RoboHelp

Subject: RoboHelp
From: Rob Miller <Miller_Robert_C -at- 90 -dot- DEERE -dot- COM>
Date: Wed, 2 Oct 1996 12:37:27 -0500

Several books you should have:

Developing Online Help (Win 3.1 version)
ISBN: 1-85032-219-8
Developing Online Help (Win95 version)
ISBN: 185032-211-2

by Scott Boggan, David Farkas, and Joe Welinske

Microsoft Windows 95 Help Authoring Kit
ISBN: 1-556152-892-0

I'm sure you'll get other titles too. I know of at least one other book
by Mary Deaton (?). Her web site is at:

http://www.kware.com

Other web sites:

http://www.winwriters.com/resource.htm
http://www.adamcharles.com
http://www.documentation.com/winhelp-l/winhelp-l.htm
(searchable archive of Winhlp-l messages)

Also, do a web search for Hypertexas and Paul Arnote. Each has a web
site.

RoboHelp documentation is pretty good too.

Subscribe to the Winhlp-l list also:

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Good luck.


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