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William Warner wrote:
> I started using RoboHELP with no programming background, virtually no
> training or programmer support... It is very intuitive and easy to
> learn. With a technical writing background, you will master RoboHELP
> very quickly, especially if you have RoboHELP 4. This tool uses MS
> Word as its base and adds very useful tools.
I have to agree. I started using RoboHelp with no programming background
and a very small amount of help knowledge.
After an inital learning curve (which was very minimal), I found that
the part of the day that I got to use RoboHelp became the part of the
day that I looked forward to. It's a terrific tool.
Joanne Grey Senior Technical Writer
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