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Subject:Re: Netscape's HTML Help (NetHelp) beta From:Ken Jones <KJONES -at- ALPHABLOX -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 7 Jan 1997 16:17:54 -0600
Speaking of HTMLHelp vs NetHelp, has anybody seen a point-by-point
comparison of the two? I've researched both systems a bit, and I've seen
some articles with brief, textual comparisons, but I have yet to see a
competitive summary of their features, advantages, and disadvantages.
(And believe me, I've exhausted many of the web search sites looking for
one.) If anybody knows of such a summary, I'd appreciate a pointer to it
because I'm preparing a recommendation for my company's approach to
HTML-based product information.
Ken Jones, Information Developer
AlphaBlox Corporation Inc., www.alphablox.com----------