help on help

Subject: help on help
From: Candace Bamber <kingfish!bamberc -at- SX -dot- COM>
Date: Thu, 30 Jan 1997 15:13:00 -0500

Techwhirlers....


HELP!!! (and boyoboy do I mean HELP!!)

Does anyone know anything about "Help Project Editor"? We have verision
1.00.0014, and copyright to Microsoft, 1991.

We have this old, evil help document that we have to update and the person
who set it up, not available, of course, didn't document her methodology and
there is no manual for the package.

We've searched the net and stuff and looked at Microsoft's home page, and we
can't find anything out about this. I'm wondering if it might be Winhelp,
or related to Winhelp in some way?

I was having such a good day....

I'm hoping one of you amazingly knowledgeable types might be able to point
us in the right direction - for which we will be eternally grateful.

Thanks!!

Candace

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Systems Xcellence
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Milton Ontario

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