Re: ForeHelp for Win3.1 and HTMLhelp

Subject: Re: ForeHelp for Win3.1 and HTMLhelp
From: Paul Branchaud <paul -at- VEDGE -dot- COM>
Date: Thu, 6 Mar 1997 13:29:08 -0500

On Thu, 6 Mar 1997, Susan W. Gallagher wrote:

> Go to http://www.shareware.com
>
> search for smartdoc

You can also go directly to http://www.smartcode.com/iss for the complete
library of products from Insight Software Solutions.

> This utility will print entire help files or extract plain text
> from help files.

One caveat about the shareware version: it does not handle large help
files very well and (most annoyingly) it inserts reminders to register
the product for full functionality. We purchased a copy of SmartDoc and
it was $27 US (shipping to Montreal included). It's a very useful tool if
you need to extract the contents of a "foreign" help file.

Paul
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