FWD: MS Info Viewer

Subject: FWD: MS Info Viewer
From: "Eric J. Ray" <ejray -at- RAYCOMM -dot- COM>
Date: Mon, 31 Mar 1997 13:51:17 -0700

Forwarded on request. Do not reply to me.

Hey, y'all,

I have to write documentation for a software developers kit that is
going out with one of our products. One of the engineers on this product
would like to do something similar to the product that Microsoft has for
its SDKs--a CD-ROM with on-line documentation. I think this is a great

I have looked at this documentation and it looks very much like a
specially-designed help file. It appears to be running under a product
called MS Info Viewer. I did a search on this and turned up nothing. I
even went to Microsoft's home page and couldn't find anything.

Has anyone run across this product before? If so, does anyone have any
idea if it is comparable to Adobe Acrobat Reader? Is it shareware? Could
I write for it, and if so, is it like a help file or what?

Sorry that these questions are so scattershot and imprecise. It's
Monday, after all!

Thanks for any help/suggestions.


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