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Subject:Re: Help or User Manual First? From:David Young <davidy -at- WEXTECH -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 30 Apr 1997 11:35:09 -0400
>Design your approach so that it works for both, meaning that you'll have
to compromise pretty heavily. There won't be many popups, for example,
unless you want to do them separately and lose
your time benefits of straddling<
WexTech Systems has a white paper discussing single source publishing
(printed, WinHelp and HTML) authoring, which goes over issues involved and
how single source authoring is a good solution for those who need printed,
Windows Help and HTML documentation and don't want to compromise any
medium. For further information visit our web page at http://www.wextech.com.
Senior Technical Support Representative
WexTech Systems, Inc.
techsupp -at- wextech -dot- com