Microsoft to launch HTML Help at Help University Summer Camp

Subject: Microsoft to launch HTML Help at Help University Summer Camp
From: "Garison, John" <JGarison -at- CENTRA -dot- COM>
Date: Sun, 18 May 1997 17:47:30 -0400

We have some VERY exciting news for you!! Run - do not walk - to your
web browser, access our home page (, and
register for Help University's Summer Camp. Then proceed to your
calendar application and block out August 7 - 9 because you won't want
to miss the biggest event of the year for online communicators:

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On August 7, 1997 at Help University's Summer Camp, Microsoft will
launch Version 1.0 of HTML Help
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In addition to the normally outstanding sessions, seminars, and
vendor-presented tips and tricks sessions. you'll be able to tell your
friends and colleagues that you were there at the launch of this
critical and important product (and participate in the fun and hoopla
that accompany a product launch).

All attendees will receive a free copy of HTML Help at Summer Camp.
You'll also be able to attend Microsoft's 3 1/2 hour hands-on tutorial
where you'll be guided through developing and running an application in
HTML Help. While attendance at the tutorial will be open to all Summer
Camp attendees, you'll get the most out of it if you have your own
laptop computer equipped with:

* Battery power for 3.5 hours
* Windows 95
* Word 7 or greater
* Microsoft Internet Explorer v3.0 or greater

Needless to say, BOOK NOW - this event will sell out very quickly. As a
long-time friend of Help University, we want to make sure that you get
advance notice so that you can reserve your seat now for this seminal

See you in San Diego!!!

John Garison
Help University

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