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Subject:Re: Creating CBT's From:JIMCHEVAL -at- AOL -dot- COM Date:Mon, 26 May 1997 19:10:20 -0400
In a message dated 97-05-26 12:52:32 EDT, towse -at- null -dot- net (Towse) writes:
> I was wondering if anyone has created any CBT's for software and if
> so, what authoring toold you used?<
To squash the "huh?"s
CBT = Computer-Based Training
Sure, no problem. >>
Squash one set of 'huh's' and call a thousand others forth...
'no problem'? As in you've done this? As in...?
I'd second the origial question - Who's done this, with what?
I believe the company for whom I may be writing some does the actual
programming in Visual Basic.
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