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Hello all. I am coming out of "lurk" mode to solicit some information on
Here at my organization we are anticipating the development of several
Window-based applications for our company's Intranet site that will require
a Help facility. I am part of a group of writers who will be responsible
for writing the information for whatever Help facility we choose, and we are
currently looking into WIN-HELP.
Any information specifically on
1) writing for WIN-HELP
2) the pros and cons of using WIN-HELP and
3) any additional references that would be helpful (e.g. listservs, books,
would be greatly appreciated.
SUNY Research Foundation