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Kristen Lorenz asked:
> I have one more question. It's about RoboHELP seminars - I am aware of
> Solutions seminar offered on "Using RoboHELP" and Influent's seminar in
> Orlando...are there any other good seminars on RoboHELP out there I
> should know about? I may be able to attend one so I want to collect as
> much info as possible!
I've been very happy with Help University courses. They're on the web,
nut I don't have the URL handy. I'd also recommend the WinHelp
conference in Seattle next Feb 8-11.
Kim Cramer mailto:kcramer -at- ncslink -dot- com
Sr. Information Developer
NCS Education, Mesa AZ