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Subject:MS help for Mac From:Paul Carr <sorcha -at- BBS -dot- MACNEXUS -dot- ORG> Date:Wed, 15 Oct 1997 19:22:37 -0800
Walker, Arlen Arlen -dot- P -dot- Walker -at- JCI -dot- COM wrote:
>Be mystified no longer. MS ships a help application for the Mac as well. As
>for shipping it with the mac application, it would probably be a good idea.
>(A better idea would have been to write it in Apple Guide, as it's a far
>better help system and you can be sure every mac user with a recent OS will
>have it.) You see, there are a lot of Mac users who don't have any MS
>applications on their system (my home system, for example) so wouldn't >
>have the help application.
Maybe I am missing something. What is the help application for the Mac
(I have a 7600 which I love)?
Also, is there any call for technical writers who know how to write for
Technical Writer and (weekend) Medical Records Abstractor
sorcha -at- bbs -dot- macnexus -dot- org
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