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Subject:Need suggestions for resources From:Linda Laurie <LinLaurie -at- CLASSIC -dot- MSN -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 31 Dec 1997 02:29:23 UT
We're updating our web site and I'm looking for good resources to list on my
site. If you have any suggestions, please send them to me, and I'll check them
out and add them if I find the sites useful. The only criteria for suggested
sites is that they must contain information that would be helpful to WinHelp
or HTML help authors.
So far I've already listed the following:
Paul Arnote's WinHelp World
John Carroll's site
WinHelp Home Page
All suggestions are welcome, but I'd appreciate receiving them by Monday,
Have a happy New Year everyone, and see those of you attending at WinHelp 98.
Linlaurie -at- msn -dot- com
WinPro Online Press in Seattle is offering new classes beginning in February
1998. Classes are for Using RoboHelp, Introductory and Advanced Word 95,
Powerful Presentations with PowerPoint, HTML Help, and Advanced WinHelp Tips