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> 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,
> January 5th.
> 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
> and Tricks.
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