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Subject:Re: Help and Wizards From:Alexia Prendergast <alexiap -at- SEAGATESOFTWARE -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 27 Jan 1998 07:43:54 -0500
Wizards are a programming exercise -- but you can be involved to a large
degree. We are identifying the wizards that would be useful for our
users, doing basic design (UI controls, content, function), and handing
them off to development to implement. It's a very interesting exercise!
Tech Pubs Manager
Seagate Software (Durham, NC, USA) mailto:alexiap -at- seagatesoftware -dot- com
> -----Original Message-----
> Wizards (I think I already know the answer to this one!) - wanted for
> the next release and told to look into it. As far as I can see
> basically a programming exercise and not something that can be
> external to the software. All I can do really is provide a list of
> wizards that are required. Am I right wrong?
> Damien Braniff
> Technical Author
> PAC International