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Subject:Re: no HAT books? From:Jane Bergen <janeber -at- CYBERRAMP -dot- NET> Date:Mon, 30 Mar 1998 22:03:40 -0600
Lots more people use Word (or believe it or not, even Acrobat) than use
RoboHelp or Doc-to-Help. The bottom line is profit and until a large enough
market exists, we won't see any changes.
Jane Bergen, Technical Writer
janeber -at- cyberramp -dot- net
On Monday, March 30, 1998 5:56 PM, A Watkins [SMTP:awatkins -at- pobox -dot- com] wrote:
> I'm curious about something (too much free time) and
> wondering who has an idea about it to share. It seems that
> we have third-party books about all our tools (Frame,
> Acrobat, Word, HTML, etc.) except the HATs (WinHelp excluded