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Subject:2 spaces available in class From:Nancy Hickman <nhickman -at- GVI -dot- NET> Date:Wed, 8 Apr 1998 12:42:06 -0500
Because of schedule changes, I have two open spaces in the Help seminar
that I'm offering in the Dallas area next week. If you are interested,
enroll as soon as possible. Thanks,
Mission Training presents a Help development seminar
"Conversations with an Application: Implementing and Managing Help
An advanced-level seminar for project managers, Help developers, and
Presenter: Nancy Hickman, author of Building Windows 95 Help, M&T
Date: April 17, 1998
9:00 to 5:00
Location: Arlington, TX
Enabling a Help system and an application to talk and work together is
often a challenge during any development effort. In this seminar, we'll
talk about evaluating technical requirements for various Help projects,
including WinHelp 4 and HTML Help. We'll also discuss how new web-based
Help system technologies can affect your current and future projects.
The information you'll gain from this seminar will make your development
cycles more managable and predictable.
Scoping project requirements
Analyzing the requirements for context sensitive Help
Efficient Help system planning for the entire project team
Adding Help support in an application
Creating builds and installations
Understanding the impact of HTML Help and Netscape's NetHelp
Mixing different versions of Windows and web Help systems
This seminar provides interactive lab exercises. Computers
and will be provided.
For more information or to register call 913-491-9671 or email the
instructor at nhickman -at- gvi -dot- net -dot- Hotel arrangements may be made through
the Arlington Hilton at 817-640-3322.
About the speaker
Nancy Hickman is the author of Building Windows 95 Help published by M&T
books. She has contributed articles on current technical issues to such
publications as ComputerWorld, Software and Design, ActiveX and Java
Advisor, and Web Techniques. Since 1986, she has designed and developed
various sorts of user assistance for applications in the Windows, OS/2,
Macintosh, and Motif environments. She has worked for industry leaders
such as American Airlines, IBM, and Informix, and she has been
privileged to work with the most creative people in the community.