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Subject:Re: Help Breeze From:Suzette Seveny <sseveny -at- PETVALU -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 23 Jun 1998 16:03:24 -0400
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I have used Helpbreeze quite a bit. I can try to answer any questions you have. You can contact me direct, if you like.
On Tuesday, June 23, 1998 3:49 PM, John David Hickey [SMTP:jdavid -at- FARABI -dot- COM] wrote:
> Does anybody here have a good to expert knowledge of HelpBreeze 2.0? I've
> just started using it to update an online help system and I'm running into
> some problems. I was wondering if anyone with some HelpBreeze experience
> would be willing to field some questions from me. Y'know, be my mentor and
> stuff <humbling myself, on my knees, begging>.
> BTW, is the WinHelp listserv on the regular usenet feed? I ask this because
> I don't want to take the chance of getting spammed if I participate on a
> regular listserver on the Internet. I like the privacy that this listserv
> Be seeing you,
> John David Hickey -- Technical Writer -- jdavid -at- farabi -dot- com
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