Subject: HTML-Help-in-a-Hurry(tm)Seminar
From: Amrma Hakohen <hakohen -at- NETVISION -dot- NET -dot- IL>
Date: Tue, 7 Jul 1998 21:25:54 +0300

HTML-Help-in-a-Hurry(tm) Seminar

HTML Help in a Hurry(tm) Seminar
Yehud, Israel July 29-30, 1998

TDS Ltd. of Bnei Brak, Israel announces a new hands-on seminar in HTML
Help, called, HTML Help in a Hurry(tm). The course was developed by Mary
Deaton, one of the leading lights in the Help Universe and is the same
course that is taught to Microsoft employees around the world.

HTML Help is a hot technology that is clearly destined to be a major part
of any future developments in information delivery systems. Don't miss this
rare opportunity to extend your skill-set into the next decade. The number
of participants is limited to 15.


Those of you who attended any of the Help seminars that Mary presented in
Tel-Aviv earlier this year will find this seminar a natural extension that
will enable you to quickly put into practice your design ideas. If you did
not attend any of the previous Help seminars, but have at least some
understanding of WinHelp systems and HTML, this course will teach you what
need to know to create HTML Help projects.


In this hands-on training program you will learn these basic tasks:
- Use HTML Help Workshop to create a project.
- Use the HTML Help Editor to write text and add graphics.
- Create links within your Help and out to the Web.
- Customize Help for each user with information types.
- Use the HTML Contents Editor to create a table of contents.
- Use the HTML Index Editor to create an index.
- Add style sheets to control formatting.
- Use windows and framesets to create your interface.
- Add custom buttons to your Help.

For a detailed seminar syllabus go to this Web page on our site:


Amram Hakohen, an Israel-based documentation consultant, will conduct the
seminar. He has been developing online and hardcopy information products
for 14 years for firms such as IBM, Interleaf, Cieba-Geigy, Fidelity
Investments, as well numerous Israel companies such as Bay Networks, Israel.

Amram was an early adopter of hypertext technologies back in 1988 and has
been implementing online help projects since 1991. He holds a M.S. degree
in Technical communication from Rensselaser Polytechnic Institute.


July 29-30, 1998 at the I.D.F. Signal ,Electronics & Computers Corps
memorial site -- 3 Alpert St., Yehud, Israel


Price for participation in the 2-day seminar is $575.00 + V.A.T.

The seminar registration fee includes lunch and refreshments on each day
and a comprehensive courseware.


- 5% discount for STC members.
- 10% additional discount for early registrants

For more details visit our web site, or contact
Yigal Rahamim at +972-3 578-2818.
yigal -at- tds -dot- co -dot- il

HTMLHelp in a Hurry(tm) is a trademark of KNOWware

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