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Subject:Have any of you heard of... From:Jeanie Fogwell <JFOGWELL -at- CJDS -dot- COM> Date:Fri, 4 Dec 1998 14:06:06 -0700
A product called Help Workshop (or maybe Wordshop) 4.0?
I rec'd info that the writers of the help for the tool chosen for my
assigned product used Word 97 as an RTF editor and Help Workshop 4.03.0002
(or Wordshop, they missed a letter somewhere) for ....(unknown).
Anyway I'm trying to find out about this software (if it exists) and
haven't had much luck. I've searched the software retail sites to no avail
plus a general web search w/ the same results.