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First I want to thank you for all the replies I've received so far. Many of you
have suggested the book:
Designing Windows 95 help: a guide to creating online documents (Mary Deaton and
Cheryl Locket Zuback, Que
Books, 1996). I checked Amazon.com and BarnesandNoble.com for this title and is
not available because the publisher is out of stock. Does anyone know where I
might get a copy?