TRAINING: RoboHELP Classic, HTML Edition, WebHelp / San Francisco

Subject: TRAINING: RoboHELP Classic, HTML Edition, WebHelp / San Francisco
From: David Knopf <david -at- KNOPF -dot- COM>
Date: Thu, 25 Mar 1999 14:36:29 -0800

Knopf Online offers monthly training classes in San Francisco and
Chicago on RoboHELP Classic, RoboHELP HTML Edition, RoboHELP Office,
WebHelp, and designing help and online information systems. See below or
visit our Web site for our schedule of classes.

Knopf Online is a leading provider of vendor-certified training and
consulting services. We offer monthly classes in state-of-the-art,
dedicated training facilities conveniently located in downtown San
Francisco and Chicago. In our hands-on training classes, you'll learn
how to:

* Design leading edge help and online information systems
* Develop help and online information systems with RoboHELP
Classic or HTML Edition
* Deliver help and online information systems to your users as
WinHelp, HTML Help, or WebHelp

Our next scheduled classes are:

ONLINE HELP DESIGN WORKSHOP, One day, Workshop, $425
San Francisco: Apr. 27, Jun. 8

San Francisco: Apr. 28-30, Jun. 9-11
Chicago: Apr. 14-16, May 26-28

San Francisco: Apr. 21-23, Jun. 9-11
Chicago: Apr. 28-30, Jun. 9-11

Whether you're new to online help or an experienced help author, one of
our hands-on seminars can help you boost your skills to a new level. An
expert RoboHELP Certified Trainer leads all of our RoboHELP classes. We
provide a computer for each attendee and plenty of hands-on experience
to help you master the many techniques you will learn.

For more information, including complete course descriptions and course
outlines, please visit us on the Web at or e-mail
us at mailto:info -at- knopf -dot- com -dot-

Please feel free to contact me directly with any questions.


David Knopf
Knopf Online
Tel: 415-820-2356
E-mail: mailto:david -at- knopf -dot- com

RoboHELP Certified Trainer & Consultant

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