Announcement: Time is running out on registration for RoboHELP classes in Ottawa

Subject: Announcement: Time is running out on registration for RoboHELP classes in Ottawa
From: Lin Laurie <linlaurie -at- EMAIL -dot- MSN -dot- COM>
Date: Mon, 24 May 1999 12:13:45 -0700

Please excuse cross postings.
Last chance to register for Ottawa RoboHELP classes is June 8th!!!

Come and learn RoboHelp and Documentation Project Management from Lin
Laurie, a certified RoboHELP instructor. Lin Laurie, a contributing author
to Developing Online Help for Windows 95 by Boggan, Farkas, and Welinske, is
hosting a week-long series of RoboHELP training classes at Carlton
University in Ottawa. Each hands-on class is 9am to 4pm daily, June 14th
through June 18th.

Ms. Laurie is a contributing author to the Microsoft Press book HTML in
Action and is a certified RoboHELP instructor. She teaches classes in
documentation project management, RoboHELP, and creating online help without
authoring tools at a Seattle college. She speaks yearly at the WinWriters
Conference in Seattle and has recently begun speaking nationally on subjects
related to online help.

Design Docs Class Schedule
Ottawa, Canada (Carlton University)
RoboHELP Classic Introduction June 14, 1999 (only 2 seats open)
RoboHELP Classic Intermediate June 15, 1999
RoboHELP HTML Edition June 16-17, 1999
Document Project Management June 18, 1999
One-day classes $495.00*
Two-day classes $695.00*

*US Funds, GST included on Canadian classes. We accept Visa, MasterCard, and
American Express cards!

Discounts are available for early bird and volume registrations. Classes
will fill up fast, so register soon to reserve your seat!

Check our web site for changes and
additions to our schedule. If you'd like us to come to your company or town,
send us email.

Lin Laurie
Design Docs 206.784.5821
Certified RoboHELP Trainer
The Online Publishing and Training Professionals

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