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This is OT. Please reply to me directly at <mailto:sean -at- quodata -dot- com>.
I posted a question about WebWorks Publisher training a month ago and
received four very articulate replies. Thanks to all.
I would appreciate a little more feedback, if anyone missed my first
What I am looking for is feedback from anyone who has taken a WebWorks
Publisher training class. I'd like to know with whom you took the class and
what you thought. I am an advanced beginner and am really looking to get
heavily into macros. I write primarily CHMs, but am very interested in
learning about the other formats, too (I am an old-hand at RoboHelp for
Training companies that I am interested in feedback on include Scriptorium,
Highsoft, Bright Path, and **particularly PubsNET**.