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> Is anybody else out there writing for Macintosh-based software? If so, is
> anyone currently using Apple guide to create on-screen help? Or, if you are
> using pre-System 7.5 systems, what are you using, and how are you using it?
We are working on a cross-platform help solution. The Mac is an
expensive solution, but we've settled on Apple Guide as the source
document. We built a utility that converts the Apple Guide help to
Microsoft help files that we can then run on both platforms. I'm still
*investigating* Microsoft help on the Mac.
... waja ...
samsara and nirvana are spelled the same in the end