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Subject:MAC Help Drivers From:Thomas Barker <DITTB -at- TTACS -dot- TTU -dot- EDU> Date:Tue, 10 Jan 1995 22:06:13 -0600
D. Philipp Binggeli asked:
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?
I'm working on some online projects on the Mac, and would like to
know more about the "Apple guide." Where do you get one? We're