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Subject:Re: Help on RoboHELP From:"Parker, Cassandra M. (EXCH)" <CMPARKER -at- INTERMEDIA -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 28 Aug 1997 14:02:42 -0400
Please forward this information to me as you receive it because I am in
the same situation as you are in trying to teach myself with books.
>From: Kristen Lorenz[SMTP:klor -at- INTFACE -dot- COM]
>Sent: Wednesday, August 27, 1997 10:26 AM
>To: TECHWR-L -at- LISTSERV -dot- OKSTATE -dot- EDU
>Subject: Help on RoboHELP
>Hi there everyone,
>I have to teach myself RoboHelp to work on an existing on-line help
>project that was not finished. Could anybody give me an idea about how
>difficult this will be?? No one here knows the program (the person who
>did quit months ago. I work on a Windows 95 platform
>I know I've saved some past discussions on RoboHelp - so I'll check
>those and the archives for information on it. So sorry if I am repeating
>a past discussion!!
>If anybody has any advice, I'd appreciate it!!
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