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Subject:Re: Learning RoboHelp From:Peg Ferraro <peg -at- CTHULHU -dot- CONTROL -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 14 May 1996 13:36:34 -0400
> Beverly White wrote
> >Does anyone have any advice on a good course for learning Robohelp in
> >Silicon Valley? I need to ramp up as quickly and cheaply as possible. I
For what it's worth. I taught myself RoboHelp by following the tutorial
Blue Sky provides with RoboHelp. It took me about two days.
I have to say their documentation is some of the best I've ever used.
Anything I've ever needed to do I've been able to find it in the manual.
Peg Ferraro, peg -at- control -dot- com
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