Upcoming Technical Communication Seminars

Subject: Upcoming Technical Communication Seminars
From: Paula R Berger <pberger -at- WORLD -dot- STD -dot- COM>
Date: Fri, 17 May 1996 17:56:21 -0400

SOLUTIONS is offering these upcoming technical communication seminars.
For more information or a listing and schedule of all our seminars,
call 800-448-4230 (US only) or 617-942-1610, send email to
solutions -at- sol-sems -dot- com, or check http://www.sol-sems.com.

Effective Technical Writing
New York City, May 29-30, $625

Indexing Technical Documents
New York City, May 31, $345

Planning and Implementing SGML
Boston, June 3-4, $745

Technical Publishing with SGML (Hands-on)
Boston, June 5-7, $1495

Using RoboHelp to Develop Windows 95 Help (Hands-on)
Santa Clara, June 10-11, $695
Boston, July 15-16, $695
Chicago, July 24-25, $695

Designing Windows Help
Santa Clara, June 12, $345
Chicago, July 19, $345

Creating Multimedia WinHelp (Hands-on)
Santa Clara, June 13-14, $795

Essentials of Editing
Toronto, June 17, $345

Editing for Impact
Toronto, June 18, $345

Using Doc-To-Help to Create Manuals and Online Documents (Hands-on)
Chicago, June 20-21, $695

Using RoboHelp to Develop Windows 3.1 Help (Hands-on)
Boston, June 20-21, $695
Chicago, July 22-23, $695

Managing Online Documentation Projects
Chicago, June 24-25, $695

Creating Web Pages: Using HTML to Design and Structure Information (Hands-on)
Denver, June 24-26, $1195

Migrating from Print to Web Publishing (Hands-on)
Denver, June 27-28, $725

Using ForeHelp to Develop Windows Help (Hands-on)
Chicago, July 17-18, $695

Human Factors in Information Design
Chicago, August 1-2, $625

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