Danny Goodman's Apple Guide Starter Kit

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Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, Jan 1, 1995 - Computers - 295 pages
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This pack features a software program, Guide Starter, which presents a non-technical front-end that automates the process of developing Apple Guide halp systems. The accompanying book explains how to use the software to write and compile onscreen help systems. It also provides advice on how to design good tutorials, from planning and creation, through testing, revising and indexing.

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Contents

What You Need to Create Guide Databases
10
Other Files in the Starter Kit Folder
34
Ten Tips for Good Guides
40
Copyright

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About the author (1995)

Danny Goodman is a freelance writer, Macintosh industry watcher, and author of more than twenty books, including the Complete HyperCard Handbook, now in its fourth edition, and the Complete AppleScript Handbook. Visit his Web site at http://www.dannyg.com/.

Jeremy Joan Hewes has spent the past eight years with Apple's Instructional Products group, and has worked with the Apple Guide team from its inception. She is the author or coauthor of six books, including Writing in the Computer Age.

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