On 31 Oct 2000, at 12:54, Michel Pelletier wrote:
> That was a joke. Sorry.
Uh, oh. Well, my thought was as follows: people are already
annoucing making PDF versions, which are a much greater
potential harm to to the number of sales of a printed book.With a
good pdf file, I can get to my local prinshop and get a perfect
bounded book back within half an hour.
On the other hand, a MS HTML help file is of little use other than
having a compact, searchable file which fits well into a
development environment on Windows. Frankly, I can't see how
these could do any harm to selling your book. To the contrary; I
tend to beleive that having a properly indexed and tightly
integrated online format might even might help selling the book.
For example; I have HTML help versions _and_ printed copies of
the - outdated - Zope docs, and one of each from the actual
howto-collection, and I'm using them both.
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