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November 18, 2014


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Steve Arrants

We created CBTs at Microsoft for both early Windows and DOS products. We used home-grown tools. TED (Tutorial EDitor) was the tool for DOS programs. That was followed by DOT (Daughter Of TED) for Windows. This was in the mid-1980s--there wasn't much else available then. Both included crude screen-recording and simulation tools so we could show what was supposed to happen. Now I'm using Camtasia, Articulate Studio, Captivate together with some other things to create training and other aids.

Stephanie Gering

Thanks for the post, Kevin.

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