toolbook


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toolbook

(tool)
A Microsoft Windows utility to make easy-to-use applications with a graphical user interface. E.g. a guided tour of some software.
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ToolBook

A courseware development and e-learning authoring system for Windows from SumTotal Systems, Inc., Mountain View, CA (www.sumtotalsystems.com) that uses a "page and book" metaphor analogous to Apple's HyperCard "card and stack." Its OpenScript language is also similar to HyperTalk. ToolBook was originally a product from e-learning pioneer Click2Learn, Inc., which merged in 2004 with Docent, Inc. to become SumTotal Systems.
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