Copyright 1996 PC Lube and Tune (Howard Gilbert)

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There are lots of local service stations all over the real highway system. The PCLT "vision" holds that network delivery of formatted compound and multimedia documents represents the best use of current technology to deliver training, help, support, and documentation. This vision is not limited to computer topics. Any company can use this technology to distribute its own information to employees and customers. Nor is this technology limited to the Internet, since PCLT files can be mounted on Novell or any other file server.

PCLT is ready to license the public files for corporate distribution, to provide additional material not publicly available, to assist in the development of internal network servers, and to assist companies in the production of new material for network distribution.

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