Faculty at my college would benefit from a tutorial on Netscape Composer to help them maintain their Web sites. This tutorial looks helpful. There is a useful selection of topics organized clearly -- Starting, Adding Text, Copying Clip Art, Creating Links, etc. Information is presented simply and with effective illustrations of appropriate dialog boxes, menus, buttons, etc. Actions are clearly described. It might be helpful to also illustrate expected results so users can confirm their actions. Unfortunately this would counteract the simplicity of the tutorial. However, it might be useful to do occasionally -- as when dealing with tables.
The selection of recommendations, e.g., "no spaces in file names", "text must be highlighted to apply settings", "save the graphic in the same location as your html page", is well-chosen. It has been my experience that these and others included by the author are worthy of emphasis. I especially appreciate the recommendation to copy a URL from the browser window when creating a link.