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If you can put your hands on a Microsoft Developer CD from the
early- to mid-90s, you'll find a utility called Autoduck in the
unsupported tools section. This utility still works and generates
RTF for either docs or winhelp files. If you download the RTF
site from the MS web site, you can customize Autoduck to generate
an RTF doc with all of your styles applied (well, as long as you
don't mind working with a lot of backslashes and curly braces).