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There are situations where WinHelp just runs out of gas.
We are currently examining this problem as we typeset a lot of math and
equations in our documents. These go into WinHelp as graphics.
WinHelp files with a lot of graphics are prone to corruption. And, even when
the problem isn't a corrupt graphics file, it can mask real help build
problems. HTML help doesn't have the same problem.