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> Sanjay Srikonda wrote:
> | The only thing I DO NOT agree with here is Michelle's assumption that any
> | CHM CAN be used in place of a HLP. CHMs DO NOT provide context-sensitive
> | help.
> | HLP files do.
> This is not true. CHM files can certainly be used for context-sensitive
> Help. The context-sensitive Help in RoboHTML lives in a CHM file, for
> HTH ..