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According to the eHelp RoboHelp Office 2000 Basic/Intermediate HTML Help
Training Manual (currently open on my desk as I design a style sheet), In
Chapter 30, Context-Sensitive Help, both What's This, and Window level
context-sensitive help can be created in RoboHTML.
I haven't as yet done this in my own work environment, but we are currently
planning a project that will use this functionality.
Assumption is the mother of all foul-ups.