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| Understanding the different components of Help authoring -
| WinHelp 2000 can
| create tri-pane Help that's not HTML Help. However, the WinHelp
| page is linked
| to RoboHelp, and there's little difference between them, it seems. The
| info -at- winhelp -dot- com, which is on the winhelp page, bounces.
| It looks like only RoboHelp can use the tri-pane feature - but
| then what is
| WinHelp 2000, exactly? There's no new Help compiler on microsoft's site.
WinHelp is Microsoft technology. WinHelp 2000 is an extended version of
WinHelp from eHelp Corporation. YOu can find more info (and samples) on our
Tips & Resources page at http://www.knopf.com/resources.htm.