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I was told by one of the developers that I could not use RoboHELP to create
context sensitive help with our new application because it has a "web front
end." Is that true? I sent an email to RoboHELP to ask if that is true,
but I haven't heard back yet. The developer also said that I should
probably consider xslt or stylesheets instead. What is the benefit of that?
Or is it just easier for the developer?
TIA for the information.
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