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<In MS's "HTML" Help and Sun's JavaHelp you can also add a link to a (hard coded) file name (e.g. called mynotes.html) the contents of which the user can edit, and it'll appear in the help without the need for recompiling.What help system are you using?>
That sounds interesting - which means i can get my .chm reviewer to directly add his comments to the file?
Can you tell me more about how i can go about adding a file to my HTML Help output (.chm), contents of which the user can edit?
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