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Is there a way to make my online help reflect the dynamically =
changing label names?
Someone else suggested using context sensitive help to describe the function of each field. And that might be the easiest way to go. RoboHelp allows you to create context sensitive help, but even with that, you need to get together with your developers and discuss the names for the hooks they will use to access your help.
Either way, your best route at this point might be to get with your developers and discuss this issue because no matter how you proceed, you will need more information from them.
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