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On Tue, 7 Mar 2006 09:18:40 -0500, "Bill Swallow"
<techcommdood -at- gmail -dot- com> said:
> Can you provide the list with more information, such as the
> application(s) you are using to create the WinHelp and whay youhave
> available to you?
> The gist is that you can uset he same map file but will need to
> migrate content from RTF-based to HTML-based format, reapply topic
> aliases, and compile with the map file into CHM.
> On 3/7/06, Laura Chris <tw_asks_u -at- postinbox -dot- com> wrote:
> > I have a help system. This is a *.hlp file which is context sensitive.
> > For the current release, to maintain consistency with other components
> > of my product, I have to convert this to a *.chm. I want to retain the
> > context sensitive property of the help files.
> > Can anyone give me tips, pointers, and best practices while converting?
> > Will the map ids be automatically assigned or should I manually assign
> > map ids to individual topics?
> Bill Swallow
> HATT List Owner
> WWP-Users List Owner
> I support Char James-Tanny for STC Secretary.
tw_asks_u -at- postinbox -dot- com
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