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My knee-jerk response is that your co-worker's CHM-creating engine has
gone corrupt. This would be especially true if the same thing happens
on multiple projects. If that's the case, reinstall RoboHelp on her
This guess assumes that your RH and IE versions are the same. If she's
gotten hold of the IE 7 beta, I'd point the finger in that direction.
On 3/13/06, Keith Hansen <KRH -at- weiland-wfg -dot- com> wrote:
> Interesting RoboHelp problem ... see if anyone can shed any light on
> Scenario #1:
> * In RoboHelp, my co-worker generates a help project as a Microsoft HTML
> file. It appears to generate OK.
> * When she tries to open the compiled .CHM file, it won't open.
> * I can't open the .CHM she generated on my PC either.
> Scenario #2:
> * In RoboHelp, I take the same help project. I also generate the help
> project as a Microsoft HTML file. It appears to generate OK.
> * I can open the compiled .CHM file on my PC.
> * My co-worker can't open the .CHM file I generated on her PC.
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