Re: ANN: Microsoft update (WinHelp)
IMHO, HTML Help never was finished, and has been degraded in itsI agree. From a user's perspective, HTML Help is a step backward from
functionality since the initial release.
WinHelp. HTML Help is /not/ user-friendly when compared with WinHelp.
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