Hyperlink Problem

Subject: Hyperlink Problem
From: "Jonny Benjamin" <jonnyben -at- gmail -dot- com>
To: TECHWR-L <TECHWR-L -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com>
Date: Wed, 8 Aug 2007 08:09:26 +0300

Hi List,

At my new company I had to decompile a simple chm that links to a couple of
.pps files (since the original source files could not be found) . I
extracted the files using RoboHelp's HTML studio and created a new project.
All went well but for some reason a simple hyperlink to a .PPS file fails to
open in the newly compiled chm (the PPS does open though in eyeglasses
(preview) mode. If I substitute the file for an image or Word file, for
example, it works fine.

I have compared the source code in the original chm and it is identical to
the one that doesn't work, i.e.

THe PPS file in question has been added as a baggage file.

Anyone know what could be the problem?

Many thanks,

Jonny Benjamin

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