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AC> I'm interviewing for a job where they intend to produce some
AC> doc in Frame (which I'm comfortable with), but then have
AC> someone else
AC> do on-line Help in RoboHelp or Doc-to-Help with *Word*.
AC> This surprises me, and isn't the way I would go; am I missing
AC> something? Are those various other Help tools (which I've
AC> browsed at a
AC> workshop or two) somehow better than Frame?
No, but they are quite closely related to Winhelp.
Every Winhelp file you write must be compiled by the Winhelp compiler. This
compiler is updaed by Microsoft to every RTF version it designs for Winword.
Most of the Winhelp authoring systems are more or less macro collections for
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