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What Context Help is actually looking for is the <TAB>context_number
sequence, so if you have defined context-sensitive links in your .hpj
file, all you really need to do is to make sure you've got <TAB>s
between the context_strings and the context_numbers in the [MAP]
section of your .hpj file. You can open up the .hpj file in Context
Help and scroll down to the [MAP] section or just search for the
context string or number you're interested in.
Context Help is a 16-bit application, written and tested on Windows for
Workgroups 3.11, with winhelp.exe. It also works on WinHelp 3 files
running under Windows 95. We haven't tested it on WinHelp 4.0 files yet.