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Hmmm. Did I post my big problem to this list or just to the Winhelp list.
I think we have successfully used WinHelp 4.0 and Win32s, version 1.3 or
later, for our help. I'm still waiting for a customer to call and say it
bombed, because this method hasn't been tested thoroughly and because
Microsoft doesn't support this use.
We decided to do this because we couldn't get Win 3.1 help to work with
Win32s version 1.30x under Windows 3.1. The toolbar buttons wouldn't work!
Anyways, if anyone has been able to run 3.1 help with Win32s 1.30x, I'd
loved to talk to you. (Perhaps our engineers needed to adjust their call(s)
On some day, at some time, Sue Gallagher (I believe) wrote:
>> >Theoretically, Win 3.1 will run WinHelp 4.0 if your user installs
>> >the set of Win32s DLLs. I haven't tried it, so don't know if the
>> >process has been <perfected> yet. ;-)
Gretchen L. Toth
The Iconovex Corporation
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