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Subject:Re: doc to help theory From:Martyn Thirlway <thirlwaym -at- USOFT -dot- NL> Date:Thu, 30 May 1996 09:33:00 PDT
>...I read on a CompuServe forum
>that a help file taking 5 minutes to compile with RoboHelp will take 8
>with Doc-to_Help. No thanks.
Don't believe everything you read, Virginia <smile>: compile time has
nothing to do with the creation tools - only the number and sizes of the
files, the platform, the compiler itself, and so on... For example, on
Windows 3.x, all D2H does is call the HCP.EXE via a PIF file.
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