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I asked the same question about the same interface used in their TechNet
It is a proprietary interface but I was told the same thing can be built
visual basic. As I remember, MS told me that there were some sample
in the visual basic developer's kit that are similar and can be changed
match the interface you are talking about.
I never had the time (or perhaps the required knowledge) to explore it
I would be interested to know if anyone has developed this and if it
rogers_r -at- wiztec-usa -dot- com
>From: Allyn Baum [SMTP:a_baum -at- POSITRON -dot- QC -dot- CA]
>Sent: Friday, August 22, 1997 11:31 AM
>To: TECHWR-L -at- LISTSERV -dot- OKSTATE -dot- EDU
>Subject: Visual C++/Visual Basic electronic books
>Does anyone know what the interface is that Microsoft uses to display =
>their electronic books in their Visual Basic and Visual C++ interface. =
>Is the interface proprietary to Microsoft or can the tool be purchased =
>to develop the same? In my opinion, it seems as though the information =
>is in HTML, thought I am not certain. I am curious to know how the table =
>of contents displays in a pane to the left while the body of information =
>displays in the right. Any ideas would be appreciated.
>a_baum -at- positron -dot- qc -dot- ca