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Yes, there are several ways to do this. If you want to create just one link,
you'd do it with a macro. The macro button is on the RoboHELP toolbar. Select
the JumpId macro, and use the dialog boxes to select the Help file, the document
within the Help file in which the topic exists, and the topic ID. If you want
to jump from the Contents, select External Jump (or something like that) on the
dialog to create a new page in the Contents. If you're using A-keywords for
your links, use a :Link statement in the .cnt file.
Thomason, Sharon wrote:
> The online help project that I am working on is comprised of several
> different help projects. I want to link topics in one of the other help
> projects to my own without recopying the files into my help project. This
> will cut down the size of my help project. Does anyone know how to do this?
> Thanks for your help,
> Sharon Thomason
> Dealer Solutions
> Technical Writer
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