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So to open a topic called "example_1" in a window called
"window_1" you would use the following:
Yes, this is the reverse of how you would normally specify a jump
>Does anyone know if it is possible to include a target window in
>JumpID Winhelp macro? I'd like to use the help authorable
>need the topic to launch in a secondary window. A standard
>jump lets you designate a target window, but it looks like the
>doesn't. I'm authoring in Robohelp 5.x. Thanks in advance for
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