Re: summary WinHelp versus HTML help: which to use

Subject: Re: summary WinHelp versus HTML help: which to use
From: Eric Ray <ejr -at- RAYCOMM -dot- COM>
Date: Mon, 10 May 1999 13:25:44 -0600

At 03:09 PM 5/10/99 -0400, Brierley, Sean wrote:
>3. Microsoft's HTMLhelp is the best choice because the deliverable is one
>file, a CHM file, that is usually smaller than the WinHelp HLP file.
>Non-Microsoft HTML-based help comprises many, many separate topic HTML pages
>and separate graphics.

Just to clarify, JavaHelp also allows delivery of a single
compressed file (.jar). I realize that this isn't the deciding
factory for you, but the summary as stated above is a
little misleading.

Eric


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