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IMHO, it's not worth it to move to RoboHTML for this project. I like working
with RoboHTML too, but I only use it for web applications right now. I don't
think it's value-added to use HTML Help for a desktop application (it runs
more slowly, for starters) and as you pointed out, you can't create What's
This? Help for your application unless you do use Classic.