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RoboHELP comes with a Help-to-Source utility that I've used before. It's
From: Sam Johnson [mailto:samj86 -at- hotmail -dot- com]
Sent: Wednesday, December 22, 1999 12:34 PM
Subject: Help Decompiler
I received a project to update an old help file. All I have is the .hlp and
cnt files, which makes me believe it is a Winhelp 4.0 creature. To get
started, I need a help decompiler. Any resources out there? The sources
mentioned in the archives are no longer extant.
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