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Context sensitive help...
« on: Apr 13th, 2004, 6:24am »
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>I created a help file for an application I just terminated.  
>My problem is : I want a context sensitive help (F1 key) for all the
>screens. For that, my Windows development software need to affect a
>HELPCODE ID to each screen in order to point to an index in my HLP file and
>display the contect help.
>
>How can I create and have these ID numbers with Visual Vision PaperKiller?
>
 
These ID numbers are automatically generated.
E.g. "1" is the ID for page # 1 and so on...
 
Just open the .HHP file (generated when you export to HTML Help) to see them
 
 
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