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I have VB4 standard edition- Is there a help compiler- share or free ware as this "learners' version doesnthave one. Help authoring tools are available but a compiler such as the one with the professional version  is needed.
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by:weekee
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I think the complier can be found in the hc subdirectory inside the VB directory.....look for the program HC.exe
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by:dkelly050597
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HC.exe did not come with my VB4 and this file is not available in microsoft's VB directory- at least I couldn't find it- may now be with advent of VB5. If another directory has it - which one.
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tward earned 50 total points
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I do not know of any and you are correct that HC.EXE is only installed when you choose it and ONLY in the Professional and Enterprise Editions of VB.

I would suggest either upgrading to the Professional or Enterprise Editions or do a quick search on the WEB to see if there is a shareware/freeware one available but I am only aware of the microsoft one.

It does also come with Visual C/C++ 1.52 and above.  So if you have Visual C/C++ from Microsoft you can look in the BIN directory for HCxx.EXE where xx is a version number...


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by:tward
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Here is a listing I found.  Hope this all helps!

The following is a partial listing of available help development tools, thanks to Jon Noring.  All of these, except for RoboHelp, are available as either hreeware or shareware by ftp; check ftp.cica.indiana.edu and other ftp sites.

   * Collector
   * Create_Help!
   * Dr. Help
   * Help Development Kit 9.0
   * Helper
   * HelpMacro
   * HyperDoc
   * RoboHelp
   * RTF-Magic
   * WHAT (Windows Help Authoring Tool)

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by:tward
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Should have looked before I posted the previous comment!
ftp.cica.indiana.edu has moved the windows stuff to the following ftp site:

ftp.winsite.com
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by:dkelly050597
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This answer is much more satisfactory even though it confirms what I feared. It may become available now that VB5 is out
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