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Help calling Help Files in Delphi 2.

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I have successfully created a help file but how do I call it from within Delphi 2? I added it to "Project/Options/Application/Help File" but I'm not sure what to do next. I tried using the WinHelp function but didn't get very far. I don't want to do anything complex,
just call the help file from within an application I'm writing and display it. I need all the code, i.e. if there needs to be something added to the uses clause, what command to use and the parameters to supply. Thanks in advance.

Scotslad.
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erajoj earned 200 total points
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Just do something like this:

Application.HelpCommand(HELP_CONTENTS, 0);
(Search the help for "WINHELP" for more info.)
  or
Application.HelpContext(ContextNo);
  or
Application.HelpJump('TApplication'); // or something...

/// John

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by:scotslad
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I managed to find out about HelpJump but since you confirmed
it I'll give max points.
Cheers,

Scotslad.

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