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What do I need to develop a help file in VB 5.0?
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You need hc.exe (the help compiler) and an instruction book on how to format RTF files to compile from.

Or, you could use one of the many help editors.  My favorite is HelpBuilder from GPP Software (http://www.ozemail.com.au/~gplowman/helpbldr.htm)
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