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How to create "help" for Windows-95 in Microsoft Developer Studio Ver4.0,Visual C++, ver4.0

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I need information how to create "help" for Windows-95
in Microsoft Developer Studio Ver4.0,Visual C++, ver4.0
and  Fortran Power Station V4.0.
 I have a big system with modules in C, C++ and Fortran
but no help. I need to create help files and use Windows-95
help system.
 I will happy to have any information about books, manuals,
web-sites where I can read description of proces of creating these
help files.
Victor Zinenberg ( jonbuck@rcf.usc.edu)
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VC comes with a help compiler, HCRTF.EXE, it's in your BIN directory. You write the help file in any file editor capable of saving files into RTF format, and compile using hcrtf. There are also a few samples with VC on help files. There are also special tools for help files editing, but nothing freeware as far as I know. Just search at www.shareware.com for 'Help Editoring', you'll get a few dozens of tools
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