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Hi All.  

Does anyone know where I can get hold of a HTML compiler (yes, I mean compiler).  It seems Ole Microsoft are using HTML documents for help files these days.

Any info would be appreciated!

Stuart.
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Damn that was quick!!!!

Excellent!!  Im just testing it out now.

Stuart.
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