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I created my hotspot bitmap in shed.exe, but I cannot add it to my helptopic.rtf (in Word) in help editor.

Microsoft help says "the {bmx} statement inserts a graphic into a topic..." but doesn't say how or where to insert the statement.
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Here is an excerpt from a help file that I created. It shows the page heading, includes a graphic and a hot link:

${\footnote Operation}
#{\footnote Operation}
K{\footnote Operation}
{\qr \f2 \b Operation\plain \par}
When you first start the program it will normally appear similar to:
\par\par
\{bml maildump.bmp\}
\par\par
There are four data fields and two buttons on this screen. The four
 data fields must be filled in to enable the {\ul {\f2 \b [Go!]}}{\v Go} button.
    (much omitted...)
\par
\brdrb
\par
\pard
\page


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I think I understand. Thanks
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