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I've used MFC wizard to create a application without Context-Sensitive help. After building the application, now I want to put Context-Sensitive help into it. How can I do? What things in my project have to be changed?
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The best way to determine that is to use the wizard to regenerate the application with the same options you used the first time (you can see the readme.txt in your directory to see what options were set). Then you generate a second one with the same exact options, except this time choose context-sensitive help. Now you have two projects where the only difference between them is the context-sensitive help. You can compare them to find out what the differences are and apply them to your existing project.
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