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Hi,

I'm using VC60 under Win9x/NT/2k. How can I create help file in HTML format and start it from my application?
PS: I'm using MFC.

Thanks,
  mahno
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Forgot another useful link:
http://www.mvps.org/htmlhelpcenter/
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Thanks proskig,

Now I'm exploring these sites to evaluate Ur answer.

regargs,
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Thanks, proskig.
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