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I need to use HtmlHelp(..) function,How can I use it,With source code pls.
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Actually its more than msdn example its need to load a pecific directory and many more.
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Look again.  It's all in there....
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If there is something specific you don't understand, please say what that is.  But the example in the MSDN article is COMPLETE.  There is nothing else needed.
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jhance did u test msdn code in your app. , try pls the compiler can not identify the function.
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Yes, the code in the URL I posted is GOOD.  I've used it many times.

Again, if you have having a problem, please BE DETAILED AND SPECIFIC.

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Look, first when I compile my pro. I have got an error siad that the function is undeclared then I search in MSDN and finaly found that I must load "HTMLHELP.ocx" library and include "htmlhelp.h" file to use this function.
I applied these steps without including "htmlhelp.h" file because I did not find it,when I compiled my pro. and run it The prog. crashes !!!!!
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Did you satisfy jhance?!!
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You've said NOTHING that can help me help you.

The MSDN article is CORRECT, if you follow those instructions and the example, it will work.

But just saying "the prog. crashes" tells me nothing except you are making a mistake.
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