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Error: Debug Assertion Failed! File: winocc.cpp Line: 189

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Hi all,
When I press the F1 button to spawn my Help file from a Visual Basic application, I get the following error: Debug Assertion Failed! File: winocc.cpp Line: 189
Can anyone please tell me why this is happening, and how I can solve it. Thanks for any help.
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