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HTML Help (HH.EXE) command line parameters

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Can anyone provide me with an index/tip sheet explaining what command line parameters can be passed to the HH.EXE HTML Help system stub other than the name of the .CHM file?

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See http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/en-us/htmlhelp/html/vsconSwitch.asp ("HTML Help 1.4 SDK - Using Command Line Switches"), they're listed there.
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Thanks, but unfortunately Microsoft's own KB article is incomplete.  It doesn't even mention the following command line trick:

hh.exe helpfile.chm::/pagename.htm

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