I'm developing an MFC application that I'd like to provide context sensitive help for. Does MFC provide such a facility? I think that .chm files are deprecated in Windows vista - something called MAML is used instead.
My questions is, what is the modern, preferred way to create context sensitive help within MFC?
>>>> Since I did not originally specify that context sensitive help should be used, how can I retrofit chm help into my application?
As told the context sensitive help generated by wizard is only a menu
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