I'm trying to get context sensitive help working with MS Word User Forms... I already have a CHM help file, I can get that working from VBA, but what I want is the user to be able to press F1 and get context sensitive help.
On the user form I have set "whatsthishelp" & "whatsthisbutton" both to true. On my test button I have entered a help contextID as an integer.
When I set the focus to the button and press F1 I get a message saying:
Why can't I get Help from this program?
The Help for this program was created in Windows Help format, which depends on a feature that isn't included in this version of Windows. However, you can download a program that will allow you to view Help created in the Windows Help format.
For more information, go to the Microsoft Help and Support website.
When I visit the MS support website using the link provided
My help file is CHM, it seems that the context sensitive help is looking for a HLP file instead. It seems that I need to install a legacy tool... surely I am missing something.
In the VBA project properties I have specified a help file name. It lets me choose my CHM file.
What am I missing?
I found some information about using context sensitive help here: Help Scribble
seems that I am stuck with the .HLP format which is no longer supported by MicroSoft?!
Please tell me what I'm missing or confirm that what I am attempting is no longer possible.