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Subject:RoboHELP problem From:"Radhika.R" <radhika -at- DIGIT -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 26 Aug 1997 10:21:59 IST
Our documentation group recently switched from Microsoft Help Project Editor
to RoboHELP 4.0. But now we have a problem. When we try to run the help
files using winhelp, the help files compiled using RoboHELP
don't run and display the error message "This is not a Windows Help File".
Help files compiled using Help Project Editor can be run using winhelp.
Due to this problem, the developers are not ready to accept the help files
compiled using RoboHELP. We may have to switch back to Help Project Editor.
Also the Help files compiled using RoboHELP CAN be executed by double
clicking on the Help files and also from the associated program.