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Incorporate HTML Help into Access

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I was successfully able to compile and incorporate an HTML Help file
into my Access database. However, the only way that I was able to do
this was by repeating the name of the HTML Help file (dbHelp.chm) in
each form's properties and assigning it a different context ID. The
context IDs are contained in a "header" file that was also compiled
into the final Help file. There is a way to add a HTML Help file for
the entire project within the modules window, but it also wants the
name of a Help Project ID. Which ID is this? Additionally, you can't
map context IDs to a specific location on a web page (the A tag). It
causes errors when you try to compile them, For example,
IDH_HELP_INTRODUCTION = MyHelp.html#Introduction cannot be used as an
alias in the HtmlHelpAPI dialog.
Nov 12 '05 #1
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