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How to open a chm help file prepared with "HTML Help Workshop"

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Dear reader,

In the form property "Help File" there is the possibility to specify a .chm
help file.

This help file can be created with "HTML Help Workshop".

According the instructions the stored help file in the same folder as the
program it self will by popup by pressing the function button F1 in the open
form.

Also I have incorporated the VBA code as mentioned under Microsoft Knowledge
Base Q271390.

And also an AutoKeys macro is made to start the VBA function HelpEntry() by
pressing the button F1.

But despite all of this the help window will remain closed.

Is there any one who knows how to work with chm help files.

Thanks for any help.

Kind regards,

Simon van Beek



Nov 26 '05 #1
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See whether what David Liske has at
http://www.mvps.org/htmlhelpcenter/h.../hhaccess.html helps you.

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Doug Steele, Microsoft Access MVP
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Dear reader,

In the form property "Help File" there is the possibility to specify a
.chm
help file.

This help file can be created with "HTML Help Workshop".

According the instructions the stored help file in the same folder as the
program it self will by popup by pressing the function button F1 in the
open
form.

Also I have incorporated the VBA code as mentioned under Microsoft
Knowledge
Base Q271390.

And also an AutoKeys macro is made to start the VBA function HelpEntry()
by
pressing the button F1.

But despite all of this the help window will remain closed.

Is there any one who knows how to work with chm help files.

Thanks for any help.

Kind regards,

Simon van Beek


Nov 26 '05 #2

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