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VS.Net and HTML Form Field Level Help

We are using Doc-to-Help 6.5 to produce HTML 1.x help for a Visual
Studio.Net Windows application. We want the Help files to remain on our
Intranet server. In my VS.Net project I've added a HelpProvider on each
form. I then set the Namespace to the http location of the .htm file related
to the form. When the user hits F1 voila the .htm page gets displayed in the
IE browser.

My question relates to context-sensitive help at the form field level. Is
there a way to reference the bookmarks within the .htm page (i.e.
http://...form.htm#firstfield) or does each form field need to have a
separate .htm file ? and such do I need to alter the Namespace each time
accordingly? This will place considerable burden on the Doc-to-Help team to
have to manage a file for each form field.

Any assistance in this design issue would be appreciated.


Jul 21 '05 #1
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