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With HTML Help all you need to ship are the CHM files. That is because these are compiled files that contain all the essential ingredients to see and use the help. The only exception to this rule is if you are using a glossary or browse sequences. In this instance you'll need to ensure all your users have the HHACTIVEX.DLL file installed on their PC. If they don't they won't be able to see them. You cab get the install routine for your application to install and register this file.
With regards to Webhelp, you'll need to publise all the files generated by the compile. Part of the compile process is setting up the location of the published files (e.g. Intranet, FTP). You don't have to worry about what to publish. As long as you have your location correctly defined all the files are copied there.
Do you have any idea, what files are generated during compile other than the .htms?