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Apologies will post in RoboHelp HTML specific forum.
I am a pretty new user also, but I have created browse sequences that work.
When I read your posting, I was trying to think about what might have gone wrong. From what you said, it sounds like you have successfully created the sequences...you just don't see them. Next time you generate the Help, look at the Additional Options...There is a checkbox in there. You have to check it to let RoboHelp know that you want to publish the Browse Sequences.
On a related note, The Forward and Back buttons in your browser work with RoboHelp, so maybe you don't need browse sequences at all?
Best of Luck,
The OP was wanting the actual Browse Sequence arrows in WebHelp to behave identically to the Browser buttons. The only way to do this is to hack the output files. Actually there is more conversation about it at this link.