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That means that if we put the file within an application and send it to the customer he will no be able to see it either?
Maybe I can create the chm file with the html files, like the old times?
thank Rick, you have been very helpful today (even if you made me cry with this ;) )
ok, I've read the document ..... somehow I'm not alone in this...
If I understood it correctly the problem is not the chm file generated by RH but the patch from Microsoft so that means that any helpfile in a form of a .chm file will not work. And the easiest solution is to copy it in the hard disk.
Am I right on this? I don't think I have another solution since I am pretty sure my customers will not allow me to change their registry....
Thank you Colum and Rick for all your help... I've talked with the programmer and I think the client installs the application locally so no problem there. And here at work I think everyone who wants to see the helpfile will have to copy it to their hard disks.
Again thanks a lot, have a good week-end!