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Look at the html of one of the topics. Does it show both stylesheets instead of just the new one?
No. As I said in the original posting, only the new style sheet is shown in the imported HTML topics. And the new style sheet is definitely the one being applied to them. In fact, a multi-file search finds no reference to the old style sheet in any of the HTML files -- as it should be.
An additional note: When I open the Properties dialog of the new style sheet (the one actually being used for all topics) in the Project Manager and look at the list under the Used In tab, it doesn't list the imported topics. They're still shown listed in the old style sheet. So this agrees with the report, and both disagree with the HTML code and the style sheet actually being applied.
Generate a CHM output even if it is not one you normally use. Just use the default settings. That updates the HHP file.
Delete the CPD and XPJ files and then open the project using the HHP file to see if that corrects the database, which may be the cause of this problem. Do that with a copy of the project and see if it corrects the problem.
If it does, then read the topic on my site about opening projects to see the things that need to be checked.
Post back and we'll take it from there.
That did the trick -- thanks! I did have to set my primary layout back to HTML help from the default WebHelp, but once I did, the settings reappeared. Also, the two printing layouts returned when I named them. I had to look at the Project Manager in the backup to see what they were named, since I hadn't named them the same as the output files. Thanks again. I look forward to the day that RoboHelp either doesn't corrupt files, or at least detects that they're corrupted and fixes them without user involvement.