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If your Microsoft HTML Help project includes a glossary and browse sequences, a special file named HHActiveX.DLL needs to be registered on end users systems to support these features.
To distribute HHActiveX.DLL:
- Open Windows Explorer and browse to your RoboHelp program files folder. By default, this is located in "C:\Program Files (x86)\Adobe\Adobe RoboHelp 2015\Redist" (for 32 bit OS) and "C:\Program Files (x86)\Adobe\Adobe RoboHelp 2015\Redist\x64" (for 64 bit OS).
- Right-click HHActiveX.DLL and select Copy.
- Browse to the location of your .CHM file and paste HHActiveX.DLL into the same folder.
- Distribute HHActiveX.DLL with your .CHM file and any other files you are distributing with your Help system.
To manually install HHActiveX.DLL:
Open CMD in administrative mode.
Then type- regsvr32 <path to HHActiveX.DLL> hhactivex.dll
Press Enter and the registration will be done.
Thank you for your quick response. I'm using RoboHelp 8, which only has a 32 bit hhactivex.dll. I successfully registered it, but I don't see the browse buttons. Perhaps I need the 64 bit version. Where (and how) can I get that?
Send me an email message to rickstone1975 (at) gmail (dot) com with the subject line of "Forum Help".
The video was very helpful.