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Your message would suggest you are simply attempting to edit individual HTML topic pages without first having a RoboHelp HTML project open.
See if you can locate a file ending in .MPJ or .XPJ (or even .HHP) and open that. This will open the project and you should then be able to open and edit individual topics in the project.
Thanks. But, I definitely have the project opened. I click on one topic from either the TOC or the Topic List (I have tried both) and then the scenario that I described happens.
I have tried opening the .xpj file by clicking on it its folder and I have also tried opening RoboHelp and then opening the project through RoboHelp.
Hmmm, it sure would seem the project is open, eh?
Perhaps try reinstalling RoboHelp? Sounds like something got clobbered somewhere along the way. Also, from what you have reported you were formerly working on a network resource? If so, ouch - not good - always better to work locally! From what you have described it would almost seem that your RoboHelp project has somehow managed to be created using absolute references for the topics. That would seem odd because RoboHelp normally creates relative things. However, we have seen all sorts of weirdness when you work off a network. That's just one of the reasons we advise against it.
I uninstalled and reinstalled and that solved the problem. Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!