Umm, I need to ask a really silly question here. If you click
the TOC composer tab, are there entries inside? If so, deleting all
the entries should cause the TOC not to be included when you
Now if you have entries you want to keep, but still delete
the TOC, you can simply sneak behind RoboHelp HTML's back and
rename the ProjectName.HHC file. Then it shouldn't be found and
won't be included.
While Rick and I try and pick your brains. Another thought,
are you per chance trying to call the help file from the
application but would prefer the help to initially appear without
the TOC/Index/Search? If so:
1. Go to the windows folder.
2. Right click on the primary window and select Properties
from the shortcut menu.
3. This should open up the Windows Properties HTML HTML Help
4. Under tri-pane Options, check Hide Nav Pane on Startup.
Now when the help opens up, the Contents/Index and Search
will be hidden.