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You are right but you need to have the HHACTIVEX.DLL file installed and registered on both your and your user's PC.
I should have added that your Developers should be able to do the installation and registration as part of their install routine.
Thanks, Colum. I'm going to search for that DLL. Will be interesting to see if Adobe requires payment . . .
It's not an Adobe file. It is part of Windows and is freely distributable.
Hopefully Colum will please pardon my observation.
HHActiveX.DLL isn't part of Windows. It is a redistributable file unique to RoboHelp HTML. It is owned and distributed by Adobe. It contains the programming that makes Browse Sequences and the Glossary Tab function inside compiled .CHM files. The intent is for the help author to redistribute the file and no payment to Adobe is required as a result.
I had just assumed I did not have HHActiveX.DLL but it's all over the place: for example, Adobe RoboHelp 7\RoboHTML.
Plus someone I am working with was able to do a browse sequence and I was able to view it when she sent it to me.
I think I'm missing something in the steps. I'll write up a tutorial.
I'm sorry. I just discovered Registering_HHActiveX.DLL.htm