Can you tell us what method you used for printing the Glossary?
When you do this, did you try changing the dialog as shown below?
About the glossary content issue - normally, a glossary is not used for the same objects as context-sensitive help (fields, controls, windows, etc.). Glossaries mostly contain concept terms, technical words the user may not be familiar with, and especially words which are shortened references to something else (acronyms, abbreviations, and shortened product names).
However, glossary and context-sensitive help (CSH) topics aren't mutually exclusive.
Imagine a checkbook program. There might be a CSH topic for the Debit/Credit column that tells the user what to enter in the column. The glossary might have entries for "Debit" and "Credit" that define those terms, but not a "Debit/Credit column" entry.
And, of course, in the Debit/Credit column CSH topic, you could have glossary hotspots on the words "debit" and "credit" so the user can see the glossary definitions.
In the end, it's your editorial decision. ("Will you use this power for good...or EVIL? BWAHAHAAA!!!!)
Thank you so much!