I stand to be corrected on this. Perhaps Pete Lees will pop in to confirm or deny.
I don't believe Font Sets are even necessary for .CHM files. As they are Windows only, I'm not sure Microsoft saw any need to provide for using them.
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Hi, Colum, Rick,
Not much to add, really. In HTML Help, you can reportedly define:
- A single font to use in all the navigation panes of the Help window (specified in the OPTIONS section of the .hhp file).
- A single font to use in the Contents pane only (specified at the start of the .hhc file).
- A single font to use in the Index pane only (specified at the start of the .hhk file).
Any font specification in the .hhc file overrides one in the .hhp file. Specifying a font in the .hhk file doesn't appear to work at all.
If you don't specify a font in any of these places, MS Sans Serif is used by default.