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1] You have created webhelp pro when you don't have RoboHelp Server installed on the server.
2] Your source has some output files in it. The topic concerned being the one that gives the memory error. This result is what you get when you view in RoboHelp an output file that has been imported into the source. I don't know whether it gives the same error in the output again.
Or are you viewing the help locally instead of from a server? What version of IE.
Hi Peter, thank heavens you are here.
1. I am not creating WebHelp pro.
2. I thought this might be the problem, but then why is the brand new 'clean' project also causing this?
3. I am viewing locally.
thanks -- I am desperate.
oops - version of IE is 6.X
and I am viewing locally on my own PC here at home.
If you have RH6, is Mark of the Web ticked?
If earlier version, in IE have you gone to Advanced Settings and allowed Active X to Run.
Are you working on a network?