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Likely you need the 64 bit version of the HHActiveX.dll. I believe this is only available in RoboHelp HTML version 9.
If you have version 9 I received this from a Question I asked of Adobe:
...you can get the 64 bit version of HHActiveX.dll in RoboHelp 9.0. It is kept at "<RoboHelp 9.0 install folder>\Redist\x64\HHActiveX.dll"
If RoboHelp 9.0 is installed on your machine, this activeX control is already registered. Otherwise you need to register this DLL.
To register HHActiveX.dll,
1> Run Command prompt(cmd.exe) as administrator
2> Type "regsvr32 <HHActiveX.dll full path>" and press Enter.
3> This should show that the registration is done successfully.
Now working with 64 bit version of HH.exe should also show Glossary and Browse Sequences.
You might download version 9 and test.
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Thanks Rick, your answer makes a lot of sense, but I haven't tried it out yet because I am not really in a position to be downloading a new version of Robohelp (company policy of installing trials...etc etc). However, would there be somewhere that this version of the DLL could be reliably downloaded? Or is this, perhaps, a little Adobe trick to get me to upgrade ?
Just wanted to let you know that I got an answer from Adobe support and it was the same as yours, just a bit slower.