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We also develop with Visual Studio 6. You can override the WinHelp calls and redirect to HtmlHelp. Our app was originally developed using WinHelp. We made the change to HTMLHelp several years back and my developer claims it only took one line of code, though he's never told me what that line is. If nobody enters into this forum, I'll ask him tomorrow. I'm on Paciifc time so it will be quite a few hours from now.
Thanks. I have also found sample code to override the WinHelp call. However, I think it requires Microsoft's HTML Help 1.4 SDK (.lib & .h files). I checked Microsoft's MSDN site and it too has sample code and mentions the SDK. However, the download link is for v1.3 of the SDK even though it says v1.4, so it is no surprise that the code samples fail to compile due to some undefined functions and structures in v1.3.
I'm sorry for being a bit late with this but here is the code he used.