If you've only got output files, see Peter Grainge's site (grainge.org) about reverse-engineering. You've got fun times ahead of you ;>)
PS - smack that contractor the next time you see them!
Thanks for the link. I will dig into that on Monday. Prior to that, how can I tell for sure that these are the output files and not the source files? Is it obvious by the absence of any project files?
Pretty much - no .xpj file and lots of .htm files = output, not source
If you have source files, you will see a number of files beginning with the same name. The name of your project. They will all have different file extensions. Look for a file ending in a file extension of .CPD. That is definitely a source file and will not be present in output files. Same goes for .XPJ or .APJ files.
If you have output files only, you won't see these files. And you will also see some folders named whdata, whgdata and whxdata.
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