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You'll find some information on Office 2007 help here:
In theory, it would be possible to extract the cascading style sheets from an Office 2007 help file and use them as the basis for a RoboHelp-authored project. Tools like FAR let you extract individual files from Microsoft Help 2.0 files (which is the format employed by offline Office 2007 help).
Integrating your content into the Office 2007 help is also possible but requires you to deliver it as a Help 2.0 file, which I don't believe is possible with RoboHelp. On the other hand, you can make a CHM file with RoboHelp and then convert it to Help 2.0 format using FAR. But the fact that your content will only be seen if the user chooses to view help in offline mode — which is not the default mode — probably makes this all a bit redundant.
Ok, thanks for the swift replies guys :)
Very helpful stuff.
I'll post back here if i actualy find a full solution on how to implement this.