- System Requirements - There are
always questions about what's required for HTML Help to work on a
given system. This page contains the majority of information
necessary to understand what to do.
- Tutorials - From Char James-Tanny's
popular Workshop tutorial to links to Don Lammers' best works on the
subject, we've got all the hard info.
- MS Access - This PDF explains all
the "gotchas" and techniques related to using HTML Help with
Microsoft Access. These techniques are also useful for other
Microsoft Office products.
- Visual Basic Class Module - This
class module contains the majority of HTML Help techniques which are
useful in Visual Basic 5 and 6.
- Visual Basic Sample - This sample
illustrates the usage of a lot of the techniques in the above class
- Visual Basic Training Cards -
Training cards have always been difficult to implement in Visual
Basic 5 and 6. This sample illustrates how to accomplish this with
- VB.NET - Coming soon ...
- MFC Sample - A small sample,
illustrating how to call HTML Help from an MFC Visual C++
- Help Object Library DLL ver. 4.0 -
This DLL is basically a port of the HTML Help class module, but with
major enhancements, including WinHelp functionality.
- IE Silent Install Tools - Silently
installing Internet Explorer to support HTML Help can be a bit
tricky. These tools can help in this endeavor.
- Popup Tester - A small VB5-based
application to help troubleshoot problems with HTML Help What's
- Tips and Tricks - Adding the MSDN menu
or Previous and Next buttons to an HTML Help window? A lot of this
information is here.
- FAQ - From a couple discussion lists,
our own compilation of frequently-asked questions.
- Papers - A collection of a few
papers on some interesting HTML Help topics.