On 6/4/2005 2:57:40 AM, Christian Ziemski wrote:
>On my W2k system the executable hh.exe
>is used for .CHM files.
>The properties for that file say:
>"Microsoft® HTML Help Executable",
>Version 5.2.3644.0 (HH 1.4)
I have also found hh.exe on my Win2k installation.
In fact, if I am within Vedit and escape into Command Mode and type,
I get the various functions in the Excel spreadsheet.
In particular, I can get the list of statistical functions in Excel.
In other words, this allows me to customize the help information in Excel. Since I am not a frequent user of that
program, I find the built in help files rather condensed. Also, similarly to Vedit, I would like to be able to study the program before using it. (Thanks to Ted for making the Vedit manual available as a seperate .pdf file. I certainly could use something similar for Excel!)
Also, I plan to use this as a model for studying the Latex documentation.