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refering to portion of other html page

refering to portion of other html page

refering to portion of other html page

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Hi,

I am trying to create HTML Help document using htm file created by converting word document. I like the idea of categorising different portions of the application documentation under folder and pages underneath. But I want use the same htm file I have created by converting word document. Right now I am able to create chm file by creating individual htm files for each portion of the word document and adding them to the help project.

What I want to do is to create folder and associated pages in the help project. For each page or folder I would like to extract or display, upon user clicking a content item, the portion of the single htm, relevant to the selected content item, that I create by converting word document.  

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