Alternates to HTML Help?

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Howard Schwartz

Most advice on HTML help say you can not view .chm files without
internet explorer version 4 or later, and related files on your
computer.

Those of us that do not want IE on their computers do not like
this, since many freeware programs use chm files for help.

I do have a couple of decompiles that will break chm files into
perhaps 50 html files, cumbersome to use, and perhaps an index.hh
file that is useless.

Any programs that will convert html help files to other formats
so we can read help without IE? Alternately, I truely believe
there is some combination of dll and other files that will allow
browsers like firefox to read html help. I did it by accident
once, with netscape. Anyone know what files will accomplish this?
 
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