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Has Microsoft decided to get rid of the older compiled HTML help format?


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Posted 24 October 2010 - 02:14 PM

Hello folks,
I'm just curious, has the compiled HTML help format reached end of life and end of support from Microsoft? I ask this due to the simple fact that I believe it an easy format for documentation, and I applaud anyone who uses it for their projects. I also want to learn how to create those one day in the event I find uses for it, (which knowing me, I probably will), but I'd like the community's opinion whether it's worth my time. I don't particularly like the new MSDN style documentation that Microsoft provides to be honest. Any opinions/corrections on this would be greatly appreciated.

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