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To create a KLink in an HTML file to a keyword in a target file

  1. Open the HTML file you want to link from, and then position your cursor at the location where you want to create a Keyword link (KLink).
  2. Click HTML Help ActiveX Control.
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    Opens the HTML Help ActiveX Control Wizard, which enables you to insert or edit the control in an HTML file.

     

  3. In the Specify the command box, click Keyword Search, and then select the appropriate display type and button options.
  4. In the Related Topics dialog box, specify the keywords you want to jump to.

Notes

  • You must add keywords to the appropriate target files before the KLink search will work.
  • Adding a KLink to an HTML file adds an <OBJECT> tag to your file. This allows you to link to any other files that contain the keywords you specify. When a user clicks the KLink, any topics that contain the keywords you have specified will appear.
  • To use this feature, your help project must be set up to include keywords from HTML files.
  • For more information about KLinks, see the HTML Help ActiveX control reference.

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