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Posted by: Support Staff
Posted on: Dec 22nd, 2003, 12:57pm
>>> I have successfully created a WinHelp screen,but cannot make a HTML screen. When I try to do so, I get an error message "Cannot create file ..\myhelp_style.css". >>>
maybe you are saving to a folder that is not writeable for you (maybe you are on NT/2000/XP and you haven't permssion to write to this folder)
>>> I downloaded htmhelp.exe from Microsoft and reinstalled the HTML Help Workshop.
When I used Microsoft HTML Help Workshop to import the *.hpj file that PaperKiller had produced I got the error "The DLLS necessary to convert .rtf to html have not been installed correctly. Reinstall HTML Help WorkShop and try again"
I downloaded and reinstalled the HTML Help Workshop several times but always go the same error. >>>
The HTML Help Workshop needs a .HHP file. Not a HPJ, this is for WinHelp.
I think you are trying to save your files in to a folder that you are not allowed in, so the files needed to the MS HTML Help workshop are not created. Please check the "Path" tab and choose a proper folder.
>>> Why do I get the error message regarding .._style.css? What dlls is the HTML Help Workshop complaining about? Are these two error messages related or not? >>>