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To view the help files, you can download and install WinHlp32.exe from the Microsoft Download Center. The downloads support 32-bit and 64-bit editions.

For more information, see the Microsoft article at http://support.microsoft.com/kb/917607.

Enabling Macros

After you install the Windows Help support, you will be able to view the application help; however, some functionality will be missing because WinHelp macros are no longer enabled by default.

Although you can view the help without enabling these macros, you may encounter the following error message:

“There was a problem running the macro. (1037)”

Note: Both Reflection and EXTRA! help files use macros to provide a double-pane window display. This display is not available unless you enable macros.

To enable full macro support on a single computer, you can either download a file from Microsoft or edit the registry:

Download and run “Microsoft Fix it: 50105”

  1. Open the Microsoft article, http://support.microsoft.com/kb/917607.
  2. Expand the section titled On This Page.
  3. Review the information under the heading “How to enable macros ….”
  4. Follow the instructions provided in this section of the article to download and run “Microsoft Fix it: 50105.”

Edit the registry

Or, you can configure your system to support macros by manually editing the Windows registry. This procedure is outlined below, and is also described in the Microsoft article.

Note: Use extreme caution when editing the Windows registry.

  1. Create the following new subkey.

On 32-bit Windows:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMicrosoftWinHelp

On 64-bit Windows:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREWOW6432nodeMicrosoftWinHelp
  1. In the new subkey, add a DWORD value named AllowProgrammaticMacros.
  2. Set the value for AllowProgrammaticMacros to 1.

Note: Alternatively, this functionality can be enabled by creating and importing a .reg file.

For more information, see the Microsoft article at http://support.microsoft.com/kb/917607.

Alternative Solutions

Starting with Extra! X-treme and InfoConnect 9.6, the Help files are shipped in HTML format and can be viewed in an internet browser. Upgrade to version 9.6 or higher of these products to access the new Help format.

If WinHlp32.exe is not available for your platform, consider the following alternatives:

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To view the help files, you can download and install WinHlp32.exe from the Microsoft Download Center. The downloads support 32-bit and 64-bit editions.

For more information, see the Microsoft article at http://support.microsoft.com/kb/917607.

Enabling Macros

After you install the Windows Help support, you will be able to view the application help; however, some functionality will be missing because WinHelp macros are no longer enabled by default.

Although you can view the help without enabling these macros, you may encounter the following error message:

“There was a problem running the macro. (1037)”

Note: Both Reflection and EXTRA! help files use macros to provide a double-pane window display. This display is not available unless you enable macros.

To enable full macro support on a single computer, you can either download a file from Microsoft or edit the registry:

Download and run “Microsoft Fix it: 50105”

  1. Open the Microsoft article, http://support.microsoft.com/kb/917607.
  2. Expand the section titled On This Page.
  3. Review the information under the heading “How to enable macros ….”
  4. Follow the instructions provided in this section of the article to download and run “Microsoft Fix it: 50105.”

Edit the registry

Or, you can configure your system to support macros by manually editing the Windows registry. This procedure is outlined below, and is also described in the Microsoft article.

Note: Use extreme caution when editing the Windows registry.

  1. Create the following new subkey.

On 32-bit Windows:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMicrosoftWinHelp

On 64-bit Windows:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREWOW6432nodeMicrosoftWinHelp
  1. In the new subkey, add a DWORD value named AllowProgrammaticMacros.
  2. Set the value for AllowProgrammaticMacros to 1.

Note: Alternatively, this functionality can be enabled by creating and importing a .reg file.

For more information, see the Microsoft article at http://support.microsoft.com/kb/917607.

Alternative Solutions

Starting with Extra! X-treme and InfoConnect 9.6, the Help files are shipped in HTML format and can be viewed in an internet browser. Upgrade to version 9.6 or higher of these products to access the new Help format.

If WinHlp32.exe is not available for your platform, consider the following alternatives:

Related:

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To view the help files, you can download and install WinHlp32.exe from the Microsoft Download Center. The downloads support 32-bit and 64-bit editions.

For more information, see the Microsoft article at http://support.microsoft.com/kb/917607.

Enabling Macros

After you install the Windows Help support, you will be able to view the application help; however, some functionality will be missing because WinHelp macros are no longer enabled by default.

Although you can view the help without enabling these macros, you may encounter the following error message:

“There was a problem running the macro. (1037)”

Note: Both Reflection and EXTRA! help files use macros to provide a double-pane window display. This display is not available unless you enable macros.

To enable full macro support on a single computer, you can either download a file from Microsoft or edit the registry:

Download and run “Microsoft Fix it: 50105”

  1. Open the Microsoft article, http://support.microsoft.com/kb/917607.
  2. Expand the section titled On This Page.
  3. Review the information under the heading “How to enable macros ….”
  4. Follow the instructions provided in this section of the article to download and run “Microsoft Fix it: 50105.”

Edit the registry

Or, you can configure your system to support macros by manually editing the Windows registry. This procedure is outlined below, and is also described in the Microsoft article.

Note: Use extreme caution when editing the Windows registry.

  1. Create the following new subkey.

On 32-bit Windows:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMicrosoftWinHelp

On 64-bit Windows:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREWOW6432nodeMicrosoftWinHelp
  1. In the new subkey, add a DWORD value named AllowProgrammaticMacros.
  2. Set the value for AllowProgrammaticMacros to 1.

Note: Alternatively, this functionality can be enabled by creating and importing a .reg file.

For more information, see the Microsoft article at http://support.microsoft.com/kb/917607.

Alternative Solutions

Starting with Extra! X-treme and InfoConnect 9.6, the Help files are shipped in HTML format and can be viewed in an internet browser. Upgrade to version 9.6 or higher of these products to access the new Help format.

If WinHlp32.exe is not available for your platform, consider the following alternatives:

Related:

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To view the help files, you can download and install WinHlp32.exe from the Microsoft Download Center. The downloads support 32-bit and 64-bit editions.

For more information, see the Microsoft article at http://support.microsoft.com/kb/917607.

Enabling Macros

After you install the Windows Help support, you will be able to view the application help; however, some functionality will be missing because WinHelp macros are no longer enabled by default.

Although you can view the help without enabling these macros, you may encounter the following error message:

“There was a problem running the macro. (1037)”

Note: Both Reflection and EXTRA! help files use macros to provide a double-pane window display. This display is not available unless you enable macros.

To enable full macro support on a single computer, you can either download a file from Microsoft or edit the registry:

Download and run “Microsoft Fix it: 50105”

  1. Open the Microsoft article, http://support.microsoft.com/kb/917607.
  2. Expand the section titled On This Page.
  3. Review the information under the heading “How to enable macros ….”
  4. Follow the instructions provided in this section of the article to download and run “Microsoft Fix it: 50105.”

Edit the registry

Or, you can configure your system to support macros by manually editing the Windows registry. This procedure is outlined below, and is also described in the Microsoft article.

Note: Use extreme caution when editing the Windows registry.

  1. Create the following new subkey.

On 32-bit Windows:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMicrosoftWinHelp

On 64-bit Windows:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREWOW6432nodeMicrosoftWinHelp
  1. In the new subkey, add a DWORD value named AllowProgrammaticMacros.
  2. Set the value for AllowProgrammaticMacros to 1.

Note: Alternatively, this functionality can be enabled by creating and importing a .reg file.

For more information, see the Microsoft article at http://support.microsoft.com/kb/917607.

Alternative Solutions

Starting with Extra! X-treme and InfoConnect 9.6, the Help files are shipped in HTML format and can be viewed in an internet browser. Upgrade to version 9.6 or higher of these products to access the new Help format.

If WinHlp32.exe is not available for your platform, consider the following alternatives:

Related:

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To view the help files, you can download and install WinHlp32.exe from the Microsoft Download Center. The downloads support 32-bit and 64-bit editions.

For more information, see the Microsoft article at http://support.microsoft.com/kb/917607.

Enabling Macros

After you install the Windows Help support, you will be able to view the application help; however, some functionality will be missing because WinHelp macros are no longer enabled by default.

Although you can view the help without enabling these macros, you may encounter the following error message:

“There was a problem running the macro. (1037)”

Note: Both Reflection and EXTRA! help files use macros to provide a double-pane window display. This display is not available unless you enable macros.

To enable full macro support on a single computer, you can either download a file from Microsoft or edit the registry:

Download and run “Microsoft Fix it: 50105”

  1. Open the Microsoft article, http://support.microsoft.com/kb/917607.
  2. Expand the section titled On This Page.
  3. Review the information under the heading “How to enable macros ….”
  4. Follow the instructions provided in this section of the article to download and run “Microsoft Fix it: 50105.”

Edit the registry

Or, you can configure your system to support macros by manually editing the Windows registry. This procedure is outlined below, and is also described in the Microsoft article.

Note: Use extreme caution when editing the Windows registry.

  1. Create the following new subkey.

On 32-bit Windows:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMicrosoftWinHelp

On 64-bit Windows:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREWOW6432nodeMicrosoftWinHelp
  1. In the new subkey, add a DWORD value named AllowProgrammaticMacros.
  2. Set the value for AllowProgrammaticMacros to 1.

Note: Alternatively, this functionality can be enabled by creating and importing a .reg file.

For more information, see the Microsoft article at http://support.microsoft.com/kb/917607.

Alternative Solutions

Starting with Extra! X-treme and InfoConnect 9.6, the Help files are shipped in HTML format and can be viewed in an internet browser. Upgrade to version 9.6 or higher of these products to access the new Help format.

If WinHlp32.exe is not available for your platform, consider the following alternatives:

Related:

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To view the help files, you can download and install WinHlp32.exe from the Microsoft Download Center. The downloads support 32-bit and 64-bit editions.

For more information, see the Microsoft article at http://support.microsoft.com/kb/917607.

Enabling Macros

After you install the Windows Help support, you will be able to view the application help; however, some functionality will be missing because WinHelp macros are no longer enabled by default.

Although you can view the help without enabling these macros, you may encounter the following error message:

“There was a problem running the macro. (1037)”

Note: Both Reflection and EXTRA! help files use macros to provide a double-pane window display. This display is not available unless you enable macros.

To enable full macro support on a single computer, you can either download a file from Microsoft or edit the registry:

Download and run “Microsoft Fix it: 50105”

  1. Open the Microsoft article, http://support.microsoft.com/kb/917607.
  2. Expand the section titled On This Page.
  3. Review the information under the heading “How to enable macros ….”
  4. Follow the instructions provided in this section of the article to download and run “Microsoft Fix it: 50105.”

Edit the registry

Or, you can configure your system to support macros by manually editing the Windows registry. This procedure is outlined below, and is also described in the Microsoft article.

Note: Use extreme caution when editing the Windows registry.

  1. Create the following new subkey.

On 32-bit Windows:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMicrosoftWinHelp

On 64-bit Windows:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREWOW6432nodeMicrosoftWinHelp
  1. In the new subkey, add a DWORD value named AllowProgrammaticMacros.
  2. Set the value for AllowProgrammaticMacros to 1.

Note: Alternatively, this functionality can be enabled by creating and importing a .reg file.

For more information, see the Microsoft article at http://support.microsoft.com/kb/917607.

Alternative Solutions

Starting with Extra! X-treme and InfoConnect 9.6, the Help files are shipped in HTML format and can be viewed in an internet browser. Upgrade to version 9.6 or higher of these products to access the new Help format.

If WinHlp32.exe is not available for your platform, consider the following alternatives:

Related:

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To view the help files, you can download and install WinHlp32.exe from the Microsoft Download Center. The downloads support 32-bit and 64-bit editions.

For more information, see the Microsoft article at http://support.microsoft.com/kb/917607.

Enabling Macros

After you install the Windows Help support, you will be able to view the application help; however, some functionality will be missing because WinHelp macros are no longer enabled by default.

Although you can view the help without enabling these macros, you may encounter the following error message:

“There was a problem running the macro. (1037)”

Note: Both Reflection and EXTRA! help files use macros to provide a double-pane window display. This display is not available unless you enable macros.

To enable full macro support on a single computer, you can either download a file from Microsoft or edit the registry:

Download and run “Microsoft Fix it: 50105”

  1. Open the Microsoft article, http://support.microsoft.com/kb/917607.
  2. Expand the section titled On This Page.
  3. Review the information under the heading “How to enable macros ….”
  4. Follow the instructions provided in this section of the article to download and run “Microsoft Fix it: 50105.”

Edit the registry

Or, you can configure your system to support macros by manually editing the Windows registry. This procedure is outlined below, and is also described in the Microsoft article.

Note: Use extreme caution when editing the Windows registry.

  1. Create the following new subkey.

On 32-bit Windows:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMicrosoftWinHelp

On 64-bit Windows:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREWOW6432nodeMicrosoftWinHelp
  1. In the new subkey, add a DWORD value named AllowProgrammaticMacros.
  2. Set the value for AllowProgrammaticMacros to 1.

Note: Alternatively, this functionality can be enabled by creating and importing a .reg file.

For more information, see the Microsoft article at http://support.microsoft.com/kb/917607.

Alternative Solutions

Starting with Extra! X-treme and InfoConnect 9.6, the Help files are shipped in HTML format and can be viewed in an internet browser. Upgrade to version 9.6 or higher of these products to access the new Help format.

If WinHlp32.exe is not available for your platform, consider the following alternatives:

Related:

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To view the help files, you can download and install WinHlp32.exe from the Microsoft Download Center. The downloads support 32-bit and 64-bit editions.

For more information, see the Microsoft article at http://support.microsoft.com/kb/917607.

Enabling Macros

After you install the Windows Help support, you will be able to view the application help; however, some functionality will be missing because WinHelp macros are no longer enabled by default.

Although you can view the help without enabling these macros, you may encounter the following error message:

“There was a problem running the macro. (1037)”

Note: Both Reflection and EXTRA! help files use macros to provide a double-pane window display. This display is not available unless you enable macros.

To enable full macro support on a single computer, you can either download a file from Microsoft or edit the registry:

Download and run “Microsoft Fix it: 50105”

  1. Open the Microsoft article, http://support.microsoft.com/kb/917607.
  2. Expand the section titled On This Page.
  3. Review the information under the heading “How to enable macros ….”
  4. Follow the instructions provided in this section of the article to download and run “Microsoft Fix it: 50105.”

Edit the registry

Or, you can configure your system to support macros by manually editing the Windows registry. This procedure is outlined below, and is also described in the Microsoft article.

Note: Use extreme caution when editing the Windows registry.

  1. Create the following new subkey.

On 32-bit Windows:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMicrosoftWinHelp

On 64-bit Windows:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREWOW6432nodeMicrosoftWinHelp
  1. In the new subkey, add a DWORD value named AllowProgrammaticMacros.
  2. Set the value for AllowProgrammaticMacros to 1.

Note: Alternatively, this functionality can be enabled by creating and importing a .reg file.

For more information, see the Microsoft article at http://support.microsoft.com/kb/917607.

Alternative Solutions

Starting with Extra! X-treme and InfoConnect 9.6, the Help files are shipped in HTML format and can be viewed in an internet browser. Upgrade to version 9.6 or higher of these products to access the new Help format.

If WinHlp32.exe is not available for your platform, consider the following alternatives:

Related:

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