No worries! Alec and Julie got me good on the Next Release List
when I asked about F9. ;) Oh, for general knowledge, sometimes
people have problems with help files because they use the feature
in Advanced to use a location for the support files. Depending on
installation and uninstallation it can cause problems if NoteTab
is looking somewhere that does not have the files.
>I thought I had the latest version installed but when I check the
>date it is 8/9/02. I have 4.91 but I think it is the first beta.
>Got caught sleeping, must have been too busy to install the
>latest at the time. I am doing it now.
>> The date on my .chm help file is Feb/02. So where can I get
>> the latest help file? Shouldn't it have been installed when I
>> updated to 4.91?
>Yes, it should have been installed with v4.91. Make sure you are
>running the copy of NoteTab that you think you are. ;) Right
>click over your shortcut and choose Properties. Check the path
>out with your installation. (You can also search for NotePro.exe
>and/or NoteTab.exe on all your drives.) Check your NoteTab Help
>| About box as well. You can also reinstall over your "current"
>version for the fun of it.
>>> Check the file date on your Clipcode.chm file. It should be
>>> 8/26/02. Same date should be on the program itself, and other
>>> files. If this is not the version in your program directory,
>>> that might explain it. If you double-click that file, you will
>>> see the topic page called Menu and Toolbars and the index entry
>>> for ^!Menu.