[NH] Re: htmlib 4.0
- Hi Ray,
Might be i am missing something...but ctrl+F11 did not work for me. I get to it
from the win95 start menu or from a desktop shortcut.!
Does ctrl+F11 open the HTMLIB for you......?
Please let me know....
Raymond Fitzgerald <raymond.fitzgerald@...> on 12/15/99 10:41:38 AM
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Subject: [NH] Re: htmlib 4.0
>Thanks Bill and Ray.......that HTMLIB is really useful.....I always felt ithard
>to remember the syntax and the books kept getting out-dated with new tagscoming
>along. I never knew something this user-friendly HTMLIB existed. (I am newto
>HTML game.)And you get to it with Ctrl+F11, right? That's the part I like best!
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>From the help file:
> Might be i am missing something...but ctrl+F11 did not work for me.
NoteTab makes the popular "The HTML Reference Library" (by Stephen Le
Hunte) available from the Help menu. If you have HTMLib version 3.0 or
older, you can install the package in the same directory as NoteTab.
Another method that works with all versions is to create a shortcut* to
the HTMLib.exe file in the NoteTab directory.
* to create the shortcut:
1. open Explorer and select the HTMLib file;
2. press Ctrl+C to copy it to the Clipboard;
3. select the NoteTab directory and choose the command "paste Shortcut"
from the Edit menu.
The menu command will be displayed in NoteTab after you restart it.
(in the help menu)
- Hi Sanjay,
>Might be i am missing something...but ctrl+F11 did not work for me. I getto it
>from the win95 start menu or from a desktop shortcut.!Yes, it does, and you're gonna love doing it that way! Sorry, I wasn't
>Does ctrl+F11 open the HTMLIB for you......?
thinking that one usually needs to take one extra step after installing
HTMLib, as covered real well by Ernie. Let us know if you're not rockin'
- That's really cool. It will be a very useful feature, that I didn't see
documented before, though I used the HTML Libary often.
> NoteTab makes the popular "The HTML Reference Library" (by Stephen LePierre Johnson
> Hunte) available from the Help menu.
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