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CHM compiler settings

 
In this section, you can configure additional CHM compiler options.
 
 
CHM compiler settings
1

Compatibility drop-down list

1. Compatibility drop-down list
Use this drop-down list to select the compatibility level for the generated CHM files. Possible values are:
  • 1.0;
  • 1.1 or later (default).
2

Support enhanced decompilation

2. Support enhanced decompilation
Select this check box if you want the generated CHM file to support enhanced decompilation.
3

FTS stop list file name

3. FTS stop list file name
The field displays the name of the full text search stop list file name.
 
A stop list decreases the size of full-text search index, which results in a smaller compiled help (.CHM) file because fewer words are indexed. It is important if you have large documentation set. All words in the stop list are omitted from the search. These are usually commonly occurring words or numbers, such as "the", "and", or "1" that the user is unlikely to search for.
 
Click this button to browse for the full text search stop list file.
4

Microsoft HTML Help Workshop

4. Microsoft HTML Help Workshop
Use this field to specify the path where the Microsoft HTML Help Workshop is installed on your computer.
5

OK button

5. OK buttonClick this button to save your changes and close the window.
6

Cancel button

6. Cancel buttonClick this button to discard the changes and close the window.
7

Help button

7. Help buttonClick the button to open the help window.
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