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How to Embed CHM file into HTML web page?

I have a ASP.NET MVC Web Application (Developed in .NET Framework). I want to show windows product CHM help file in browser without decompiling it. Is there a way to directly embed files in html web page and view right into the browser without downloading it first and irrespective of the client device (Windows, Linux, Mobile) help should be visible

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Hi @PiyushMeshram-7317,

A CHM file can be thought of as a zipped (compiled) web site. The content pane of the help viewer on the right displays the content like a browser window. If you want to see the same formatting by .css as on your web site you'll have to integrate these .css files into the CHM file.

On the Internet you can find many tools to create CHM files.

This forum discuss the same and might be helpful https://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/expression/en-US/2062159b-d906-4917-830b-335e16545b1b/how-to-add-a-chm-help-file-to-my-website?forum=web



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