This section enables you to add or overwrite sections of the HHP project file used to generate your HTML Help output. (See HTML Help project files for details). Normally you will never need to use this feature but there may be situations where you want or need to make changes to your HTML Help output by making changes or additions to the HHP file.
Please only use these feature if you understand HHP files and how to edit them. You can find information on the settings in the documentation distributed with Microsoft HTML Help Workshop.
To add entries to the HHP file enter the section heading name in upper case and enclosed in square brackets, followed by the settings you want to add or change, entering one setting per line with a hard line break (ENTER) at the end of each line. Don't enter any section heading more than once.
Note that merging files into your CHM file is much easier with the Baggage Files section in the Project Explorer. See Using Baggage Files for details.
You can set the file name for the plain-text popups file stored inside the CHM file here. By default it is called CSHelp.txt.
This file name is only relevant if you are accessing these popups from your application to use them as field-level popups that are displayed in your application without the main help interface. See Creating context-sensitive topics and About field-level popups for details.
Below the Extended HHP Settings editing window are some additional options with which you can adjust the appearance and behavior of the TOC in the Microsoft HTML Help viewer:
Display plus/minus icons:
Draw lines between items:
Track selection (mouseover effect):
Only expand a single heading:
This setting is only relevant if the current project is a child project in your modular help system. It controls what happens when the user tries to open the child .chm module directly.
Its own table of contents
Table of contents of the master file
HTML Help (Help Formats)
HTML Help Options (Help Windows)