• do not
have conversion tools such as Graphic Workshop:
• cannot use FrameMaker export (see §22.214.171.124 )
3. Run Mif2Go again, to produce WinHelp RTF. Provided you have made the required entries in the [GraphFiles] section (such as cdr=wmf if your original graphics were from Corel Draw) Mif2Go uses the WMF files produced by exwmf to make the final WMFs for WinHelp.
If the WMF graphics are stand-alone images, the same files are used, as is. If they are integrated with other elements in Frame vector graphics, they are re-imported and blended into the final WinHelp WMF graphics.
If you use WMF graphics this way to produce WinHelp, you must be sure the graphic file names do not conflict between input and output. One way is to specify a different number of digits for generated file names. You can set properties for WinHelp external metafile names in the [Graphics] section, as MetaNameChars (default 5) and MetaNumDigits (default 3). See §126.96.36.199 for more information.
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