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I'm hoping someone has an answer for this. I've been searching for the Mac OS X equivalent of HTML Help. I'm starting to think that OS X doesn't have the equivalent, but maybe it's buried so far in the OS that most people may not know about it. Does anyone know if OS X has anything similar to HTML Help?

asked Nov 09 '12 at 13:39

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What exactly do you want to do with HTML?? DO you want to create your own web pages in HTML on a Mac OSX system? Can you be more specific on what you are asking?

answered Nov 10 '12 at 15:42

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No, just want to see if Mac OS X has an equivalent of HTML Help. If you pull up the Run prompt in Windows and type "hh lockergnome" (without the quotes) it will pull up a blank window called HTML Help which you can use to browse the internet. It's a useful tool if your web browser isn't working. I don't think Mac OS X has such a utility, but I am hoping maybe someone knows otherwise.

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