The simplest way to implement Help in an application is to tell
the application the name and location of a Help file. The user can then get help
by pressing the F1 key.
Visual Basic lets the developer specify an HTML Help or a WinHelp file as the
project's Help file either at design time or at runtime.
For most applications, it is sufficient to identify the Help file during development
and to distribute the Help file with the application. Occasionally the application's Help file
cannot be included at development time because the name of the file is unknown, the file doesn't
exist, or because different users will have different files. In these cases, the Help file
can be specified at runtime. This section describes both ways of identifying the Help file to an
Setting Help Files at Design Time
Setting Help Files at Runtime