After introducing the Eclipse help system, this chapter illustrated how to create and integrate your own online help. It showed how to make your help available from within the Eclipse Help window as well as by using the context-sensitive F1 key. The chapter also illustrated how to guide your user through complex tasks using cheat sheets.
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Eclipse Help: Platform Plug-in Developer Guide > Programmer's Guide > Plugging in help