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Sergiy Radyakin has compiled into this summary and added his comments
to the ideas and opinions expressed in the statalist discussion ?TeX
template for PDF help files? by the following contributors: Kit Baum,
Nick Cox, Roy Wada, Phil Schumm, Richard Williams, Mark Schaffer,
Martin Weiss, David Airey and others who devoted their Sunday time to
this discussion.

Thank you very much!

On Sun, Nov 22, 2009 at 2:48 PM, Roy Wada <roywada@gmail.com> wrote:
> If you are placing this into the smcl help file, then it would be
> something like this.
>
> {stata phelp `"Stata Help File Template.pdf"'}
>
> And so we now have a Word template (TeX template is yet to be
> provided), a way to open it frm inside Stata, and a way from inside
> help file and we are good to go. A question is what is the minimum
> amount of scml help file that is acceptable to ssc.
>
> Granted it works indirectly for non-Window system, unless someone can
> tell me how to do the same for Mac, Linux, Unix, etc.
>
> Roy
>
>
>
>> prog def phelp
>> args one
>> qui findfile `"`one'"'
>> cap shellout using `"`r(fn)'"'
>> di `"{browse `"`r(fn)'"'}"'
>> end
>>
>> phelp `"Stata Help File Template.pdf"'
>>
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