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hey help viewer has only 6 applications in its library. Worse, is i can not use the help from Fireworks, or any other application that does not have html help files. The 6 available are mail, osx, address book, dvd player, ipod, stuffit, airport. Any ideas of how to find/re-direct Help Viewer to the way it used to be?

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