Yeah, what I meant, was just to be able to create your own file with help. So, it could be embedded in the system, and you can always access it. So, in Windows, you have a special tool, that you can for example create your own Help Project, and generate later *.chm file. And inside, you can have for example all required information about your product for customer support located in asia, so they can just take one file, put to windows, and have help in Windows about product they are working on. I was thinking, that maybe similar thing could be possible under Linux, so you just share one file (or project folder) with other people, they open it, and they have same layout as in Ubuntu Dekstop Guide, but all information inside are about their product. If I knew how Ubuntu Desktop Guide works, maybe is accessing particular files and just displays them, I could create my own files/pages?