Good question. I'll ask Thomas Reardon about what exactly is
meant by this.
But it fits fairly well under "Link Types, Resource Variants and Meta
Information" I'd say.
>Some of the implementation issues will be handled through the W3C (World Wide
>Web Consortium), where Microsoft is seeking approval for additional HTML tags
>such as dynamic links. These links are added to code but do not appear on a
>page until they are activated. HTML does not currently support these links,
>but Help needs them because Microsoft products are often installed piecemeal.
>"You wouldn't want every reference to Excel in a Visual Basic help file to
>show up as a link if you don't have Excel loaded," said Williams.