[Glade-users] GUI project with Glade --- feasibility?

I have been using Python 2.7 for sometime now and it has become my favorite 
programming language. However, I have very little experience with using Python 
to create GUI applications for Windows. It seems that Glade might simplify this 
type of project.

More specifically I have Python 2.7.5 installed on a Windows Vista (32-bit) 
platform. I have been working on the design of a GUI project in which on the top 
menu there will be a help entry (at the right most position) with a drop down 
submenu that will contain a help item. If this is clicked on with the left mouse 
button of a mouse then an HTML file (one that contains help information for the 
user of the GUI) will be displayed. It is important that this HTML file is 
displayed in a separate form (or window) and *does not need an online 
connection* to a web browser (e.g. FireFox). This displayed, read only HTML, 
will contain local links, embedded images and videos, etc. It should be treated 
as if it were being displayed by a web browser (e.g. the user should be able to 
move to different topics, scroll, view a video, etc.), but a browser is not 

Is such a project feasible with Glade? If yes, then any useful 
pointers/suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
*Virgil* Oland Sunset
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