RoboHELP

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RoboHELP

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A Microsoft Windows Help authoring tool from Blue Sky Software. Used with Microsoft Word to create Help files for inclusion in a Windows application or for stand alone use.
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There's a free, downloadable e-Learning calculator, a book on Adobe Presenter 9, and a book covering Adobe RoboHelp 11.
Adobe RoboHelp 6 is designed to provide all the desktop functionality that authors need to create advanced 'help' content, including table of contents, index, glossary, graphics, special effects and context-sensitive help.
New Versions of Adobe FrameMaker and Adobe RoboHelp Power XML Workflows and HTML5 Publishing to Tablets and Smartphones
Adobe FrameMaker Server 10 and Adobe RoboHelp Server 9, the server versions of the client solutions, are the other two releases that complement this launch.
Reverb differs from presently available browser capable help formats such as MadCap Flare and Adobe RoboHelp by offering support for user communities with social plugins such as Facebook, Twitter and Disqus.
Adobe RoboHelp 8 delivers essential new features that allow technical communicators to easily author XHTML-compliant professional help content.
Reverb Help differs from presently available browser capable help formats such as MadCap Flare and Adobe RoboHelp by offering support for user communities with social plugins such as Facebook, Twitter and Disqus.
Rounding the top five choices were Adobe RoboHelp and Adobe FrameMaker, each selected by 18 percent of respondents, and Author-IT and Microsoft Word, which were each listed by 14 percent of respondents.
These were key factors in my decision to replace Adobe RoboHelp with Flare," said Edward VanArsdall, founder of Edward VanArsdall Information Design and Development, a provider of technical documentation, training, and instructional design for Fortune 1000 companies.
Flare replaces the Adobe RoboHelp content authoring tool.
Flare replaces Adobe RoboHelp, an earlier generation content authoring solution that was originally developed by the creators of Flare.
MadCap's native-XML software products, which are tightly integrated and fully support Unicode for single- and double-byte languages, replace GPRO's original authoring tools: Adobe RoboHelp for English-language content and Quadralay WebWorks for Chinese-language documentation.