Archive for category RoboHelp

Creating unique content

Tweet Since long, authors have faced the dilemma of whether to focus on extensive keyword research or create killer content that benefits users. Keyword research helps identify the most relevant user queries about your subject. However, to create unique content you must focus on user needs and think up ways to present relevant content in […]

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New videos in RoboHelp Help

Tweet Many users, especially new users trying to get up-to-speed with RoboHelp, find it easy to learn by watching videos. Those users now have a reason to cheer. We now have a RoboHelp channel on Adobe TV. Currently, 12 videos created by David Rivers for are available on that page. Topics covered are for […]

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New Title Bar option in RoboHelp 9 helps in single-sourcing

Tweet In RoboHelp 9, the WebHelp and FlashHelp SSLs got a new general setting called Title Bar. Predictably, the setting lets you specify the title you want to display in the title bar. What is not so predictable is the power of this small setting (unless, of course, you’re a real-life RoboHelp user generating multiple […]

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How do I control the order of topics in a PDF for review in RoboHelp

If you’re planning to create PDFs for review using RoboHelp 9, here’s a quick tip that will help you control the order of topics in the PDF.

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New RoboHelp articles and resources in Adobe Developer Center

Tweet We are working with a host of in-house and external RoboHelp subject matter experts to spruce up the RoboHelp content in Adobe Developer Center.  Post-RoboHelp_9_release, we have published a brand new RoboHelp resources page and the following new articles: Creating ebooks using RoboHelp 9 Integrating RoboHelp projects with Subversion A guide to the Adobe […]

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24 Key RoboHelp Terms

Tweet My colleague, Nandini Gupta, and I have contributed an article explaining 24 key RoboHelp terms to Indus, the newsletter of the India chapter of the Society for Technical Communication (STC). If you’re a new or intermediate-level user of RoboHelp, you’ll surely find it useful. The article also includes links to useful RoboHelp community content. […]

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Use of RoboHelp Server by Technical Publications Departments

Tweet By Makarand Pandit. As businesses are witnessing the Web 2.0 revolution, technical information distribution is going through a change in paradigm. Not long ago it was sufficient to publish information and let the end users consume it. With the increase in cloud computing, availability of social networks, and blogs; users are capable of creating […]


Adobe TCS 3.5: Input/Output files supported by FrameMaker 10, RoboHelp 9

Tweet Adobe Technical Communication Suite 3.5 (TCS3.5) is the industry-leading single-source authoring toolkit. With TCS3.5, you have the flexibility to link or import a wide variety of document and graphics formats into your authoring tool—FrameMaker or RoboHelp—and output to multiple channels: on the web, for print, and to mobile devices. In addition to textual and […]



What’s new in RoboHelp Server 9

Tweet RoboHelp Server 9 rolls out a host of much-requested new features. The first change that you’ll notice is the fresh, aesthetically-appealing user interface. There’s plenty more. Reporting enhancements Several reporting improvements that will help you better optimize the value of your Help content: Functionality to filter reports by area New, intuitive names for the […]


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RoboHelp – Captivate integration in TCS

Tweet Unlike her colleagues, Diana brings out great-looking help systems which are interactive, textual, graphical, and animating. When others always miss the boat, Diana communicates simple, retainable and usable content. A peek into her friends’ work confirmed that while everyone knew the power of multimedia, only Diana took full advantage of the tools in her […]

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