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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 lynda.com are available on that page. Topics covered are for […]
Starting with RoboHelp Server 9, authors can continue to leverage strengths of Lucene Search Engine and also retain control over the search results. RoboHelp provides a number of constructs like Synonyms, Stop List and External Keyword Search; using which authors can controls search results for specific words. Read more…
Tweet Users familiar with the Adobe Community Help model have seen us ‘curate’ content available outside our Help systems and make them available in search, on Help & Support pages, or from Help. In much the same way, authors using RoboHelp 9 can curate related content from outside the RoboHelp Help system or knowledgebase and […]
You can use the Find/Change feature in FrameMaker to look for many different kinds of objects across a book or in a document.