Celebrating 20 Glorious Years of RoboHelp!

Monday, January 31 2011 @ 3:44 PM, By Ankur Jain

In 1991, RoboHelp began to earn its reputation as the leading tool in the help and policy authoring space. Now, on its 20th anniversary, Adobe celebrates “20 glorious years of RoboHelp” with exclusive RoboHelp 9 launch offers at the WritersUA conference.

Venue: Hyatt Regency Long Beach, Long Beach, California
Dates: March 13–16, 2011

To mark the January 2011 launch of Adobe RoboHelp 9 (the fourth release since Adobe took on the development of this revered software) and to celebrate 20 years of leadership in the field of help and policy content authoring and publishing, Adobe has joined hands with the prestigious WritersUA 2011 Conference to offer a host of special privileges for conference attendees.

Exclusive offers are:

  1. WritersUA Conference registration fee discount: Register before 11:59pm PST on February 11, 2011, to get a US$200 discount on the conference registration fee of US$1,295. This offer is available only if you register in time via this Adobe promotional program.
  2. Exclusive RoboHelp 9 workshop and networking event: We are extending a special invitation to the Southern California technical communication community as well as the participants of the WritersUA Software User Assistance Conference 2011, where Adobe is a major sponsor, to an exclusive “Workshop-cum-Networking Reception” being hosted by Adobe. The detailed agenda for the event is available here. The speakers include Ankur Jain, Tom Aldous, John Daigle, Rick Stone, and Peter Grainge. Register for free to attend this RoboHelp 9 event on March 13, 2011, 8:30am–1:00pm PST, at the Hyatt Regency Long Beach, California.  Seating is limited. Registration for this free Adobe event closes at 11:59pm PST on 4th March, 2011.
  3. Your chance to win Adobe Technical Communication Suite 3 software: Register for a chance to win a full, new version of Adobe Technical Communication Suite 3 which will be given away by Adobe at the WritersUA 2011 conference!

Adobe RoboHelp 9 launch eSeminar: Register to attend the free eSeminar “What’s new in Adobe RoboHelp 9” on February 3, 2011, 10:00am–11:00am PST. Learn more about Adobe RoboHelp 9. You can also watch on–demand eSeminars at your convenience.

Please join us in celebrating 20 glorious years of RoboHelp!

Ankur Jain
Product Manager, Technical Communication Suite | RoboHelp
Follow me on Twitter: @ankurjain8

COMMENTS

  • By Karla Marsh - 6:12 PM on January 31, 2011  

    If only it could do JavaHelp without jumping through fire-encircled hoops every time I get a new computer!

  • By Akshay Madan - 7:29 AM on February 1, 2011  

    Congratulations to the entire RH community.

  • By Tammy - 2:27 PM on February 2, 2011  

    Can you register for the Tech Comm Suite if you’re *not* one of the lucky people going to WritersUA?

    • By Ankur Jain - 3:24 PM on February 2, 2011  

      Yes, you can still register for the Technical Communication Suite 3 give-away.

  • By Bridget - 4:02 PM on February 10, 2011  

    I don’t know if I’m registered. I didn’t get a confirmation. What is the “Designation” box for? I put writer?

    I tried emailing via the Contact Us link but I got an error.

    • By Ankur Jain - 1:23 AM on February 14, 2011  

      Bridget, the “Designation” field has now been renamed to “Job Title”. The ‘Contact us’ should allow you to send email to TechCommCoreMarketing@adobe.com . I just tried it, and it worked for me.

    • By Ankur Jain - 1:35 PM on February 23, 2011  

      Bridget, I am pleased to confirm your registration for the RoboHelp workshop and networking event. See you on March 13th.

  • By Paula - 9:52 PM on February 22, 2011  

    I think I registered, but I’m not certain since I didn’t get a confirmation either and the above registration link doesn’t work.

    • By Ankur Jain - 1:34 PM on February 23, 2011  

      Paula, I am happy to confirm your registration for the RoboHelp workshop and networking event. See you on March 13th.

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