Installing, configuring, and publishing on RoboHelp Server 9

Adobe RoboHelp Server is a server-based Help solution that provides real-time end-user feedback on your Help and knowledgebase. RoboHelp Server gathers and logs data about what questions users ask while searching content and how users navigate through topics. Results are displayed in an easy-to-view graphical format for quick interpretation. Your Help system resides on a […]

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Installing, configuring, and using RoboSource Control in a multiuser environment

Can multiple users work on a help project simultaneously? There is no easy answer unless you have the right tool. What is Adobe RoboSource Control? Adobe RoboSource Control is a Software Version Control (SVC) application. SVC applications allow multiple users to work on a project simultaneously. Why should I use Adobe RoboSource Control? If you […]

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Key Trends in Software User Assistance

Hello User Assistance (UA) professionals, We are pleased to announce the release of the second part of the whitepaper series “Key Trends in Software User Assistance” and the corresponding webinar recording that discusses the current and future trends associated with software user assistance. Joe Welinske of WritersUA (who needs no further introduction) has authored this insightful […]

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Adobe RoboHelp 10 is here!!

It gives me great pleasure to introduce the all new Adobe RoboHelp 10. This release offers dramatic new workflows that make it easier than ever to create, import and deliver content using a familiar, author-friendly environment. RoboHelp 10 enables you to publish socially-enabled content to multiple screens/devices using HTML5, take advantage of the end-to-end workflow […]

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Getting Your Ducks in a Row: Taking Another Look at RoboHelp at a Memphis Conference

Adobe held a special pre-conference event Sunday March 11th for early arrivals to the recent UAWriters conference in Memphis. Since the conference focus was User Assistance, RoboHelp was the product focus for this event. The Sunday enclave included an excellent set of focused presentations by subject matter experts on different aspects of UX (User Experience) that […]

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[Guest Post] “Coming Home to Adobe RoboHelp after a Fling with MadCap Flare”, by John Daigle

For those looking for an easy and quick way to return or migrate to Adobe RoboHelp after trying MadCap Flare, I’ve created an enhanced project converter. The Flare-to-RoboHelp Project Converter is free and can be downloaded on my website http://www.showmethedemo.com/Flare-to-Robohelp/. This is especially timely because of Adobe’s Switcher program which provides a 40% discount on […]

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