Adobe RoboHelp 6 Training Course
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Learn Adobe RoboHelp 6 (in only 5 hours)
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Course Description: Applications today have become sophisticated to an extent that a Help system is required for an average user to understand them. Adobe RoboHelp 6 (formerly Macromedia RoboHelp), is the fastest, easiest way to create professional Help systems and documentation for desktop and web-based applications, including .NET and Rich Internet Applications. Create Help systems that include Help topics, Table of Contents, Index, Glossary, context-sensitive Help, and more. Generate Help systems in any popular online Help format, plus press-ready printed documentation. VTC author, Eric Butow, teaches users the various types of projects that can be created using RoboHelp, component and design requirements for creating a fully functional Help system, how to convert an HTML Help project into different Help formats from a single source, and much, much more! To begin learning Adobe RoboHelp 6 today, simply click on one of the movie links below.
* Most techniques used in these videos are applicable to both RoboHelp 6 and X5. Techniques designed solely for RoboHelp 6 users are discussed as necessary.
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Video Tutorials Included: 133
The RoboHelp Starter Window
Putting Your Options In Order
The New Project Wizard
The RoboHelp HTML Window
Creating a HTML Help Project
Add Elements to the Help Project
Building Your HTML Help Project Structure
Check Your HTML Help Project
Creating Projects from a Single Source
Creating a WinHelp 2000 Help System
Building a WinHelp 2000 Help System
Building Your First HTML Help System
Using New RoboHelp 6 Features
Using New RoboHelp 6 Input & Output Tools
Using RoboSource Control
Course Wrap Up