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Adobe RoboHelp (2019
release) ready for download
- Radical new clean interface -
properties panel for precise control - preview in place. The
lightweight file structure in
Adobe RoboHelp (2019 release) is very transparent.
- What you see in the Contents
panel is exactly what you'll see at the file explorer level. There
are no virtual folders or guesswork as to where to find and manage
project assets like topics, style sheets, graphics and videos.
- One huge improvement in Adobe
RoboHelp (2019 release) is preview in place. Instead of
interrupting your workflow to call up a separate dialog, you can
see your changes instantly.
- A new Properties Panel in Adobe
RoboHelp (2019 release) lets you make changes and see the effect
of edits immediately.
- Video is a crucial need these
days and it's easy to import YouTube, Vimeo and Adobe Captivate
eLearning modules into Adobe RoboHelp (2019 release).
- A totally new Search Engine
algorithm with autocomplete and fuzzy logic in Adobe RoboHelp
(2019 release) makes it easy for the end user to find what they
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Announcing a free Flare to RoboHelp
Flare™ authors who are upgrading to Adobe® RoboHelp® At WritersUA and
STC Summits, folks have asked me if it was possible to convert a MadCap
Flare™ project to an Adobe® RoboHelp® 7, 8, 9, 10 or 11 project. Now with
this converter you can in most cases. It's an easy way to return to the
familiar favorite, RoboHelp, or if you just want to migrate to an easy-to-use
tool that is powerful, author-friendly and is part of the new Adobe Technical
To receive the converter
email firstname.lastname@example.org and I will send it to you directly.)
John Daigle offers
onsite and "virtual" instructor-led classes in Adobe RoboHelp and Adobe
Students rave about our training classes!
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Adobe Certified Training
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For technical writers and
instructional designers email
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Now offering virtual classes
With thousands of authors around the world using RoboHelp in different
environments, Adobe constantly gathers feedback in order to improve the
way it works. Here are some items that will help you make sure your
version of RoboHelp is working smoothly with the latest improvements.
RoboHelp tips and techniques are often
contributed by my instructor/author colleagues. Here is a list of those
Grainge's site, a comprehensive and well organized source for all
Stone's RoboWizard site and his popular "Skinny on
McAndrew's blog - frequently updated with ancedotes and
RoboHelp Forums - peer-to-peer resources operating 24/7 with
answers from Adobe Community Expert volunteers. (John Daigle, Peter
Grainge and Rick Stone)
Technical Communications blog - for current news from product
managers and engineering staff on RoboHelp, FrameMaker and the Adobe
Technical Communiation Suite.
- Bob Doyle who publishes the DITA
Newsletter, explains the DITA features of Adobe TCS and how Adobe
FrameMaker and Adobe RoboHelp are integrated to work with DITA.