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In this course, author David Rivers demonstrates the core features of RoboHelp 9, the industry-standard authoring tool for creating help systems for desktop or web-based applications. The course shows how to work with RoboHelp pods, save custom workspaces, create new projects, and leverage existing content in other formats, such as Word and PDF documents. It also includes tutorials on merging projects, topic formatting, using graphics and multimedia, and using forms and frames.
Hi and welcome to RoboHelp 9 HTML Essential Training. I'm David Rivers. Adobe RoboHelp truly is the industry standard for authoring help systems. It is the preferred software program for help authors, technical writers, and programmers who are tasked with authoring help systems, whether they are desktop or web-based applications. Now, this course is targeted to users who are new to RoboHelp in general, as well as those who may be new to Adobe's latest rendition of RoboHelp HTML version 9.
We will begin with the basics, like touring the user interface and learning about workspaces, pods, and environments, before we get into creating and exploring the various types of projects one can create with RoboHelp. Then it's on to more advanced topics that will familiarize you with the various components, content, and formatting of your projects. So with so many topics to cover, let's get started.
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