Graphics like screen shots, flowcharts, line art, even photos and animations can do a lot to make your material more friendly and understandable. Learn how to insert graphics in your topics.
- [Voiceover] When you're creating a project…you'll find that it often helps…to include graphics in your topics.…Graphics can be screenshots,…flow charts, perhaps equipment photographs.…But in general, graphics often make your text pop.…They give it more meaning…they make it easier for the users to understand…what you're trying to say.…So, lets take a look at how to insert graphics.…In this module we'll use a photograph…called Bisbee, which you'll find…in the Exercise Files folder,…in the Resources folder,…and here is the graphic.…
This is the graphic we are going to insert…into a topic.…So, let's go to RoboHelp and do this.…If you're just joining us…and would like to follow along…please use the Exercise File called…02_06 RoboHelp Lynda 2015…in the Exercise Files folder.…So I'm going to go to the topic…in which I want to insert this.…So I'll just pick a topic.…And under the Dogs folder…I have a topic here called Spaniels.…
So I'll double click on Spaniels.…Here's the topic…and I decide I want to put the graphic…at the top of the topic.…
- Creating and opening projects
- Managing topics
- Importing content from HTML, Word, or FrameMaker
- Inserting images
- Creating TOCs, glossaries, and links
- Formatting with CSS
- Creating a single source of content (single sourcing)
- Understanding outputs
Skill Level Beginner
Word 2013: Creating Long Documentswith Maria Langer3h 19m Appropriate for all
MadCap Flare 12 Essential Trainingwith Neil Perlin3h 37m Beginner
1. Basic Concepts
2. Creating Content Using Topics
4. Add Formatting
5. Single Sourcing
6. Understanding Outputs vs. Targets
Output concepts2m 42s
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