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Single sourcing definitions

Single sourcing definitions: RoboHelp 2015 Essential Training
Single sourcing definitions: RoboHelp 2015 Essential Training

Single-sourcing lets you create one source of content and either a) extract subsets of the content to create different outputs for different audiences or b) re-use chunks of the content in multiple places in multiple projects. The first definition, creating multiple outputs from one source, is supported by a RoboHelp feature called conditionality. The second definition, content re-use, is supported by two features called snippets and variables. Learn more about conditions, snippets, and variables, and how to create and use them.

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Business Word Processing RoboHelp

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