RE: Office 2000 and RoboOffice 9

Subject: RE: Office 2000 and RoboOffice 9
From: "McDonald, Guy A." <Guy -dot- A -dot- McDonald -at- usa -dot- conoco -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Mon, 5 Feb 2001 10:17:19 -0600

Xiang Li wrote:

I am wondering anyone has used one of the following
combinations and please tell me how they work for you.

1. Windows 2000 professional + RoboOffice 9 + Office 2000

2. Windows 2000 professional + RoboOffice 2000 + Office 97

3. Windows 2000 professional + RoboOffice 9 + Office 97
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We use RoboHELP 9 with Office 97 by choice. Our OS is Win2K and we have the
Office 2000 suite. However, we had too many problems with MS Word 2000 and
RoboHELP 9 integration ... which I won't go into on this list. Development
here uses Terminal Services Client and Citrix which also cause RoboHELP
heartburn. I work best with RoboHELP set up locally and the option set to
create a backup during compilation to the server. Also, flushing the system
ever few hours with a hard reboot helps minimize crashes.

Guy A. McDonald
Information Development Manager
Technical Information Architects, Inc.
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