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I'm hoping now that Macromedia has purchased RoboHelp, they'll introduce a
built-in Dreamweaver interface for editing help files.
> I assume that the discussion has been about web stuff, but
> what about authoring WebHelp?
> I recently started using RoboHelp X4.1 to create WebHelp
> for our product that is used with multiple operating systems.
> One of the first things that I heard on the HATT mailing
> list was:
> "Of course, nobody uses the built-in WYSIWYG editor in
> RoboHelp. Everybody uses DreamWeaver or some other
> powerful HTML publishing tool instead."