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If you're able to create regular JavaHelp from RoboHelp, the conversion from JavaHelp to OHW is quite trivial.
"Anthony" <italian_scribbles -at- yahoo -dot- com> wrote ...
> Hello Everyone,
> My manager asked me to do something yesterday I have
> never done before with any RoboHelp based online help
> module. After reviewing the information provided with
> my RoboHelp software I am left with at least one
> The application I am writing the help for ultimately
> lives in the browser as it is web based. The
> application is written in Java and is designed to have
> call (i.e., request parameters). That is the key to
> making this work and we were unable to find very much
> information covering this specifically.
> Has anyone been able to adapt their RoboHelp modules
> to work with such an application on a
> Context-Sensitive basis?
> Thank you for your time and attention.
> - Anthony
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