RE: RoboHelp images and bullet points

Subject: RE: RoboHelp images and bullet points
From: "Turner, Katherine" <kturner -at- Metastorm -dot- com>
To: "Jennita Catherine" <jennita -at- noida -dot- interrasystems -dot- com>
Date: Thu, 25 Jan 2007 12:13:57 -0000

Hi Jenny,

When using RoboHelp if I come across problems with the layout and view
of my html pages, I normally look at the True Code page. From this I'm
normally able to determine what's going wrong.

Have you tried the following:
1. Select an image. Look at the True Code tab to determine the location
of the image. Does this image exist in the location given?
2. Select a bullet point and take a look at True Code, the code should
look something like this:

<li>first bullet point</li>
<li>second bullet point</li>

Or for a numbered list:
<li>first numbered point </li>
<li>second numbered point</li>

<ul> = un-numbered list
<li> = list item
<ol> = ordered list

Hope the above helps,

Kind regards,

Katherine Turner
Technical Author
The opinions expressed are strictly my own and not necessarily those of

-----Original Message-----
From: Jennita Catherine
Sent: 25 January 2007 12:04
To: Techwr-l
Subject: (no subject)

When I am working with RoboHelp X5 for the Online Help manual that I am
creating, the images are haywire and also the bullet points. I am not
able to change the settings in any way. I also reinstalled the tool once
again but no use. Please tell me what to do.


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