RE: RoboHelp 7 query re: numbering

Subject: RE: RoboHelp 7 query re: numbering
From: "Pamela Denchfield" <PamelaD -at- onyx -dot- com>
To: <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com>
Date: Thu, 6 Dec 2007 14:32:38 -0800

In RoboHelp 5 I used P tags within the declared list:

<li>First numbered step
<p>System response to first numbered step </p> <li>Second numbered step
</li> </ol>

I haven't used RoboHelp 7, but I'm guessing the above HTML will work
there as well.

Pamela Denchfield
Sr. Technical Writer, Onyx, Consona CRM
E-mail: pamelad -at- onyx -dot- com

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Subject: RE: RoboHelp 7 query re: numbering

Write this down: I know something about HTML coding! Woo-hoo! I guess
WinHelp really *is* dead. I had to go through this yesterday to get some
stuff to work. I am using Dreamweaver, not RH's HTML editor, but here's
how the HTML code will look:
First numbered step
Stuff goes here that is not part of the procedure
<ol start="2" >
This shows up as #2. The Start="2" code is the
This shows up as #3.
This shows up as #4.
You wrote
1. This is the first step.

2. This is the second step.

This is the system response.

3. This is the third step.

Paul Hanson
Technical Writer
RoboHelp ACE -
Quintrex Data Systems
email: phanson at


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