Re: RoboHelp X5 and creating a master project search

Subject: Re: RoboHelp X5 and creating a master project search
From: <rstone75 -at- kc -dot- rr -dot- com>
To: bmmwalsh -at- yahoo -dot- com
Date: Thu, 10 Jan 2008 5:42:58 -0600

Hi Bridget

You should check out my fellow Adobe Community Expert Peter Grainge's site. Link is below:

Cheers... Rick :smile;

Bridget Walsh wrote:
> I'm using RoboHelp X5, and I'm trying to create a master project from multiple sub projects in WebHelp format.
> What
> I want to do is for a user to be able to search all subprojects for
> information, while keeping the original projects separate.
> There is some documentation on web pages, including:
> however, I'm not sure if this functionality equivalent is in RoboHelp X5. Most of the articles on the web
> are not specific to a particular version of RoboHelp.
> Two questions:
> 1. is this possible in RH X5?
> 2. can anyone point me to a relevant article on it or give a summary ?
> thanks for any help,
> Bridget


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