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> I'm wondering if anyone has used the Robo-Help program and could provide me
> any information about it. I'm interested in determining when you would use
> the program, how difficult it is to learn and how predictable is the
> Thank you for your input.
I have used it lightly: it is useful for small-scale projects where
you are creating all-new documents. It FORCES you to write its way,
which drove me nuts. It has a hard time with long help files.
Doc-to-Help is better if you are converting existing material, and
handles large help files better than RoboHelp.