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I'd like to hear some feedback from users who have gone from RoboHelp 4 to
5. It seems to me that the stucture of the new program almost dictates
some design practices that I'd like to see implemented where I work (like
using the books metaphor). It also seems to encourage using multiple files
rather than one large one (the way we do it now). What has been your
experience with the learning curve? Are there many bugs? Thanks for any