RoboHelp Question

Subject: RoboHelp Question
From: bdoonan -at- coreco -dot- com
To: techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com
Date: Thu, 11 Nov 1999 09:14:47 -0500

Hello,

we have just received RoboHelp2000 for the purpose of evaluating the
software to ascertain if it fits our particular needs concerning generating
help files. Up until now, we have used Doc-To-Help. When using Doc-To-Help,
we would create a document in Word and then generate a help file from the
Word document. This gave us both a finished help file and a finished doc
file, the latter used to create the printed manual. It is important to our
company to create hardcopies and winhelp files of our manuals. Although
Doc-To-Help has worked for us, we would like more control over customizing
our help files. This is why we're evaluating RoboHelp.

I have had only a day with the RoboHelp software and manuals, but (am I
blind?) it doesn't talk about single sourcing at all. With RoboHelp, do you
have to create a separate help file unrelated to the doc file you will
create for the printed manual? In other words, is single sourcing or
quasi-single sourcing a feature with Robohelp? To create a separate doc
file and a separate help file seems to be twice the work.

This topic screamed "check the archives," which I did; however, I was
unhappy with the result.

Any help would be appreciated...

Brian





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