You can. However, when you install RoboHelp 10, clicking the XPJ will launch Robohelp 10 and not RoboHelp 9. Best practice is to keep RoboHelp 10 separate, for instance in a virtual machine.
Adding to Willam’s advice – watch out for the “headless” version of Acrobat that can get installed along with RH if you’ve got an already existing copy of Acrobat in place. Best practice is to try out new software on a separate non-production machine or virtual machine.
Thanks for the advice.
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Trane Commercial Systems
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Yes Steve, this is very much possible. Go ahead and give it a shot, let us know if you face any issues.