1 Reply Latest reply on Jun 26, 2006 3:18 PM by Peter Grainge

    RH's CSS styles - compatible w/ Word?

      Hello fellow RH users,

      I am running RoboHelp X5 and Microsoft Word 2000 on a Windows-based system.

      I am outputting all of the RH files in my manual from RoboHelp into Microsoft Word, and in the future, I intend to only update these files in Word. However, as I am outputting these files into Word, I would like to see if there's some way Word can use my RoboHelp styles as they currently exist.

      Ideally, I would like to import RoboHelp's CSS styles directly into Word's style sheets. Is this possible?
        • 1. Re: RH's CSS styles - compatible w/ Word?
          Peter Grainge Adobe Community Professional (Moderator)
          Welcome to the forum

          The fact that you have css styles indicates you are using RH HTML. When you generate the printed output, in the last page of the wizard you can select to use the project's css styles and RH will then create the necessary styles in Word. There's a full topic on generating printed documentation on my site.

          I don't follow the logic of only updating that Word document. Why would you not want to keep the online help up to date as well?