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Welcome to our community, Gary
RoboHelp doesn't quite work that way. Normally you have all the content static and present on either a server or inside a .CHM file. Much like a static Web Site would work.
Assuming you are creating web based help, I suppose it would be possible to achieve what you are looking for by creating Framesets or Inline Frames. Then populating a frame with dynamic content.
Perhaps if you can more fully flesh out exactly what choosing a particular customer number would result in, we might offer some alternatives for achieving it using RoboHelp.
Perhaps this will help: I am trying to create a web help site that is based on the parameters passed in the URL could present custom content about the user who is viewing it.
You'll probably need to combine your work with your developers' work.
That is, use something to identify the topics (within certain folders, with a leading or trailing ID, etc.) and then have the developers set up permissions for specific users (or user groups) on specific catgories as identified by you.