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Hi Sam and welcome to our community
If you are creating WebHelp output, try creating this way.
Click View > Pods > Single Source Layouts
Double-click the WebHelp layout
Click the Next > button at the bottom of the dialog
On the second screen of the dialog should be the option for Search Highlighting.
How are you ? Thaks for your quick response. Appreciate it. I am obviously missing something!! Yes, I am using WebHelp Single Source Primary layout output.
However, as you suggested when I click on View I don't see Pods .
- Moreover, I double clicked on the WebHelp layout (In project
Tab, Under Dependencies Folder icon)
- Click the Next > button at the bottom of the dialog
But that didn't bring me the option for Search highlighting!!!! Instead, I am seeing option to make output 508 / W3C compliant. I am using Robohelp 7.0 Build 145 . Also, I am currently on trial version , yet, to receive the license keys from Sales guy. You think that could be it ? I wanted to attach the snapshot of what I am seeing( didn't find option in forum) where I am suppose to see Search highlight option .
- Moreover, I double clicked on the WebHelp layout (In project Tab, Under Dependencies Folder icon)
Is this by chance RoboHelp for Word? What do you see when you click Help > About?
If it's RoboHelp for Word, I'm afraid I won't be able to help here. I pretty much stick to RoboHelp HTML. And I would strongly encourage you to use it. Particularly if you are creating any type of HTML output. Otherwise, you are likely to find yourself quite often frustrated with lack of control and ability with things that are quite simple using RoboHelp HTML.
Thanks for the response. Yes, you are correct , I am using RoboHelp for Word, thanks poiting me into right direction. I will give a shot at RoboHelp for HTML now. I was of the opinion that since I am consuming my TOC straight from the Word document , I should use RoboHelp for Word.
Thanks again for your help, I will keep you posted.