We purchased RoboHelp for Windows 2000, being assured that
even though the
demo didn't work with Win2000, the commercial version would.
purchase was for Adobe's Technical Communications Suite,
which has its own
overarching installation routine. Unfortunately, that
installation does NOT
run under Win2000.
Before we just send the thing back to Adobe, we wonder if
there is a
workaround. Is there a way to install just RoboHelp,
bypassing the suite's
Have others encountered this problem? If we own a license
from the suite,
can we download a standalone versioni of RoboHelp and install
it with the
license key from the suite? Any other ideas?