I have a web help project that is basically a group of html
files that were originally created in Word. It is from a
third-party program, and I need to integrate the html files into my
HTML help project. I'm not sure if they were using any program like
RoboHelp to generate the help.
I've tried importing the html files into a Robohelp project,
but I cannot view them in Robohelp since they are associated with
Word. Does anyone have any ideas as to how I can clean up these
files and import them into a Robohelp project?
I've tried importing the html files into a Robohelp project, but
I cannot view them in Robohelp since they are associated with
Does this mean you are trying to double-click them inside
RoboHelp HTML and you want them to open in the RoboHelp HTML
WYSIWYG editor and not inside Word? If the answer to that is yes,
then read on.
Inside RoboHelp HTML, click Tools > Options... > HTML
Editors tab. You will probably find that RoboHelp WYSIWYG is set as
the default editor. This is normal. So I hear you asking, well, if
it's the default, why is it opening in Word? And the answer to that
little issue lies in the two options at the bottom of the dialog.
My guess is that you have the option "Auto-select Editor" selected.
So try selecting the opposite option of: "Use Default Editor".