I would say you can achieve some of this, but not in the traditional "wiki" sense.
The list of users (Subject Matter Experts) could send their content in the form of Word documents to the Content Manager who would then import them into a RoboHelp project. Optionally, these Word documents could be "linked" to the RH project so that if the subject matter expert makes a change to the Word doc, the Content Manager could then update the HTML content in the RH project and re-publish the current information.
RoboHelp 8 comes with RoboSource Control (RSC), a version control database application which can store source content, keep track of versions and rollback to a previous version if necessary. RSC is free and comes on the RH 8 DVD but it is optional and not installed automatically.
I don't know if this is adequate for your scenario, but it's one way to approach it.
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Thanks for sharing ideas. Your suggested plan looks good in my case.
I need couple more technical details:
- should I use RoboHelp for Word to import existing documents into RoboHelp (WebHelp project)?
- How can I keep these Word documents "linked" to content which is already uploaded into project, as you mentioned?