First you mention WebHelp Pro. You are publishing to RoboHelp Server?
I suspect that by using the autocreate option, RoboHelp has created a browse sequence for each book, yes?
You need to have one browse sequence for what you want so you will have to change things manually.
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If you want a simple TOC walker Browse Sequence, try entering 0 for the level when you auto-create the sequence.
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I tried setting the number of TOC levels to 0 which did give me a single browse sequence with all my topics. Unfortunately, the order of the topics is not what you would see if it were set to follow the sequential order of the topics you would have if each topic was linked to its predecessor and successor. I was hoping there was a way to generate this automatically because to do it manually in a large help file, especially one that is still being written, is too time consuming.
Are there any other ideas? I used HTMLHelp years ago and it automatically linked all the topics in the proper order up and down the TOC levels. I am baffled as to why I wouldn't be able to do this in a much more sophisticated tool like RoboHelp 8.
Robohelp's automatic generation of Browse sequences from the ToC uses a breadth-first search while most people find a depth-first search more logical. AFAIK you're stuck with manual ordering. You can make it easier by creating a new ToC called Browse, setting it up to the sequence you want, and then using this to create the BS. This gives you access to better drag-and-drop facilities, and also you can see in the profile list whether all topics have been included.