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If you are wishing to integrate the Help with the application. The Context Sensitive Help should be helpful for that, http://help.adobe.com/en_US/robohelp/robohtml/WS5b3ccc516d4fbf351e63e3d11aff59c571-7fdf.ht ml
You can generate Printed Documentation -- Check Peter Grainge's Website, explaining everything precisely,
Hope it you get a good start.!
Perfect - exactly what I needed - I got a basic help file CHM up and running in 3 hours using some existing word documents I cut and pasted. I should be able to get a demo to my client by Monday and try and convince him to pay for complete documentation the can pay for buying Robohelp
Your docs get right to the point and show me which type of help files I need to use/generate
The Context Sensitive Help- I can generate the IDs now - but I have an issue with the inteface in the programming language I'm using, but thats not a RoboHelp problem. Thanks for the link for printing
Whilst CHMs can be run from a server (with some registry hacking) and webhelp can be run locally, nowadays it is pretty much the case that webhelp is for server applications and CHMs or desktop AIR Help are for locally installed applications.
See www.grainge.org for RoboHelp and Authoring tips