The Adobe RoboHelp creates help system which runs on any browser or platform. It generates WebHelp, HTML Help, JavaHelp, WinHelp, and Oracle Help, as well as printed documentations coming from one source project. Help deployment is supported in 10 different languages. Users can utilize the updated dictionaries, which can also be accessed by specific Adobe products. They associate themselves with a dictionary from the Help project from the Project Settings dialogue box. The Auto-correct feature is used for some of the supported languages. Users can make their content in multiple languages, by using the same RoboHelp project. Every topic, index, glossary and table of contents has enough content in each language. Users may import, save, publish, and open Unicode-encoded content.
Users can also import several Adobe FrameMaker files at one go. If it is installed in the same computer, then they can import FrameMaker book files and binary files inside a RoboHelp HTML project. Aside from this, users may be able to do the following tasks: Set pagination properties, and identify a pattern for names of HTML topics. FrameMaker styles can be mapped to RoboHelp styles while importing content from FrameMaker.
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