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News for October 2006

  • Adobe RoboHelp 6 - a new release is in the works. (Great News!)  Read more
    Get a head start: Apply for the pre-release (beta) program! Read more

  • Adobe Captivate 2 is officially released Read more

  • Macromedia Breeze Meeting is now Adobe Acrobat Connect Professional Read more

  • Adobe MAX 2006 in Las Vegas Oct 23-26 (email me if you'll be there!)

Must Read: New Adobe Tech Comm FAQ posted for RoboHelp, Framemaker, Captivate and Acrobat

A new Adobe Technical Communications FAQ was posted on the Adobe website which addresses questions regarding the Technical Communications products. 

I like the logical synergy of the Technical Communications products (RoboHelp, Framemaker, Captivate and Acrobat) and am glad Adobe is working on a new release of RoboHelp. 

At WritersUA in Palm Springs last April I got to talk to the engineers and product managers who are working away on the next version of RoboHelp and detected a genuine enthusiasm for its future. 

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John's Articles posted on the Adobe Developer Center website

 Read my Context-Sensitive Help and RoboSource Control articles in Macromedia's new Developer Center Providing Context-Sensitive Help for Web Applications

This article applies to non-programming RoboHelp authors and explains how to provide context-sensitive help to web application users. It also shows web developers how to use the WebHelp API to display context-sensitive topics in special windows, defined by the help author. 

You can download the sample web application as well as a RoboHelp project to practice creating context-sensitive help. I've provided Captivate™ demos to help you understand the process—these "show me" demos make the process clearer.

And, in case you missed it, check out a previously published article on the Adobe site. 
Sharing One RoboHelp Project Among Multiple Authors
- Covering RoboSource Control

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