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Teach Yourself RoboHELP 7 Classic Edition

by David Locke

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 096725700X, Spiral-bound)

Teach Yourself RoboHELP provides beginning RoboHELP users with a firm foundation in the mechanics of using the tool and practical advice for good help authoring. You will learn how to create not just a help system, but a user-friendly one. Written by experienced help authors who are also certified RoboHELP instructors, the book is designed with both "big picture" and detail-oriented learners in mind. The first half of the book is a "Quick Start" overview, in which you can learn the basics and create a sample project in as little as a day. The second half, "Digging Down", covers the material in more depth. Numerous graphics and screenshots illustrate the text. Throughout the book, the authors include tips and cautions. "What if?" sections anticipate common beginning problems and help you troubleshoot them on the spot. Each unit concludes with a "What you've done" review and a "What's next" preview of the next unit. An enclosed CD-ROM contains all files referenced ! in the book so you can build the sample project as you progress. The CD-ROM also contains partially completed projects matching the "Quick Start" stages, so you can compare work or simply start the project at any step along the way. Teach Yourself RoboHELP is suitable for individual use or for classroom instruction. Registered owners of the current edition may upgrade to subsequent editions of Teach Yourself RoboHELP at a reduced price.

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