Adobe released the latest version of RoboHelp last week, and we’ve taken it for a quick spin around the block. It’s called RoboHelp (2015 Release), but we’ll call simply call it RoboHelp 2015.
Adobe released its latest version of RoboHelp Version 11 (and Technical Communications Suite 5), a while back and asked if we could write a review. There have been a number of excellent reviews, so we’ve been wondering what extra we can say. We’ve decided to address some of the questions we’re often asked by organisations when they’re deciding which Help Authoring Tool to choose.
One of the key questions when considering moving to the DITA authoring standard is: how is it different from what I have today? If you create technical documentation using a Help Authoring Tool, such as Flare or RoboHelp, you’ll probably want to compare DITA to these.
It’s not as easy a question to answer as you might think. As DITA is a standard rather than an authoring tool, you’re actually looking at two different things. However, let’s give it a go.
If you need a Technical Author who knows RoboHelp, then Cherryleaf can help. Our Projects team and many of our contractors have skills and experience in using RoboHelp to create great content for your users.
Contact us if you’d like to know more.