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… Read more »
You’re welcome to join us on our upcoming free webinar, “The changing nature of content”, which will be held at 7pm (GMT+1) on 24th April 2013. In recent years, technical communicators have focused on improving User Assistance through new technologies and systems, with the assumption that the nature of the content the tone of voice,… Read more »
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.
We’ve added two self-study training courses in Author-it version 5 today – one for Author-it users and the other for Author-it Administrators and Users. This year, we’ve also introduced a classroom courses in RoboHelp 7 and FrameMaker 8, and we’ve launched an updated version of our DITA training course. We’ve another course in development and… Read more »
With the imminent release of DITA support in MadCap Flare, will competing Help authoring tools (HATS) suddenly seem inadequate to the task of technical writing? Where does this leave Adobe’s RoboHelp? I suspect it will be difficult technically and commercially (Adobe also owns FrameMaker) for Adobe to add DITA support into RoboHelp. If writers are… Read more »