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 Adobe RoboHelp 9 HTML: The Essentials  Kevin Siegel

RoboHelp is the industry standard for Help authoring. It's the preferred program if you are a Help author, technical writer, or programmer tasked with creating Help systems for desktop or Web-based applications.

RoboHelp HTML has the letters HTML in its name; therefore, many people think that RoboHelp is a Web Page development tool (much like Adobe Dreamweaver) it is not. Although you could create terrific Web sites using RoboHelp, its primary mission is to let you quickly, and easily, create Help systems.

By the time you have completed this action-packed book (many people can finish in two or three days), you will have mastered the essentials skills that will allow you to create a RoboHelp Help system in several output (including WebHelp, FlashHelp, HTML Help and Adobe Air Help). You will learn how to create master pages, cascading styles sheets, dynamic HTML effects, forms, frames and more.

Kevin Siegel is the founder and president of IconLogic, Inc. He has written more than 100 step-by-step computer training books, including Essentials of Adobe Captivate 4, Adobe Captivate 4: Beyond the Essentials, Essentials of Adobe Captivate 3, Essentials of Adobe Captivate 2, Essentials of Macromedia Captivate, Essentials of RoboDemo 5, Essentials of Adobe RoboHelp 8, Essentials of Adobe RoboHelp 7, Essentials of Adobe Dreamweaver CS3, QuarkXPress 8: The Basics, Essentials of Adobe InDesign CS3, Camtasia Studio 7: The Essentials and Camtasia Studio 6: The Essentials.

Kevin spent five years in the U.S. Coast Guard as an award-winning photojournalist and has more than two decades experience as a print publisher, technical writer, instructional designer and eLearning developer. He is a certified technical trainer, has been a classroom instructor for more than 18 years and is a frequent speaker at trade shows and conventions. Kevin holds multiple certifications from companies such as Adobe and the CompTIA.

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