The Adobe Technical Communication Suite is more than just a collection of powerful applications aimed at technical communicators. It includes integration between the applications not available to users buying the individual applications. One area of integration is the ability to create an Adobe Captivate movie inside an Adobe RoboHelp topic.
Just before Christmas I was asked to write a post for the company’s blog. You can read it here. At its heart is how we used web 2.0 methodology to ensure that our users never asked, “Why isn’t that documented?”
As we draw ever closer to the big day I wanted to fire off a greeting to all my fellow Technical Communicators. How to do this though? The followers of The RoboColum(n) are spread far and wide. Heck they may even speak many different languages. I hope the following goes some way to address things. Please fell free to correct any translations and I hope I haven’t insulted anyone
OK. I know the question on most peoples’ lips is, “Why would I want to use a symbol?” This is a good question, but the variety of symbols available to RoboHelp users may surprise some. Yes there are mathematical fractions that have a limited user base, but there are also many other symbols more suited to the average user.
At this time of year it is fairly common to receive marketing emails from companies you’ve requested to be keep in touch with. Most of the ones I receive I just scan and then delete. However one caught my eye recently but for all the wrong reasons. One look at it will tell you why.