Adobe RoboHelp: Working with Twisties

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Twisties are images you include with DHTML drop-downs and DHTML expanding texts. Open or create a RoboHelp project. Go to the Project Manager pod ( View > Pods > Project Manager ). Double-click the project's style sheet to open it for editing. Once you have set up the twisties, they will automatically be applied to all of your project drop-downs. Adobe''s Technical Communication Suite Help Authoring RoboHelp Technical Communications

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Adobe RoboHelp 2015: New Book Now Shipping

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By following step-by-step instructions, you will learn to create RoboHelp projects from scratch and how to add content via importing from Microsoft Word, Adobe FrameMaker, PDFs, and HTML.   You will learn to enhance your content with graphics, dynamic effects (DHTML), and multimedia (eLearning content created using Adobe Captivate). Adobe RoboHelp Adobe's Technical Communication SuiteAdobe RoboHelp 2015: The Essentials.

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Adobe RoboHelp 8: The Pros Have It, The Others Don't

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And you would generate FlashHelp if you were worried about DHTML limitations for browsers and platforms and high-security firewall issues. Runtime project merging: As a Help author, you can easily merge multiple projects at runtime. This is the perfect workflow if you are working with multiple authors, each working on a different part of the Help system and you want to combine everything as one larger project.

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