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ROBOHELP 10: Annotated Screen Captures from RoboScreenCapture
RoboHelp has a built-in screen capture facility, which will let you create high quality captures (with annotations) while authoring topics in our Help project. Watch this 5 minute video to find out just how simple RoboScreenCapture is to use. You can do it too!
Adding call-out text annotations to an image
This brief tutorial shows you how to add call-outs, text bubbles and text captions to an image. You can use this feature to add your thoughts to any image; in this example, a teacher annotates a picture of a creative classroom to talk about his vision for an ideal learning environment. This activity comes from the Adobe Professional Development Workshop, "Explore Creativity in Today’s Classroom".
TCS4: PDF Review from RoboHelp
See how Tech Comm Suite allows RoboHelp to work seamlessly with Acrobat XI Pro to swiftly create PDF files for review in a variety of ways. You may choose RoboHelp content for review based on the TOC, content status (e.g. "ready for review"), or from a range of dates when content was changed. Once reviewers have made their comments via Free Acrobat Reader or in collaborative review via Sharepoint or Acrobat.com, all comments and annotations may be imported "in place" into the RoboHelp source files. Simple icons in the reviewer's pane make it a snap to accept or reject suggested changes.
Flash Player in Acrobat: Building Interactive PDF Documents
Show: MAX 2010 Develop
Learn how to add SWF-based Rich Media Annotations (RMAs) developed in Adobe Flash Professional or Flash Builder to your PDF documents. Flash Player in Acrobat provides greater security and consistency for SWF playback inside any PDF document. Acrobat 9 provides tight integration between the PDF document and the RMAs as well as other content types that run in Flash Player, such as FLV and H.264-encoded video. This session will show you how to use your ActionScript skills in a whole new way.