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RoboHelp: Generating Automatic TOC in RoboHelp
Show: RoboHelp 11 Features
RoboHelp enables you to create a variety of TOCs in many simple ways. One of the quickest ways to get started is to let RoboHelp do all the work: create an Automatic Table of Contents that captures all of your main topics in the order in which they occurred. See how simple this is to do!
ROBOHELP 10: Organizing Projects with Folders
The main organizing component in your RoboHelp project is a project folder. This very brief video shows you the simple steps required to create a new folder for related topics, and how to populate it with new topics. You will notice that your custom TOC does *not* have to match the names or order of your folders. This is one more way that RoboHelp 10 makes your life easier.
ROBOHELP 10: Auto-Generate a TOC
Most of the time in RoboHelp 10, you will want to customize your TOC. Although it would be rare to want a TOC that exactly matches your project structure, you can instantly generate such a TOC as a starting point for your customization. Watch this 2.5 minute video to find out just how simple this process is.
ROBOHELP 10: Adding Book and Topic to TOC
In RoboHelp 10, Tables of Contents are primarily organized with "books." This brief video show you how easy it is to add a book for organizational purposes to an existing TOC. Then, we add 3 fresh topics to the book. In a flash, you'll understand the simple, underlying principles of project structure in RoboHelp 10.
ROBOHELP 10: Using FM TOC or IX with Linked FM Files
When you LINK FrameMaker source files into a RoboHelp project, you can set the single source layout to use the generated FrameMaker Table of Contents. This is an easy, 2-step process. Adobe Certified Expert Matt Sullivan walks you this logical process. Whenever your source FrameMaker book and TOC is updated, you can captured the updated TOC in your RoboHelp Project. This 90 second video shows you how.
ROBOHELP 10: Creating a custom Table of Contents
See how easy it is to create a new, custom TOC in RoboHelp. This product lets you have multiple TOCs to customize navigation for different audiences you publish Help for via Single Source layout. One set of source files can have different TOCs associated with specific types of output. It's easy and YOU can do it too!
FRAMEMAKER 11: Easy PDF output from DITAMap
FrameMaker 11 publishes sample files from DITA Open Toolkit "out-of-the-box." Using other DITA editors, it can required a lot of work to design style sheets that will publish OTK to rich PDF. FrameMaker 11 allows you to save DitaMaps to a FrameMaker book "with components." This means that a cover page, generated TOC, Index, List of Tables and List of Figures is automatically inserted in the correct locations. From that point you can swiftly publish to PDF with stunning results. Watch this video to see how you can achieve this with just a few mouse clicks.
RoboHelp 10: Bookmarks
RoboHelp 10 bookmarks allow you to swiftly create destinations for hyperlinks that go below the topic level. Bookmarks are also useful for adding subtopic links in a TOC. Another use for bookmarks is to help a user instantly navigate to key portions of long tables or lists of information. You can create bookmarks in RoboHelp with a simple drag n' drop!
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.