Neil Perlin: Control & Consistency in Print & eBook
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Author Neil Perlin discusses the importance of using a processional Help Authoring Tool (HAT) like Adobe RoboHelp to achieve topic-based content that has control and flexibility for publishing to print of screen. Perlin shares how a traditional book that he published in the late 1980s took 4 months to go through the process. His first book published with RoboHelp took only 8 hours, and his latest book published to print and eBook took only 2.5 hours.
Runtime : 00:01:39 Added : 12/11/2013
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