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RoboHelp

Training Tutorial 2015


Kaity Kenniv, Olivia Hartsfield, Erin Grout,
and David Gruber

Opening RoboHelp

Creating & Saving a new Project

Importing a Topic from MS Word


To import a topic from MS Word:

To create a new project:

To open RoboHelp:
1. To open RoboHelp, do one of the following:
2. Click Start and then type RoboHelp into the search
bar.
3. Double-click on RoboHelp 2015. The program opens.
OR

1. In the Import group, click Document.

1. On the ribbon, click the File tab.


2. Select New project from the drop-down menu. A New
Project box appears.
3. Select Blank Project, then click Finish.
To save a new project:

4. Navigate to where you have RoboHelp stored on your


computer.
5. Double-click to open.

Creating a Blank Project


To create a blank project:
1. From the Starter pod, click More and then select
Blank Project.
2. In the title text box, type Creating a Linkedin Account.
3. Click Finish.

1. On the ribbon, click the File tab.


2. Click Save All to save your work.

Creating & Saving a New Topic

Linking a Topic from MS Word


To link a topic from MS Word:

To create a new topic:


1. In the Project Manager, click Create a New Topic
.
A new topic window appears in the workspace.
2. Under Topic Title, type Making a LinkedIn Account.
3. Click OK.
To save a new topic:
Under the Project tab, in the File group, click Save All.

2. From the dropdown menu, click Word Document.


3. Locate LinkedIn.docx.
4. Click OK. The Import Word Document window
appears.
5. Click Next then click Finish.

1. From the Project tab, in the Link group, click Word


File. The Open window appears.

2. Select a document and click Open.


3. Under Project Manager at the bottom left corner
of the screen, locate the file. A yellow exclamation
point will appear.
4. Click Update.
5. Edit the Word document and save your work.
6. In RoboHelp, in the Link group, click Update.
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Creating a Stylesheet
To open stylesheet options:
1. Under the Edit tab, in the CSS group, click New
Stylesheet.

2. Name the new stylesheet Stylesheet 1.


3. In the folder selection, click Top Level Folder to view
folder options.
4. Select Top Level Folder as the folder for Stylesheet 1.
5. Click Create.
To edit Heading 1:
1. Expand the Paragraph tab by clicking the + symbol to
the left of it.
2. Select Heading 1.
3. Under formatting options, change Font to Verdana
and font size to 12pt.
4. Under Spacing, change the Before spacing value to
0pt. Then change Before to After and change the
spacing value to 5pt.
5. Click Apply.

Creating a Stylesheet (cont.)


To edit paragraph text:

Creating a Table of Contents

To generate a Responsive HTML5 output:

To create a table of contents:

1. Under the Paragraph tab, select Normal.


2. Under formatting options, change Font to Verdana
and font size to 10pt.
3. Click Apply then click OK.

To apply a style to specifc text:


1. Double-click Making a LinkedIn Account topic.
2. Select the title.
3. Under the Edit tab, in the CSS group, select
Stylesheet 1.
4. Under the Edit tab, in the Styles group, select
Heading 2.

Generating a Responsive HTML5 Output

1. In the Project Manager pod, right-click New Table of


Contents and click New Table of Contents.
2. In the Name textbox, type LinkedIn TOC, and click OK.
3. In the Table of Contents pod, click Auto-create TOC
.
4. Select Delete current TOC before creating new and
deselect Create TOC pages for mid-topic links (bookmarks).
5. Click OK. The TOC appears in the Table of Contents pod.

1. Make sure you have saved any recent edits to your


project by clicking Save All.
2. Under the Output tab, in the Generate section, click
Responsive HTML 5. A dialog box appears.

3. Under Output Folder and Start Page, navigate to where


you want to save your project.
4. Under Manage Layout, click Gallery, select Azure_Blue,
and click OK.
5. In the left-hand navigation bar of the dialog box, click
Content.
6. Under Table of Contents, select LinkedIn TOC from the
drop-down menu.
7. Click Save and Generate.
8. Click View Result. Internet Explorer opens with your
generated help content.