I’ve used RoboHelp since 1996 (hard to believe that’s 21 years ago, isn’t it?) and I’ve also developed several online courses for Adobe’s online help creation software for previous versions. Now my new course for the latest version, RoboHelp 2015, is available on Udemy and joins my RoboHelp 2011 course there.
This course has 116 lectures and takes about 5 hours if you go through it from beginning to end. The course curriculum is broken into 13 “chapters” that include the following topics:
- How to navigate the RoboHelp window
- Creating a new help project
- Formatting your help project
- Designing your topics
- Adding links
- Building forms and tables
- Inserting graphics and multimedia into your topics
- Going further with variables, tags, and scripts
- Organizing your project using an index, glossary, search, and TOC
- Generating and reviewing online help projects
The course retails for $95, but Udemy frequently offers promotional discounts for all its courses. The course has a 30-day money-back guarantee, too.
Go to the Udemy website to read all about the course, review the course outline, watch a brief intro video, check out current discounts, and purchase the course. Adobe promises a 2017 maintenance update for RoboHelp real soon now and when that happens, I’ll update the course and let you know all about it.
RoboHelp is a great tool for technical writers and software developers to create and offer help on a variety of platforms, and you can learn more about it on Adobe’s website by clicking here.
I had a productive weekend, and I hope you had a great weekend, too. May you have a prosperous week and a great start to your February.