To add an Adobe Captivate project to a RoboHelp project, create the Adobe Captivate project, add it to the RoboHelp project, and select among several display options. Adobe Captivate 6 is supported by RoboHelp 10.
The HTML file and the FLA file (SWF file) are imported into your RoboHelp project. The SWF file is added to the Project Files folder, and a new topic (with the title of the project) is created.
The HTML file (with the title of the project) that is added to your RoboHelp project is important. If you delete the topic, the related SWF file is also deleted from the project. You can, however, leave the topic in your Help project as a “hidden” topic. Hidden topics can’t be linked to and don’t appear in the table of contents. Their index markers don’t appear in the index.
After you add the FLA file (SWF file) to your RoboHelp project, specify how to display the project. You can place an Adobe Captivate project in a new RoboHelp topic and then link to that topic from any other topic in Help.
Display In Auto-Sizing Pop-Up
Displays the project in a window that adjusts to accommodate the height and width of the project.
Display In Frame
You have the choice of displaying in a new window or in the same slide as the link from the topic. From the pop-up menu next to Display In Frame, select either New Window or Same Slide. If you choose New Window, the project appears in the user’s default browser. If you choose Same Slide, your topic replaces the topic the user is currently viewing.
You can edit the SWF file you have inserted into RoboHelp only if you have the associated Adobe Captivate project saved on your computer.