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  1. RoboHelp User Guide
  2. Introduction
    1. What's New in Adobe RoboHelp?
    2. What's new in RoboHelp (2020 Release) Update 8
    3. What's new in RoboHelp (2020 Release) Update 7
    4. What's new in RoboHelp (2020 Release) Update 6
    5. What's new in RoboHelp (2020 Release) Update 5
    6. What's new in RoboHelp (2020 Release) Update 4
    7. RoboHelp system requirements
    8. RoboHelp FAQs
    9. Download and install your Adobe app
    10. Download and install RoboHelp on macOS
    11. Get to know the RoboHelp workspace
    12. Fixed issues in RoboHelp
  3. Projects
    1. Plan your RoboHelp project
    2. Create a project
    3. Work with topics and folders
    4. Generate reports
    5. Work with context-sensitive help
    6. Manage References
    7. Set preferences in RoboHelp
  4. Collaborate with authors
    1. Collaborate using Git
    2. Collaborate using SharePoint Online
    3. Collaborate using Azure DevOps (Team Foundation Server)
  5. Editing and formatting
    1. Format your content
    2. Create and manage cross-references
    3. Create and manage links
    4. Single-source with snippets
    5. Work with images and multimedia
    6. Create and use variables for easy updates
    7. Work with Variable Sets
    8. Use Find and Replace
    9. Auto save your content
    10. Side-by-side editing in Split View
    11. Use the Spell Check feature
    12. Create and Edit Bookmarks
    13. Insert and update fields
    14. Switch between multiple views
    15. Autonumbering in CSS
  6. Import and linking
    1. Import Markdown files into a project
    2. Import Word documents into a project
    3. Import FrameMaker documents into a project
  7. TOCs, indexes, and glossaries
    1. Create and manage a Table of Contents
    2. Create and manage an index
    3. Create and manage a glossary
    4. Create and manage browse sequences
    5. Work with See Also and Related Topics
  8. Conditional content
    1. What is conditional content
    2. Create and apply condition tags
    3. Configure output presets for conditional content
    4. Optimize and manage conditional content
  9. Microcontent
    1. Microcontent
  10. Review and Collaboration
    1. Review and Collaboration
  11. Translation
    1. Translating content to multiple languages
    2. Configure a translation framework for a service provider
  12. Skins and master pages
    1. Work with skins
    2. Work with master pages
    3. Work with labels
    4. Customize PDFs
    5. Introduction to Frameless Skin Editor
  13. Generating output
    1. Generate output
    2. Generate Frameless output
    3. Generate Knowledge Base output
    4. Generate PDF output
    5. Generate Responsive HTML5 output
    6. Generate Word Document output
    7. Generate Content Only output
    8. Generate eBook output
    9. Generate Microsoft HTML Help output
    10. Generate Mobile App output
  14. Publish output
    1. Publish to a RoboHelp Server
    2. Publish to an FTP server, a Secure FTP server, or a File System
    3. Publish to SharePoint Online
    4. Publish to Zendesk Help Center
    5. Publish to Salesforce Knowledge Base
    6. Publish to ServiceNow Knowledge Base
    7. Publish to Zoho Knowledge Base
    8. Publish to Adobe Experience Manager
  15. Appendix
    1. Adobe RoboHelp Scripting Reference
    2. RoboHelp keyboard shortcuts

Learn how to author and customize your content, and preview your work in real time.

RoboHelp allows you to access your authored content in three different views - Author view, Source view, and Preview. You can easily switch between the three views by clicking the corresponding icon from the right corner of the Standard Toolbar, as illustrated below.

Switch between the views
Icons of the three views in the Standard Toolbar

A. Author View B. Source View C. Preview 

Author view

The Author view uses the built-in “What-You-See-Is-What-You-Get” (WYSIWYG) editor and provides an easy-to-use interface for authoring your content. You can use Author view to insert elements, such as hyperlinks, images, multimedia in topics, pages, and more. Author view also allows you to author different types of content, such as topics, master pages, snippets, table of contents, style sheets, and more.

Source view

The Source view allows you to author content by writing its HTML, CSS, or XML source.

To activate the Source view, open a topic, master page, or any source file. Then, select Source View from the top-right corner of the standard toolbar. It will show the source content of the file.

To edit a specific section of your content, you can select the section and then click the Source icon. It will highlight that section in your source content.

Preview

The built-in Preview window allows you to see how a topic, snippet, or a master page will look like when the output is generated. You can quickly preview, verify, and fix the appearance of each topic without having to generate the entire output.

To activate the Preview, open a topic, snippet, or master page, or any source file. Then, click Preview icon  from the upper-right corner of the standard toolbar. It opens the current topic's preview mode that has following features:

Filters

You can modify the appearance of your content as per your requirements by applying following filters from the 'Filters' panel:

Apply Condition. You can verify the application of Condition Tags and Condition Expressions in a topic's preview mode using the 'Apply Condition' drop-down menu.

You can either apply Condition Tags or Condition Expressions to your content and not both. The 'Apply Condition' drop-down menu appears only when you apply a condition to your content.

To apply Condition Tags:

  1. Click the 'Apply Condition' drop-down arrow from the Filters panel in the topic preview mode.
  2. Select 'Condition Tags' radio button. It displays a list of condition tags that you have applied.
  3. From the list, select the check-box for condition tag that you want to view. It will display the content tagged with the selected condition tag.  

To apply Condition Expressions: 

  1. Click the 'Apply Condition' drop down arrow from the Filters panel in the topic preview mode.
  2. Select 'Condition Expression' radio button. 
  3. From the 'Condition Expression' drop-down menu that appears, select an expression that you want to apply. It helps you evaluate how the content will appear in the output when the condition expressions are applied.

Highlight selected condition tags. You can select this option to see where a particular condition tag is applied. It highlights the content with the condition tag color.

Expand All Text. It shows an expanded view of all the content added as expanding text and drop-down text. 

Collapse All Text. It hides all the content added as expanding text and drop-down text. 

View With

The 'View with' icon on the Standard Toolbar allows you to see the preview in any of the web browsers installed on your system. You can click the 'View with' icon to see the list of available browsers, and select any of them to preview with.

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