Server 10 – Setup 1-2-3
September 01, 2016
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm CEST (UTC+02:00)
If you are looking to try out RoboHelp
Server 10, join me and my colleague, Willam van Weelden in this webinar.
We will show you how you get started
with installation and configuration to try out RoboHelp Server. John and
Willam will show a live installation of the product and how to start
publishing in half an hour of work.
In this webinar you will learn:
What RoboHelp Server 10 is and what
the benefits are
How to install RoboHelp Server for
How to set up an area to publish a
How to publish from RoboHelp (2015
release) to RoboHelp Server 10
How to use permissions in RoboHelp
Server 10 to secure access to help
About the Presenters
John Daigle is president of Evergreen
Online Learning, LLC, based in Evergreen, Colorado. A frequent speaker
at national online help conferences, John is an Adobe RoboHelp and Adobe
Captivate Instructor. He has taught RoboHelp since 1992 and Adobe
Captivate since it was introduced. His speaking engagements include the
STC Summits in Minneapolis, Atlanta, Philadelphia, WritersUA in Seattle,
Rhode Island, South Carolina and Austin, Texas.
John is a member of the Society for Technical Communication (Rocky
Mountain Chapter) and has a Bachelor of Science degree in Journalism
from the University of Houston. He began his career in broadcast news as
a reporter for the NBC television affiliate in Houston, Texas. He is
also a member of the Adjunct Faculty of Metro State University of Denver
where he teaches RoboHelp and Captivate for college credit toward a four
year degree in Technical Communications.
You can also follow John on Twitter: @hypertexas
Willam van Weelden
Willam van Weelden is technical
communicator and Adobe partner from The Netherlands. As consultant, he
focuses on mobile support, RoboHelp and automation. He is also part-time
employed at Centric in the role of Product Owner of the Enterprise
Collaboration Suite, an MS SharePoint based DMS and collaboration
platform. Willam has a background in education and philosophy.
Willam is one of the people behind
HelpEssentials.com. Together with Jonathan Smith he strives to bring
better customisation and automation to the RoboHelp community.
You can also follow Willam on Twitter:
Adobe RoboHelp (2015
a new, innovative way to increase findability and personalize end-user
content in the new release of Adobe RoboHelp. Dynamic Content Filtering
lets authors create content categories (such as Roles, Locations,
Products, etc.) that allow the end user to ‘self-select’ the content
they want to locate. This personalized content is then delivered in
topics, as well as ‘on the fly’ from the Table of Contents, Index and
even the Search results."
will be updating more frequently. Since 1993, I'm proud to have
participated in the growth of the WWW and will devote more time to
creating fresh and relevant content for both Adobe RoboHelp and Adobe
Captivate at the new site. I wanted to keep this site up for archival
purposes, so it will remain indefinitely.
John Daigle offers
onsite and "virtual" instructor-led classes in Adobe RoboHelp and Adobe
For technical writers and
John Daigle for special training class dates or arrange for your own onsite
For more information
contact John Daigle for an eSeminar. John is an Adobe Certified RoboHelp and Adobe
Captivate instructor (Adobe Community Professional) and has consulted on Adobe RoboHelp Server since
With thousands of authors around the world using RoboHelp in different
environments, Adobe constantly gathers feedback in order to improve the
way it works. Here are some items that will help you make sure your
version of RoboHelp is working smoothly with the latest improvements.
Check Rick Stone's new Goober
Guides. Excellent Adobe RoboHelp tutorials.
Announcing a free Flare to RoboHelp
A migration path for Flare authors who want to
return to RoboHelp
Last year at WritersUA and STC in Minneapolis, several folks asked me if
there is such a thing as a converter for taking a
MadCap Flare™ project and
converting it to an Adobe® RoboHelp® project. Now there is a Flare
replacement for those who want to return their familiar favorite, RoboHelp.
more and download the Flare to RoboHelp Converter for free
"With a tight
deadline looming, and with other people on the doc team using
RoboHelp, I was faced with having to convert my Flare project to
RoboHelp as quickly as possible. John Daigle's "Flare to
RoboHelp Converter" was a blessing in disguise. I was able to
convert the HTML files, TOC, and Index entries into RoboHelp in a
matter of minutes. Even the conditional build tags converted
(although I did have to apply them to a very complex TOC
afterward). John's excellent customer service also made the
conversion a pleasure! Highly recommended on all counts."
Author and Technical Writer for these publications:
Macmillan Publishing, Pearson Education, Sybex,
Charles River Media, Thomson Learning, eFrontier, DAZ Productions