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Rick Stone
“Wow, just wow. With Adobe RoboHelp (2017 release), the new ability to import a folder (and all subfolders and content within) into the Baggage files, the time savings for this feature alone can easily justify whatever the upgrade price may be.” 
—Rick Stone, Owner of ShowMe Solutions
Willam van Weelden
“The search suggestions in the 2017 release of Adobe RoboHelp are fantastic—helping me find what I need faster. It knows what I need before I finish typing!”
—Willam van Weelden, Owner, WvanWeelden Consultancy
John Daigle
"My end-users like the new Frameless Responsive HTML5 layout designs in Adobe RoboHelp (2017 release) which are much easier to navigate on tablets and smartphones as easily as desktops. I don't have to go through hoops to get the branding I need to follow my strict design style guide. It's much easier with the new Responsive HTML5 Layout Customization Editor."
—John Daigle, Adobe Certified RoboHelp and Captivate Instructor, Evergreen Online Learning, LLC
Willam van Weelden
“With WAI-ARIA and 508 compliance in Adobe RoboHelp (2017 release), Responsive HTML5 is now ready for all situations. It's the only output I now use!”
—Willam van Weelden, Owner, WvanWeelden Consultancy
John Daigle
"In the tradition of innovation, Adobe RoboHelp (2017 release) remains the only help authoring tool that has a way for my end-users to zero in on the content they need with personalized Dynamic Content Filtering. This works according to role, location, product, or any other category the author needs to define. No other tool comes close."
—John Daigle, Adobe Certified RoboHelp and Captivate Instructor, Evergreen Online Learning, LLC
Rick Stone
“With the Responsive HTML 5 output in Adobe RoboHelp (2017 release), I can look like a CSS and JavaScript wizard with zero actual coding involved!”
—Rick Stone, Owner of ShowMe Solutions
John Daigle
"The new Auto-complete search feature in the 2017 release of Adobe RoboHelp really speeds up the process of finding the content my clients need. This Google-like predictive search function is something I have not found in any other help authoring tool."
—John Daigle, Adobe Certified RoboHelp and Captivate Instructor, Evergreen Online Learning, LLC
Rick Stone
“With each passing release of RoboHelp and new iterations of the Responsive HTML 5 output, we see fresh and exciting changes in functionality and presentation. With the 2017 release, help has never looked so stylish.”
—Rick Stone, Owner of ShowMe Solutions
John Daigle
"Among my personal favorites are in the tradition of Adobe RoboHelp’s user-friendly reputation. With the 2017 release of Adobe RoboHelp, my users can easily create a Favorite topic so that they can return to it later. They can also click on thumbnail graphics which provides a larger view without taking up a lot of screen real estate. Also important is continued compliance with Section 508 accessibility standards like those found in the Indigo themed HTML5 layout."
—John Daigle, Adobe Certified RoboHelp and Captivate Instructor, Evergreen Online Learning, LLC

 


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