As technical authors, we want to help end users cut through the information clutter and quickly arrive at sections of content that are relevant to their role, location or situation. Both Adobe FrameMaker and Adobe RoboHelp make it possible with a technique of conditionalizing called Dynamic Content Filtering. See how users can « self-select » and personalize content, use a combination of filters to dynamically change the Table of Contents, Index and Search (as well as the Topic content), and how owners can define publics to limit access to the document.
Author: John S. Daigle
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