- Series: Sams Teach Yourself in 24 Hours Series
- Paperback: 441 pages
- Publisher: Sams (October 25, 1999)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0672316250
- ISBN-13: 978-0672316258
- Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 1.5 x 9.5 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.7 pounds
- Average Customer Review: 2 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,808,136 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Sams Teach Yourself RoboHELP 2000 for HTML Help in 24 Hours (Teach Yourself -- Hours) Paperback – October 25, 1999
From the Back Cover
Sams Teach Yourself RoboHELP 2000 for HTML Help in 24 Hours quickly empowers you to create Help systems using Microsoft's new HTML Help format. Using her classroom-proven methods, Char provides you with an understanding of the new Help format, and guides you through the use of Blue-Sky's award-winning development tool, enabling you to create your own HTML Help systems quickly and easily. After completing the 24 1-hour lessons, you will be able to edit cascading stylesheets, include charts and other graphics in Help systems, create Topics and link them with hyperlinks, add HTML Help Objects for increased functionality, create easy to use navigation systems, and much more without writing a single line of HTML code.
About the Author
Char James-Tanny is a certified RoboHelp trainer with SOLUTIONS, Inc., instructing Help system developers since 1996. She has 20 years experience as a technical communicator and has developed Help files for clients including Toshiba Corporation, The Walt Disney Corporation, and Blue Sky Software Corporation. Char speaks on advanced Help topics at conferences sponsored by WinWriters, and provides support to the help authoring community through her web site at helpstuff.
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The error in logic mentioned in the second review was actually a typo in the layout codes...the code for a numbered list was used instead of the code for a bulleted list.
This mistake was first discovered in mid-February and has been listed on the book's errata page since late February. The errata page itself was made available in late October, 1999, after the book was first released.
For those who purchased the book before March, the mistake can be found on page 59 in Hour 5. This mistake (and several others) were fixed for the second printing, which started shipping in March.
I would have preferred to not rate this book, but it's a required field. I'm entering a 3 so that the current average remains the same. (Personally, I think it ranks higher than that! ;-) )
The structure for a good book is here, it just needs a few more months on the desks of some good editors.