October 18! Microsoft SharePoint integration with Adobe RoboHelp 10September 10, 2012
Coming up October 18!
End-to-End Microsoft SharePoint integration with Adobe RoboHelp 10
Register for free here. Join me and my colleague, Willam van Weelden October 18. Microsoft SharePoint is a growing platform for multi-author teams who need to keep their content synchronized. A growing share of SharePoint users now access their content from mobile devices and tablets. Adobe RoboHelp 10 provides an easy way to publish Multiscreen HTML5 directly to a SharePoint site to facilitate those devices. At the same time, the workflow provides version and source control integration between RoboHelp and SharePoint. This allows for files to be checked in and out. Authors can also publish native SharePoint files (.aspx) directly to a SharePoint site from within RoboHelp.
In this eSeminar you will learn how to:
Publish native Microsoft SharePoint (.aspx) format directly to a document library.
Reuse shared assets from a common repository on a shared location using RoboHelp’s Resource Manager
Use SharePoint as your source control tool with Check-in, Check-Out of files and keeping a history of your topic content all from a convenient toolbar right within RoboHelp.
Improve the Search Experience by taking advantage of both SharePoint and RoboHelp’s search capabilities.
Use SharePoint to facilitate RoboHelp’s PDF Review and Collaboration workflow to keep authors and subject matter experts in sync.
Presenters: This eSeminar is hosted by Adobe Certified RoboHelp Instructor John Daigle. John teaches and consults Adobe RoboHelp and Adobe Captivate and is based in Evergreen, Colorado. I’ll have a guest join me you won’t want to miss: Willam van Weelden. Register for free here.