Past Webinars

Accelerating New RoboHelp Project Development

December 12th, 2017, at 9 am, PST

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Many people face the challenge of creating a plan in advance when they create a new project in Adobe RoboHelp. They have a body of knowledge they need to document, they may have a software schema that dictates the general order of their project, but they don’t spend a lot of time thinking about the structure in advance. They open a new project and start building it out.

In this webinar, you’ll learn that with a little forethought, you can provide order to your project, reduce your overall initial project build by approximately 30 %, and have a better concept of how your project is structured.

In fact, Lin Laurie can show you ways to create some of your initial indexing and other cross-linking that normally takes quite a bit of labor after you develop your topics.

By looking at a range of lessons learned from the field, we can bring to light the concrete potential benefits of MarComm and TechComm unification. See how companies have used (or have failed to use) the digital savvy and analytics of marketing teams with their technical communicator’s rigor and understanding of structure. Together, they can effectively and more broadly leverage reuse and multi-channel publishing.

The Saturday Series for STC

These links are part of a Saturday series of free webinars I started for STC International. The concept was to give them free to new graduates or those returning to the workforce to give people exposure to applications they’d be expected to know in the workforce but that they were not taught in school. For more information regarding this program, go to

Since our chapter has a large number of seats with its webinar tool, we were hoping other chapters would pitch in and teach some of the other tools and our chapter would host and record the seminars for all to use.



2017 Recorded Programs Now Available:

2018 Programs will be recorded and added as they are completed.