It sounds like WWeP Pro is a better fit for your workflow. With WWeP,
you can pretty much create help by running a single command without any

With RH, you have to create a new project, import the Frame docs, and
then create the help. Oh, you'll most likely have to do a handful of
steps between importing the docs and creating the help. This will have
to happen every time you want to create a help file, whereas with WWeP,
you should only have to set up the project once.

Adobe has announced that they will update RH, but that won't happen
until next year. The only thing we know is that Frame and RH are in the
same product group.


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[ at lists.frameuse] On Behalf Of Gillian Flato
Sent: Thursday, September 14, 2006 6:22 PM
To: framers at
Subject: Robohelp vs. WebWorks EPublisher Pro


I am considering upgrading from WebWorks 7.0 to either WebWorks
ePublisher Pro or Robohelp X5. What experiences have you guys had with
both - going from Frame 7.0 to these, single-sourcing files, of course?

Which do you like better?
Does Robohelp have an edge since it's also an Adobe product?

What do you recommend? 

My final output is a .chm file. 

Thank you,

<mailto:gflato at> 

Gillian Flato

Technical Writer (Software)


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Milpitas, CA. 95035

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