One of the silly things about me (which I suppose happens to everyone now and then) is that sometimes I’ll hear a word, and I’ll think of a similar word that doesn’t mean the same thing, and I’ll say the wrong word instead of the right word. Something like when your mom calls you by your sibling’s name instead of your own. I will call for my son, and instead either my husband or brother’s name with come out, or vice versa. Call it oral muscle memory.
For me, one of these such words is the name of a really cool tool that I have yet to master, but I can see SOOO many benefits to it, namely RoboHelp 10. You see, every time I want to say, “RoboHelp”, I say, “RoboCop”–cinematic superhero from the 1980s–instead. But the more I thought about it, they are a bit synonymous with each other. After all, in both cases, the main purpose of RoboHelp and RoboCop is to help people when they don’t know what to do or are in trouble. Stuck understanding some sort of software? More than likely, the Help menu used to get you unstuck was made with RoboHelp. Get in trouble and need a superhero? You call RoboCop, and he’ll get you out of trouble.
So, who would be the RoboCop of RoboHelp 10? Why, that would be Ankur Jain! He is one of Adobe’s resident experts on RoboHelp 10, and he’s going to be presenting a webinar tomorrow (my birthday!), August 14th from 10-11:30 AM (Pacific Time), called, “What’s New in RoboHelp 10?”
You can register for the webinar here:
Be sure to tell Ankur that the birthday girl, TechCommGeekMom, sent you! ;-)
Be sure to also check out the information of all the August webinars for the Adobe Technical Communications Suite apps at https://blogs.adobe.com/techcomm/2012/07/the-whats-new-series-hear-the-experts.html and see what other super information you can get there!