is a Help authoring tool
(HAT) created by the eHelp Corporation
and now owned by Adobe Systems
following the acquisition of Macromedia
The software is used by technical writers
to create computer help files in various formats, including:
Adobe RoboHelp 6
On 16 January 2007, notices were sent out announcing "RoboHelp 6". New features include command-line compilation, user-defined variables, build tag usage reports, conditional build tags, RoboSource Control 3, Microsoft Word import/export improvements, Adobe Acrobat Elements, and more. Articles at Adobe's Developer Center
describe some of the new features.
Adobe RoboHelp 7
On September 25, 2007, notices were sent out announcing "RoboHelp 7". New features include Unicode support, Vista and Office 2007 support, a more flexible user interface and cleaner editor. A description of the features can be found on Adobe's website
Robohelp 7 started shipping at the end of October 2007.