Sep 2, 2012

Become an eBOOK Publisher for eReaders, Desktop, Mobile and Tablet Devices

Technical documentation teams are now moving Policies and Procedures project content from the desktop to mobile devices and tablets. Adobe RoboHelp 10 supports the new ePub 3 (and ePub 2.0.1) as well as the Kindle Fire (KF8) formats. The publishing targets are eBook readers (such as Amazon Kindle, Barnes & Noble's, Nook, etc.) as well as tablets users (Apple iPad, Samsung Galaxy, BlackBerry Playbook, etc.) and even smartphones such as Motorola's Droid and Samsung's Galaxy S series.

In this eSeminar you will learn how to:

Prepare an existing RoboHelp project for generating to many devices using the new eBook Single Source Layout.
Optimize content maximum compatibility to adapt and accommodate a growing number of eBook readers and mobile devices.
Create an eBook Single Source Layout for ePub 3 and Kindle Book.
Enter Meta Information including publisher and copyright info as well as a Cover Image.
Validate the content in accordance with requirements of the Apple Store.

Presenters: This eSeminar is hosted by Adobe Certified RoboHelp Instructor John Daigle and his guest, Kevin Siegel. John teaches and consults Adobe RoboHelp and Adobe Captivate and is based in Evergreen, Colorado ( Kevin Siegel is founder of IconLogic and develops courseware for Adobe RoboHelp and many other Adobe products. He distributes his courseware using the ePUB format and is based near Baltimore, Maryland (

Wednesday, September 12, 2012
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM US/Pacific

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