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Adobe RoboHelp 2015: The Essentials by Willam van Weelden, Kevin Siegel

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Build Tags

A project can easily contain thousands of topics. When you generate an output, all of the topics are generated. But what if you want to exclude several topics from being generated? Using conditional tags, you can tag topics or topic content. When the time comes to generate, you can choose to create conditions that control which tagged content is generated. Using conditions, you can maintain one large project but generate multiple outputs; each output can have unique content. Content that is excluded from a output is not seen by your users.

Student Activity: Create a Conditional Build Tag

1.Open the conditional _build_tags.xpj RoboHelp project file. (The project is located within the RoboHelpProjects folder.)

2.View the Conditional ...

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