Single sourcing can be confusing:

  • Does it mean having one source of content or re-using content in multiple outputs? Or something else?
  • Does it require XML and a CMS or can you single source using RH?

In fact, RH has been a single sourcing tool since its first release and has continued to expand its capabilities into RH10.

In this presentation, we’ll look at the options in RH that support single sourcing, including conditionality, snippets and variables, and single source layout creation. We’ll also review the different output formats that RH supports in order to help attendees select the formats that best meet their needs.

At the end of this presentation, you’ll have a solid understanding of how to use RH as a single source authoring tool.

The presenter, Neil Perlin, is an internationally known consultant and president of Hyper/Word Services. Neil is a 33-year veteran of tech comm, a 26-year veteran of hypertext, a 21-year veteran of RoboHelp, and has been working with the evolving "mobile" market since 1998.