When starting a new Help project in Adobe RoboHelp, complete the New Project Wizard dialog box carefully. Pay particular attention to the third box, which determines on what drive and in which folder your project will be stored. If you're working on a computer that resets after each session, saving your project to the hard drive could cause you to lose your work.
If you want to work from your flash drive, make sure you choose the drive letter associated with your flash drive! If you save your work to the hard disk drive, you will lose your project when you log off!
Once the new project opens in RoboHelp, confirm in the Outputs(SSL) pod which output you wish to use. By default, a new RoboHelp project uses the Responsive HTML5 output, but another format, such as WebHelp, may be more appropriate depending on your subject, audience, and desire to customize the output.
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