RoboHelp 9 - Character Encoding

UTF-8 encoding was introduced in Adobe RoboHelp 8 but it did not suit those who were publishing to a server with a different default set. Adobe made a tool available to RoboHelp 8 users and that has been built into RoboHelp 9.

84 encoding formats are supported. The default is still UTF-8 but this can now be changed in the Single Source Layout configuration.