Using the command line
You can run scripts by entering a command in the following format:
Robohtml.exe -x [scriptfilenames]
You can specify multiple script filenames, separated by a space, to run one script after another. If the filename path contains a space, enclose the filename path in single or double quotation marks.
Using the Tools menu
You can use the RoboHelp scripting samples available at Tools > Scripts or create new scripts to run them; see the ExtendScript Toolkit documentation.
Using Windows Explorer
Double-click a script to open it in the ExtendScript Toolkit and run it.
Using ExtendScript Toolkit
Start RoboHelp directly from the ExtendScript Toolkit and run your scripts. To start RoboHelp, select Adobe RoboHelp [version] from the ExtendScript Toolkit pop-up menu. Click the Click To Connect To Target Application to run RoboHelp. The icon is green to indicate that RoboHelp HTML is running.note: If you don’t select Adobe RoboHelp in the ExtendScript Toolkit, and you try running a script, an error occurs.