Component One Doc-To-Help for Word - ESD - Product Details
Doc-To-Help’s unmatched flexibility allows you to define Help elements, such as topic links, conditional text and glossary terms in the editor of your choice. Integrated toolbars and dialogs in Microsoft Word, FrontPage and Macromedia Dreamweaver allow you to visually create Help systems in the most powerful editors available while D2HML (Doc-To-Help Markup Language) allows you to use any editor you wish.
Feature Rich Help Authoring
Doc-To-Help is designed to give you every feature you need to create fully functional and customized Help files (in virtually any format) and printed manuals from a single source document, or set of documents. Use basic features, such as Topic Jumps and Pop-ups, or more advanced features like Conditional Text and Context Sensitive Help.
Enjoy Editor Independence
Doc-To-Help allows you to author content and configure your Help systems in your favorite editor. Doc-To-Help’s D2HML (Doc-To-Help Markup Language) makes this possible. D2HML is simply a set of styles contained on a customizable style sheet that is linked to your source HTML files. This eliminates the need for a proprietary editor. In fact, you don’t even have to have Doc-To-Help open until you are ready to create your Help files or printed documentation. Doc-To-Help reads these styles – and advanced properties that you can also specify directly in the HTML code – to create the Help system of your choice or printed documentation.
One-Click RoboHelp Conversion
Simply choose your RoboHelp HTML or Word project and click "convert". Doc-To-Help automatically converts the content, formatting and project settings into a build-ready Word or HTML source project.
Unmatched Subscription, Support and Service
Every copy of Doc-To-Help includes a subscription that delivers free updates and free e-mail support for a year. You get anything we release for Doc-To-Help and e-mail support and pay nothing extra. Gold Support Subscriptions and Telephone Support contracts are available and reasonably priced.
Doc-To-Help is committed to serving the needs of today’s Help Author now and in the future. We will publish and regularly update a technology road map containing our plan for XML and other emerging technologies, such as Microsoft Windows Vista (Longhorn).
^^ Single source authoring
Quickly and easily create and implement HTML Help, Cross-Platform HTML-based Help, JavaHelp, WinHelp, Visual Studio .NET-style Help, and printed documentation from one source document.
^^ Graphics and Screenshots
Easily include images in your project.
^^ Image Map Editor
Insert an image and add hotspot links to specific Help topics.
^^ Links, jumps, pop-ups, and more
Add topic links and jumps, pop-up topics, dynamic links, and cross-references.
^^ Dynamic Text Effects
Add dynamic text, such as expanding text, pop-up text, and drop-down text, to your Help files.
^^ Table of Contents and Index
Doc-To-Help uses information from your source content to automatically create a customizable table of contents and an index.
^^ Modular TOC Utility
Automatically populate all modular system Help files with fully functional table of contents links.
^^ Glossary Terms
Use the convenient toolbar buttons or styles to add and sort glossary terms.
^^ Natural Search
Add a Natural Language search engine to your output. Keyword search is also included.
^^ Context Sensitive Help
Automatically generate context IDs, or specify your own, to map topics to your application’s interface.
^^ Context Sensitive Help for Web Applications
Automatically generate context IDs, or specify your own, to map topics to your Web application’s interface. Help topics will appear in NetHelp, our Web-based Help output.
^^ Context String Editor
Use a convenient interface to define context ID strings for Help 2.0 and conveniently connect them to Help topics without writing a single line of code.
^^ D2HML (Doc-To-Help Markup Language)
Use D2HML to specify styles that translate into Help elements when Doc-To-Help processes the document.
^^ HTML Theme Designer
Use the theme designer to control the layout and appearance of topics for HTML-based platforms.
^^ Conditional Text
Use Doc-To-Help’s built-in conditional text styles to designate content for a specific output.
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Mfg Part No: ESD-DTHWORD-CU
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Shipping Weight: 1.0000 pound(s)
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