Helptrix is a help authoring system for creating professional help and manuals in several formats from a single source. Publish your manuals as PDF, HTML Help or as HTML with a single click, translate and maintain multi-language help systems.
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Description: Helptrix is a help authoring system for creating professional help and manuals in several formats from a single source. Start publishing your manuals as PDF, HTML Help or as HTML with a single click! Helptrix provides a tool for translating help or manuals to additional languages and maintaining multi-language help systems. With Helptrix you only focus on the content you are writing. You can set the formatting rules and appearance anytime. When producing output, chapters and topics are numbered, table of content with page numbers is created, figures and tables are numbered, description for links are created. All of this and more is in proper language and is done automatically for you. Context sensitive help is present in HTML Help output and with Helptrix also in browser based output in HTML format! Really easy, fully graphical assigning context help IDs from your application to topics in your help system. Helptrix is based on XML technology. All help content is stored in plain XML files, so it can be reused by another applications or created by another application from scratch as well. DocBook standard is supported, which means possibility of adding more output formats due to your needs. Take advantage of productivity and collaboration tools. One-click backup of your project directly to ZIP file or export your projects into ZIP archive and send it to all your translators via e-mail. When translated projects are back, import languages directly from ZIP file.
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