Creation of help documentation is something that very few software developers like and do efficiently. At the same time, well-structured, detailed and easy-to-navigate manuals and help files are some of the most important elements of truly successful software products. If you are the author of an all-in-all excellent product, but don’t have the luxury of a few months for preparing your help materials, we recommend using HelpNDoc — a help authoring tool that will not only allow you to minimize this period, but will also make this task a thoroughly enjoyable experience.
HelpNDoc was created with simplicity of use, intuitiveness and elegance in mind. Unlike many competitors that are either good-looking, but useless, or powerful, yet hardly pretty, this software efficiently combines these qualities and offers a stunning interface that helps you get you work done a lot faster! HelpNDoc supports many standard output formats, including PDF, CHM, HTML and Word — all generated from a single source. But that’s not all — the program is capable of generating iPhone-compatible sites, web documents and even e-books for devices like Kindle! The ribbon-style interface of HelpNDoc provides quick access to index editing, topic editing and content editing tools, makes it super easy to embed media content into your documents and allows you to write and edit texts just the way you do it in Word.
If you need a no-brainer tool for efficient and comfortable creation of help files and manuals, no other program will come close to HelpNDoc in terms of looks and functionality. And, most importantly — HelpNDoc is completely FREE for personal use!
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