Convert paper documentation, particularly software user guides, into Windows Help and HTML. Many tools exist that would appear to do the job, but unlike Single Source they tend to be limited in the automatic creation of the following: "What?s This?" help, MAP file (for linking to a program), Contents file, Related Topics lists, hypertext links, and help index. Requires Microsoft Word and Help Compiler.
Single Source is ideal for developing the user documentation for an application. You can use it to create paper, Windows help and HTML documentation from a single source. Many tools exist that would appear to do the job, but unlike Single Source they tend to be limited in the automatic creation of the following:"What’s This?" help, obtained from low-level sections that have a particular heading style. MAP file, allowing you to link a Help file to the application it documents. Help Contents file, derived from the Table of Contents in the source document. Related Topics list for each topic, derived from the primary keywords in the index terms for the topic. When reading a topic in the Help file, you can click a button to display a list of topics that are related to it. Hypertext links, derived from cross-references (for both Help and HTML). Help index, derived from the paper document index.
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