Doc-To-Help adds translation support

ComponentOne Doc-To-Help 2011 also adds NetHelp search engine, build scheduler and user experience improvements.
January 20, 2011 - 17:15
Feature Release

Whether you are converting from RoboHelp or creating new projects, Doc-To-Help empowers you to create HTML or Microsoft Word content and convert it to virtually every popular Help file format or printed documentation.  Doc-To-Help Enterprise can produce help files in popular formats including HTML Help, Cross-Platform HTML-based Help, JavaHelp, WinHelp, Visual Studio .NET-style Help, and printed documentation. Since Doc-To-Help Enterprise uses a simple style markup to create Help systems, you have the freedom to use any editor. Doc-To-Help Enterprise 2010 supports Windows 7, Vista and the 2007 Microsoft Office System including seamless integration with Word 2007. Doc-To-Help Enterprise now offers integration with SharePoint which allows you to upload your content to a SharePoint library and take advantage of SharePoint’s management and workflow features. Doc-To-Help Enterprise also includes exclusive features such as one-click RoboHelp project conversions. Doc-To-Help for Enterprise includes updates and upgrades for 1 year. Platinum Support including 1 year of unlimited phone support also available.

The following editions are available:

ComponentOne Doc-To-Help is also available as part of ComponentOne Studio Enterprise Doc Edition.

Updates in 2011

New NetHelp Search Engine
Doc-To-Help’s NetHelp output has a new search engine with exact phrase, fuzzy, Boolean, and synonym search. The best part is that you don’t have to do anything. It is automatically built into every NetHelp output.

Build Scheduler
Doc-To-Help always allowed you to schedule builds via command line, but now there is a convenient interface to schedule one-off or recurring builds. Run your builds at night or start them and do something else while you wait.

Translation Support
Doc-To-Help integrates with SharePoint’s translation management features to help you manage and track translations.

User Experience Improvements
Every release contains a number of features and enhancements Doc-To-Help users are asking for. More items you will find in this release include:

  • Mark of the Web in NetHelp. Users will not get Internet Explorer warnings when running NetHelp on a local machine.
  • Improved picture resizing and a “close all documents” button in the editor. These two built-in editor enhancements help ensure that you will love to use Doc-To-Help.
  • New PDF Converter. You can now generate outputs using 64-bit operating systems.

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About ComponentOne

ComponentOne has provided a wide range of Microsoft Visual Studio components, IDE platform development tools and applications for over 22 years. This includes ComponentOne Studio Enterprise, which represents a broad and complete set of tools and solutions for Microsoft Windows, Web and Mobile application developers. ComponentOne has continued leadership in the Microsoft Visual Studio component industry and is a premier partner of Microsoft. It also offers ComponentOne SharePoint Web Parts, custom Web Parts that enable you to deliver rich, compelling SharePoint sites without writing a line of code; ComponentOne Doc-To-Help, a long-recognized product for technical communicators who write and develop Help systems; and ComponentOne DemoWorks, a screen recording tool to produce WMV, Flash, GIF, AVI, EXE and Java files.

ComponentOne has received numerous industry and user accolades including awards from SDTimes, The Code Project, TechWeb, Software Development Magazine, Visual Studio Magazine, Society for Technical Communication and SQL Server Magazine.

Headquartered in Pittsburgh, PA, ComponentOne is a privately held company with offices throughout the world.

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