Doc-To-Help 2010v1 Focuses on Teamwork and User Control
PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA, - February 10, 2010 - The most trusted name and award-winning product in the Help authoring tool market, Doc-To-Help today announced the release of Doc-To-Help 2010. Best known as the all-in-one authoring and publishing solution, Doc-To-Help is used to produce desktop, Web, or print deliverables.
With this release, Doc-To-Help integrates with Microsoft Team Foundation Server (TFS). By using the industry standard in source control systems, the Doc-To-Help 2010 interface integrates seamlessly with a company’s existing infrastructure and workflow. Doc-To-Help provides one interface for companies to manage and distribute their documentation, plus source and version control.
For users looking to convert their projects, Doc-To-Help 2010 debuts the ability to convert any RoboHelp project to Word, HTML, or Doc-To-Help’s XHTML format. “By converting your RoboHelp projects for use in Doc-To-Help’s editor, you can produce XHTML content that conforms to the strict specifications,” said Dan Beall, product manager at ComponentOne. “We offer an all-inclusive experience where you can work inside the application and create content in an editor modeled after Microsoft Word.” The other conversion feature in the Doc-To-Help 2010 release allows users to completely convert lists to XHTML with ease when converting from Word.
Since day one, Doc-To-Help has been focused on improving the user experience, and this release is no exception. Doc-To-Help 2010 delivers these three new features with rich benefits: collapsing sections interface, nested lists, and page break control.
Collapsing Sections Interface: The Doc-To-Help toolbar allows users to define collapsing sections in any of the three authoring environments; therefore, users may easily organize online content without needing to know how to code.
Nested Lists: Many editors on the market do not handle nested lists well, but with the Doc-To-Help 2010 editor users can create nested lists as easily as they can create them in Microsoft Word.
Page Break Control: Now users may specify where page breaks should fall for print outputs. The ability to specify this behavior in a project eliminates one of the biggest challenges in single sourcing.
Doc-To-Help shares its knowledge of the industry and the experience of its technical staff by offering online instructor-led training, manuals for self-paced learning, and custom classroom sessions. The Doc-To-Help website has case studies and testimonials where clients have, compared to other Help tools, saved an estimated four months of development time and reduced production and maintenance costs by 50%. Visit www.doctohelp.com to learn more.
Pricing and Availability
ComponentOne offers the full version of Doc-To-Help for $900.00 per user. Those who purchase Platinum support will receive free updates, product enhancements, and new products during its term. You may purchase ComponentOne Doc-To-Help online at www.doctohelp.com or by telephone (800.858.2739 or 412.681.4343).
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Doc-To-Help has been the premier authoring and publishing tool in the market since 1991. It enables technical communicators, policy writers, and other content creators to author in Doc-To-Help's XML-based editor, Microsoft Word, or HTML, and publish to the Web, Help systems, or printed manuals with a single click. ComponentOne is the only vendor that gives users everything needed to create documentation deliverables in one application. Its unique combination of editing, single sourcing, and publishing technology translates to significant time savings and the highest level of quality. Since Doc-To-Help is the complete documentation solution, the need for additional tools has been eliminated.
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