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How to Create API/SDK Reference Documentation in a Click with Doc-To-Help

1 hr Nov 11, 2010: 2:00 pm EST & Jun 11, 2010: 2:00 pm EST & Aug 17, 2010: 1:00 pm EST & Oct 14, 2010: 2:00 pm EST & Jan 12, 2011: 2:00 pm EST & Aug 18, 2011: 2:00 pm EST & Jun 23, 2011: 10:00 am EST

With Doc-To-Help, anyone can create MSDN-style reference documentation for .NET applications in a click. All you need are two files: an assembly file (.dll) and an XML comments file (.xml) and Doc-To-Help's interface to Microsoft Sandcastle will do the rest. You can even add other content (an introduction, or a tutorial, for example) if you wish and link it to the reference documentation.

And you can create six different outputs -- including the newest from Microsoft -- the Microsoft Help Viewer. (Other outputs are HTML Help, NetHelp, Help 2.0, JavaHelp, and WinHelp.)

Join us to learn how easy it is to create reference documentation with Doc-To-Help.

Who Should Attend:
If any of these apply, this session will be great for you.

  • Owners or evaluators of Doc-To-Help
  • Technical communicators who need to create Help and/or printed manuals
  • Manual authors who would like to use the content online or on screen
  • Software developers who need to write documentation
  • Users of Help authoring tools who are looking for alternatives