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Integrated Translation Management with Doc-To-Help and Microsoft SharePoint

1 hr Mar 1, 2011: 2:00 pm EST

It is a little known fact that Microsoft SharePoint includes easy-to-use tools for managing document translation. And it is even less widely known that Doc-To-Help’s integration with SharePoint gives you access to these features and automates processes and tracks changes, taking the pain out of managing a translation project. You can store your content (created in Microsoft Word, Doc-To-Help’s editor, or HTML) in a SharePoint Translation Management Library and use SharePoint’s built-in tools to manage your documents.

When a document is translated, it will automatically synchronize with the appropriate project and all you need to do is generate output. You can track a document's progress and a Doc-To-Help project's progress all from inside the Doc-To-Help interface.

Since SharePoint has free versions (and most companies already have it), you get a low-cost and easy way to manage the translation process.

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