Enhanced command line documentation generation in HelpNDoc 5.4
Added: (Thu Oct 19 2017)
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Enhanced command line documentation generation in HelpNDoc 5.4.
La Colle sur Loup, FR, October 19th, 2017 IBE Software announced today it has released HelpNDoc 5.4, a major release of the easy to use yet powerful help authoring environment which exports to various help formats such as CHM, HTML, PDF, Word and mobile web-sites as well as eBooks and Qt Help files from a single source. HelpNDoc 5.4 now includes a rewritten command line parser for richer documentation build automation amongst other improvements. It is available as a free download from helpndoc.com
"I downloaded and tested quite a few of the best products and non held a candle". HelpNDoc provides a clear and efficient interface to build the most amazing CHM help files, responsive WEB based documentation, PDF and Word documents, ePub and Kindle eBooks as well as iPhone and Android Web sites from a single source without worrying about the inner working of help file generation. HelpNDoc users just have to enter or import their documentation in the built-in word processor and hit the "Generate" button to obtain a fully functional help file which looks exactly as they designed it.
Forget about bloated user interfaces and incomprehensible help authoring tools: HelpNDoc provides the most advanced functionalities in their simplest form. Creating HTML and CHM help files is usually a painful process but thanks to HelpNDoc you may surprise yourself enjoying it! Producing Word and PDF manuals, ePub and Kindle eBooks as well as cross-platform Qt Help files is as easy while the amazing template engine will let you generate iPhone specific documentation websites in a snap. You know how to use the Windows explorer and your favorite word processor? Then you already know how to use HelpNDoc: it's that easy! Add to that many powerful features such as live spell checking in a fully WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) environment, a state-of-the-art template engine, an integrated media library, and you'll begin to imagine how fast and easy it will be for you to create your next help file and how professional it will look like.
If you'd like more information, please contact Mr John Riche at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit us online at www.helpndoc.com
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