For a schedule and additional information, see ComponentOne's web site at www.componentone.com.
You can also contact the Paul Neshamkin Group to schedule onsite or online training based on the training materials developed by Paul Neshamkin and M J Plaster for ComponentOne for Doc-To-Help 2007. Paul also offers Doc-To-Help 2008, 2009, AND 2010 training based on the materials developed by ComponentOne..
Since ComponentOne first released their first version of Doc-To-Help nine years ago, a lot of improvements and functionality has been added. Starting with Doc-To-Help 2008, ComponentOne introduced a completely new use interface. If you took a quick evaluation of the earlier releases, it's certainly time for you to re-evaluate. With the release of version 2011, Doc-To-Help is proving itself to be powerful, highly reliable, and easier to use. Among the changes in Doc-To-Help that are really exciting is support for editing your documents in an internal XML editor. You can also choose to author in the HTML editor of your choice, and, of course, you can still author in Word. The addition of the Doc-To-Help Markup Language (D2HML) in version 2007, allowed the author to use styles to markup the source documents in Word or HTML or XML to create any of the behaviors (links, conditional text, keywords, etc.) that will used to create the Help target output. Source documents can be edited independently of the program, and reused and included in any project. Integration with Microsoft SharePoint technology allows for both Team Authoring and Translation Management Libraries.Although the full list of new features is impressive and extensive (you can find them at http://www.componentone.com/), what I really like are the improvements in flexibility, reliability, and ease of use. Doc-To-Help is ready to take on the HAT world.
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Paul Neshamkin Group will be at the WritersUA Conference in Long Beach, CA from March 13-16, 2010. He will be taking part in both the Help Tools and Microsoft Help Labs.
For more information, see the WritersUA web site.
Last revised on February 25, 2011