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I'm working for a small software company that used to use Word to
create their documentation and then used Helpbreeze from SolutionSoft
to create WinHelp files.
We've converted to Help & Manual, which we use to create pdf manuals
and online help. From what you've said, it seems it might be a good
fit... it's easy to learn and use and very flexible. I converted the
word files to rtf, and imported that file to H&M. I was impressed with
how easy it was to transition over. Plus they have an independent
forum with knowledgeable users to help you out if you have any
questions or concerns.
Have you downloaded their trial version and given it a whirl?
To me, the greatest pleasure of writing is not what it's about, but
the inner music that words make.
- Truman Capote
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