Re: Online Help

Subject: Re: Online Help
From: "Bill Swallow" <techcommdood -at- gmail -dot- com>
To: pauln -at- helpauthors -dot- com
Date: Fri, 14 Jul 2006 15:15:21 -0400

Also, you must consider your needs before you consider the tools.
There are tons of excellent tools out there, and none are really
better in and of themselves than others. The real meat of the issue is
what do you need to create, in support of what type of application(s),
using what kind of source, in what kind of workflow?

On 7/14/06, Paul Neshamkin <pauln -at- helpauthors -dot- com> wrote:

You can get a good background and comparison of the various Help authoring
tools (HATs) on Char James-Tanny's site ( The
tools comparison matrix ( is a
good starting point. You might also visit the HATT Yahoo group at to learn more.

Bill Swallow
HATT List Owner
WWP-Users List Owner
Senior Member STC, TechValley Chapter

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