Which would you prefer and why? (Help Tool)

Subject: Which would you prefer and why? (Help Tool)
From: Rigo Vangheel <rigo -dot- vangheel -at- 4st -dot- com>
To: techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com
Date: Wed, 31 Mar 2010 08:38:14 +0200

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If their goal is only to create files based help ie static html, than
the usual tools will do..
If however they want to be ready for the future and want to go web
based, HelpServer may be the better choice because it does it all.
Of course, static web help files can be generated from the same source
for those that are not connected to the internet or prefer offline help.
HelpServer also cretates PDF and a lot of other formats.
Because HelpServer is server based it is also the right solution to
deliver dynamic content based on the users profile. Each audience gets
what it needs and only what it needs..
And all content is maintained in a CMS that garantees consistency,
integrity and managebility, no broken links.
For more information contact marketing -at- helpserver -dot- eu


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