Doc-To-Help 2011 Simplifies How Documentation is Created, Collaborated, and Published
This announcement was prepared by ComponentOne.
PITTSBURGH, PA - January 20, 2011 - Doc-To-Help, a trusted name and award-winning product in the Help authoring tool market, today announced the release of Doc-To-Help 2011. This marks the first release of the New Year for the widely-known, all-in-one authoring and publishing solution. The translation support and new search engine features will revolutionize the way technical communicators improve the user experience in all its forms.Coincidentally, this release coincides with the twentieth anniversary of Doc-To-Help. Since its inception, Doc-To-Help has been the tool technical communicators turn to and count on for all their documentation needs. Doc-To-Help 2011 is no exception, and with this "platinum" anniversary, Doc-To-Help has released some features that are just that.
Dan Beall, Doc-To-Help product manager, stated, "This release focuses on what we’ve always done with Doc-To-Help. By automating processes and managing things behind the scenes, Doc-To-Help allows the writer to focus on writing great content, which is what they do best."
Doc-To-Help 2011 works with Microsoft SharePoint's Translation Management Libraries to help facilitate and track the translation process. Users may upload content to a Translation Management Library and Doc-To-Help will create a new project for each language a user needs and keeps them up-to-date on translation status. Doc-To-Help and SharePoint work together is the most efficient ways to manage a translation project.
The improved NetHelp search engine allows end users to find the information they need quickly and easily. With the addition of Boolean, exact phrase, fuzzy, and synonym search, Doc-To-Help 2011 supports the demands of even the most particular end-user.
Another platinum present Doc-To-Help brings the end-user in this release is the ability to schedule builds at their convenience. Doc-To-Help makes it easy to schedule builds at a specified time, daily or weekly. Beall stated, "Our in-house technical communicators have saved hours by scheduling build times. Their projects can now be built overnight and are ready-to-go when they arrive at the office in the morning."
The benefits of the Doc-To-Help 2011 release have global reach. To ensure that German-speaking users get a well-round set of supporting materials, Doc-To-Help 2011 now includes a sample project written in German.
The company offers purchase options online at www.doctohelp.com or by telephone (800.858.2739 or 412.681.4343).
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