With HelpSmith, creating a CHM HTML or Web Help system as well as a Printed Manual is no longer a problem. You have the power of dynamic styles, advance way to manage graphical files and do not have to learn anything to create first class Help files
Version: 22.214.171.1248HelpSmith is an innovative help authoring tool which allows you to create CHM HTML Help files, Web Help , Word RTF, PDF, and Printed Manual Documentation from a single source.
License: Free To Try $199.00
Operating System: Windows
The reliable help authoring system includes a powerful Word-like unicode text editor with dynamic styles and live spell checker, advanced approach to working with multimedia files, and many other useful features.
HelpSmith enables creating documentation from start to finish and also enables importing help topics from HTML, Word RTF, TXT files that can be written in different ANSI encodings.
You can use HelpSmith to provide help files for your application in different output help formats such as context-sensitive HTML Help files, a standard help format in Windows.
HelpSmith has complete support for all the features of CHM Help, so you can build the tree-type Table of Contents, alphabetical keyword Index, also you can customize html help's help windows, etc.
The "What-You-See-Is-What-You-Get" principle makes the process of using HelpSmith as easy as using a regular office application.
And, in fact, you do not have to learn any technical details to create professional CHM files and other documentation with the HelpSmith authoring tool.
Version 126.96.36.199: HelpSmith is now a DPI-aware application. Added the "Zoom" feature to HelpSmith's Word Processor and Image Tool. HTML Help (CHM) files now properly scale images and other objects on High DPI display mode. Fixed an issue with creating a Word document on High DPI display mode.
Version 188.8.131.52: Batch compilation mode to create multiple output formats with a single click. Compilation log to help you avoid typical issues in a compiled help file. Easier way to specify the destination filename or directory for a help file. Improved video support for compatibility with modern HTML5 browsers.