Features on this page are part of the Help Edition. They are also part of the
Professional and Enterprise Editions.
Re-use all topics simply by changing the output target! Build context
sensitive documentation in WinHelp and then publish the same information
as a fully functioning web site or as a compiled HTML Help system. Available
targets can be all six options or unchecked to reduce the options available
in the Properties boxes
Graphics from all sources are converted to the correct image file
format for each target and generated in the output folder for the project.
Output folders are generated beneath the main project folder for each
different type of target.
Map files can be created through the book properties page, or you
can include and import any existing map files provided by your programmers.
Context strings can be specified for each topic. The HyperText
Studio ensures you don't have duplicate context strings within your project.
Context numbers and the map file to use for each context string can also
be specified. Aliases can also be specified for each topic, making it
easier than with any other tool to see which topics have aliases.
Documentation on building context sensitive help applications is included
with the HyperText Studio - making it easy to get started straight away!
Assign topics on a keyword-by-keyword basis or assign multiple keywords
to each topic. Whichever way you choose depends on how you like
to work - the HyperText Studio gives you the flexibility to work the
way you want to!
Visually design project windows through the windows editor.
Drag and resize windows to the size you require or visually specify the
settings via dialogs. Use the button bar designer to create custom
button bars for your windows!
Link together multiple help files with the HyperText Studio's support
for creating multiple help files in a single project - all the linking
work is done for you! All you have to do is write your help file
and the HyperText Studio will do the rest!
Track down bugs in your help file by using the Messages tab of the
output window to see every call to the help engine! You can use
this information to figure out why a topic is not being displayed correctly.
Visually design the windows to be included in your project.
The HyperText Studio has full support for all the new HTML Help window
settings, including a visual tri-pane window designer.
Site Maps are automatically output by the HyperText Studio so users
can see your index and Table of Contents.
Create links using the new HTML Help ActiveX Control. The HyperText
Studio links dialog allows you to visually select your link options,
and the HyperText Studio takes care of outputting the links using the
HTML Help ActiveX Control!
WinHelp and HTML Help projects can be imported, looking exactly as
they were in any other authoring tool!
Printed Documentation can be imported in RTF format and the HyperText
Studio will create topics, links and an index based on the information
in the RTF file!
Distribute HyperText Studio Projects with the Setup Wizard. Use the
Publish menu to start the wizard. Choose the compiled project you want
Setup options include your title, the default directory for installation,
the name of the program group and a choice of icon to open the project
Generate setup routines for distribution on CD or floppy disks (to
span the total program over several linked setup files).
Include related components like .dlls or multimedia files needed to
run your project.
The single setup.exe presents a polished front end for your hypertext
projects particularly useful if it's being distributed as a stand alone
demonstration or reference system.
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