Dr.Explain is a good software for designing help files for software. After developing a software, programmers need to educate users on different parts of the program. One of the best ways to get used to most software today is to put the program’s textual and visual guide in the app package and users can easily access educational content from the Help menu.
Help files come in a variety of formats, such as CHM, PDF, RTF and Html, etc. With Dr.Explain you can design all these formats for your program guide. The interface is simple and well designed and you can quickly design and submit your own guide without engaging with the user interface. A prominent feature of this product is the automatic analysis and detection of different parts of your application’s interface. For example, if you want to explain a different toolbar option, the program automatically detects its internal components and can describe the section using textual descriptions and various arrows. When you are done with just a click and select the desired output you can get the final help file in any of the HTML, CHM, RTF or PDF formats and link to this file in the Help menu of your program. It is noteworthy that the manual production programs are designed in small numbers and this program is among the best in terms of competitors both graphically and in terms of capabilities and ease of use.
Hardware: PC 1Ghz, RAM 512 Mb, HDD free space 200 Mb
OS: MS Windows 2000 / XP / 2003 / Vista / 7/8/10
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