HelpScribble—The Complete Help Authoring Tool
HelpScribble is a full-featured, easy-to-use help authoring tool for creating help files from start to finish. You can create WinHelp (.hlp) files, HTML Help (.chm) files, a printed manual and online documentation (on a web site) all from the same HelpScribble project.
If you have previously used another help authoring tool, you can reuse your work by importing the HPJ+RTF files created with the other tool or by a help decompiler.
You can use the help files you make with HelpScribble to provide context-sensitive help with your Windows applications, no matter which development tool you use. You can also use HelpScribble to create stand-alone portable documents.
HelpScribble runs on Windows 98, ME, NT4, 2000, XP, Vista, 7, and 8. It can create help files for all these versions of Windows, and also for Windows 3.1 and 95.
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"I would like to say thanks for HelpScribble. It is idiosyncratic in one or two minor aspects, which is something I like actually, but it is so easy to use and makes the job of writing help files a pleasure. I followed the guidance given in your own "How to write a great help file" topic, and a reviewer of my product had this to say: "I think the help is some of the best written user assistance material I have seen for software of any kind - clear, informative and thorough". I'm happy to share the credit for that with HelpScribble."
26 June 2008, Australia
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"Your Help Scribble product is awesome. I downloaded the demo version and was able to complete in one week a help file project I have been putting off for a year. Your online demos are spot on. Its rare to find a software product that works as easily and as well as the author claims it will. I only hope my software package, the one I needed the help file for, works as well as yours. Thanks again for a great product."
2 December 2005, Indiana, USA