Use snippets as topic templates, reuse topic content, automate topic writing and more in HelpNDoc 7.8

Use snippets as topic templates, reuse topic content, automate topic writing and more in HelpNDoc 7.8
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We are glad to announce the release of HelpNDoc 7.8, a major update of the popular help authoring tool which can be downloaded completely free for personal use and evaluation purposes. This major update includes many new features and enhancements such as the ability to insert documents and snippets' content into topics and to quickly convert topic content to snippets, new editor and user interface APIs to automate topic creation and modification, improved HTML and document importers and much more… Read on to learn more and download your free version of HelpNDoc now.

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Find and replace in script editor, single letter words support in HTML search engine, and more in HelpNDoc 7.7

Find and replace in script editor, single letter words support in HTML search engine, and more in HelpNDoc 7.7
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We are glad to announce the release of HelpNDoc 7.7, a major update of the popular help authoring tool which can be downloaded completely free for personal use and evaluation purposes. This major update includes many new features and enhancements such as a greatly improved script editor with find / replace capabilities and multiple new customizable options, the ability to index single letter words in the HTML search engine, new command line options to open a project at a specific topic, official Windows 11 support and much more… Read on to learn more and download your free version of HelpNDoc now.

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How to convert a Word document to a clean, responsive HTML 5 website

How to convert a Word document to a clean, responsive HTML 5 website
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Microsoft Word, and similar word processing software such as LibreOffice, are great to write and format documents meant to be printed, but not so good at producing HTML websites from those documents: they generate suboptimal single-page HTML / CSS code which is not optimized for different screen sizes and devices such as smartphones. By leveraging the import and export capabilities of a help authoring tool such as HelpNDoc (which is free for personal use), it is extremely easy to convert a Word document to a fully functional multi-page and responsive HTML 5 website.

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Analyze conditional content throughout your documentation using the fully redesigned project analyzer in HelpNDoc 7.6

Analyze conditional content throughout your documentation using the fully redesigned project analyzer in HelpNDoc 7.6
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We are glad to announce the release of HelpNDoc 7.6, a major update of the popular help authoring tool which can be downloaded completely free for personal use and evaluation purposes. This major update includes many new features and enhancements such as a brand new analyzer which can list conditional content throughout the project, a completely redesigned project analyzer with faster navigation and enhanced accessibility, an improved HTML importer which can download remote images, an enhanced Word importer, better documentation generation, and much more.

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Customize HTML topic names for improved SEO, enhanced CHM decompiler and importer and more in HelpNDoc 7.5

Customize HTML topic names for improved SEO, enhanced CHM decompiler and importer and more in HelpNDoc 7.5
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We are glad to announce the release of HelpNDoc 7.5, a major update of the popular help authoring tool which can be downloaded completely free for personal use and evaluation purposes. This major update includes many new features such as the ability to customize HTML topic names for improved SEO, an enhanced CHM decompiler and importer which can now handle keywords, additional API methods, enhanced documentation generation, and much more. Read on to learn more and download your free version of HelpNDoc now.

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Inline table of contents, greatly improved HTML documentation generation and more in HelpNDoc 7.4

Inline table of contents, greatly improved HTML documentation generation and more in HelpNDoc 7.4
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We are glad to announce the release of HelpNDoc 7.4, a major update of the popular help authoring tool which can be downloaded completely free for personal use and evaluation purposes. This major update includes many new features such as the ability to produce an inline table of contents in HTML topics, a new kind of hyperlink to “counters” instances, an enhanced HTML documentation format with better Core Web Vitals, a better syntax highlighter, improved documentation generation, and much more.

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Produce a Rich Text Format (RTF) file from your documentation project using the HelpNDoc help authoring tool

Produce a Rich Text Format (RTF) file from your documentation project using the HelpNDoc help authoring tool
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Even though the Microsoft Rich Text Format (RTF) could be considered as a legacy document format, it is supported by enough software and operating systems to be considered as highly portable and a great choice for cross-platform document exchange. Thanks to the HelpNDoc help authoring tool, you can produce your documentation projects not only as Microsoft Word DocX documents, but also as fully valid RTF documents, giving you a great choice of document format generation options.

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Import Markdown documents, duplicate builds and customize library output path in HelpNDoc 7.3

Import Markdown documents, duplicate builds and customize library output path in HelpNDoc 7.3
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We are glad to announce the release of HelpNDoc 7.3, a major update of the popular help authoring tool which can be downloaded completely free for personal use and evaluation purposes. This major update includes many new features such as the ability to import Markdown documents, the ability to duplicate builds, customizable library output paths, improved documentation generation, and much more. Read on to learn more and download your free version of HelpNDoc now.

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