ANN: HelpSmith 3.3 is Available for Download

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  • 6 years ago

    Hello,

    Divcom Software is pleased to announce the release of HelpSmith 3.3. HelpSmith is a powerful help authoring tool for quick creation of professional help systems (HTML Help, Web Help), Printed Manuals, and PDF documents. The new version includes improved Unicode support, the ability to use Flash and QuickTime animations, better compatibility of Web Help with Google Chrome, and other new features.

    HelpSmith constantly receives positive feedback from its users due to its simplicity in use combined with a professional feature set, and comparatively low price. We hope you will also find it useful.

    You can learn more and download HelpSmith 3.3 using the links below:

    Home Page: http://www.helpsmith.com Screenshots: http://www.helpsmith.com/screenshots.php Download: http://www.helpsmith.com/download.php

    What's New in HelpSmith 3.3: http://blog.helpsmith.com

    HelpSmith is available as a FREE evaluation copy. The product includes sample help projects which you can use for testing purposes. In addition, we have technical articles on integrating a help system with different development environments and languages (C#, VB.NET, Delphi, etc.).

    If you have any questions or comments, please do not hesitate to contact us.

    Sincerely, Eugene Ivanov support@helpsmith.com http://www.HelpSmith.com - Making Help Authoring a Pleasure to Do

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