Create help documentation for Windows software, Java and Web applications much faster than ever. The Dr.Explain captures application windows, automatically recognizes controls, and creates annotated screenshots with numbered callouts and tags.
The Dr.Explain tool is exceptionally useful for authoring help files with many screenshots and technical illustrations. The built-in capturing tool analyzes internal structure of captured windows or web forms and automatically creates numbered annotations for all significant GUI elements: buttons, fields, options, menus, toolbars, and so on. You must just add some descriptive text to complete the topic. With other help authoring tools those operations would take hours while with the Dr.Explain you can accomplish it in minutes.
The Dr.Explain will analyze the structure of your software interface and will generate help topic drafts for it automatically. If you are a Web developer, then the HTML parsing capabilities will help you quickly document all significant parts of your Web site as well. It doesn’t matter what technology or tools you used to design your software GUI. The Dr.Explain can make help documentation for any solution.
With the Dr.Explain you can easily generate a complete array of user documentation in various formats from a single source file. The Dr.Explain can make CHM help files, HTML on-line manuals and printable manuals in RTF and PDF formats. Electronically distribute your help file with application; put it on your product website; or deliver it as a printed manual within the box.
The Dr.Explain is a professional level help authoring tool with many features at affordable price of $165(US) per license. The tool will pay for itself on the first project because it’s a great time and money saver. The Dr.Explain is a good choice for any software vendor, from micro ISV and freelancers, to big software development companies and studios.