(PRWEB) March 22, 2007
Indigo Byte Systems announces today the immediate availability of Dr. Explain 2.5, the newest version of a professional help authoring tool for rapid creation of help files and user guides. The team of developers from Indigo Byte Systems has embodied the most advanced technologies in Dr. Explain 2.5 and produced a new generation help authoring tool that creates CHM help files, HTML on-line manuals and other printable documentation almost automatically. Today's software products market is very competitive and, to stand out from the dozens of competitors, your product must not only be the most efficient and sophisticated, but also easy to use and understand. With Dr. Explain 2.5 in place, software help documentation will be clear and comprehensible to anyone.
What's New in Version 2.5?
Dr. Explain has been updated significantly and now includes a number of new features. All advanced and regular features of the previous version have been updated as well. All this has improved the program's efficiency, helping developers, ISV and microISV, technical writers quickly create more advanced help documentation. The program promptly creates interactive screenshots with references, exact and distinct menus and navigation links. Version 2.5 allows fast help authoring due to automatic window documenting and screens hot taking. Now there is no need for additional screen capture tools and all the data are kept in a single portable source file that makes possible multiple output formats from a single source. Dr. Explain 2.5 contains predefined visual templates that enable customizing the appearance quickly, and lets it be easily plugged into a web site or applied to a corporate style. The new version also offers sub menus (standard Win32) autocapturing, command line generation of HTML, CHM, RTF, project validation and compacting tools, mouse-over pop-up windows (Java Script) to show the descriptions associated with controls and navigation through hyperlinks in preview mode. Dr. Explain 2.5 is also capable of producing print versions of pages for on-line help. Dr. Explain 2.5 has many other useful improvements! For more information look at http://www.drexplain.com/versions/.
The latest version of Dr. Explain is even easier than before. Despite hundreds of useful features, the program is a real pleasure to work with thanks to its transparency and simplicity. Dr. Explain 2.5 has everything necessary to make a professional user-friendly help file in one package and, most importantly, sells at an affordable price, only $125.
Pricing and Availability
Dr. Explain 2.5 runs under Windows 2000/XP/2003 Server/Vista and costs $125 (USD) for a single user license. For other types of licenses, please refer to http://www.drexplain.com/order/. Additional information on Dr. Explain, a live demo, samples of Dr. Explain-generated help files, created by real users and its evaluation copy is available from http://www.drexplain.com. Members of the press are kindly invited to ask for a free license to review the application.
About Indigo Byte Systems
Indigo Byte Systems was founded as an alliance between the former UTrackSys.com and the Cognitive Force Group. The company specializes in desktop software development, PDA software, mobile solutions, web design, SEO optimization and custom software development. The Indigo's products have been adopted by thousands of corporate, private and ISV developers and technical writers. Many testimonials from Indigo's clients confirm that Dr. Explain, and the other products of the company, have been very helpful in saving time and money and have given them a competitive advantage. Indigo's catalog includes Universal Tracking System, a multipurpose tracking tool (http://www.utracksys.com), and a wide range of software for mobile devices (http://j2me.utracksys.com). For more information, please visit http://www.indigobyte.com.
Note to editors: Please, let us know if you have questions or would like to review Dr. Explain 2.5. Contact Dennis Crane to get more information. A registration key to the product is available upon request to all editors considering a review.