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Hai..

I implemented one web application that is related to some ticket tracking system so i want to implement help document in that application. So how can i create .CHM file for Web Application and how to integrate that help document in to my web application.


Please any one help me in that........
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You mentioned help document. So I am taking the liberty to assume that you are talking about static HTML.

Here are some pointers that will help you.

http://www.helpndoc.com/[^]
OR
this[^] along with this[^]
OR
http://helpandmanual.com[^]

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a.anvesh 6-Feb-14 1:58am
   
Dear CoderPanda...

Can you please provide detail information. and how to integrate that help document..
CoderPanda 6-Feb-14 2:07am
   
That depends on which one of the suggested methods you are trying. What did you try and where are you stuck?
a.anvesh 6-Feb-14 2:33am
   
I am new to this concept .. thats why how to strat only my biggest problem...
CoderPanda 6-Feb-14 3:03am
   
Okay, no problem. We all start from the beginning.
First - do you know what a chm file is? If not then please read about it online - shouldn't take more than 10-15 minutes to get a basic idea.
Second - go through the links given and try to make a decision about which one to go with.

Then write back with your decision. I will guide you from there.
a.anvesh 6-Feb-14 5:12am
   
ok i know about .chm files..

I installed helpndoc software in my PC and i created one chm file and now what i have to do?
CoderPanda 6-Feb-14 5:28am
   
Okay. Do you have your documentation/help content ready? Is this in html format at this point? Now you will have to use the tool to convert that format to chm files.

Have a look at this:
http://www.helpndoc.com/sites/default/files/documentation/html/index.html

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