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Softany CHM to PDF converter http://lib.giveawayoftheday.com/Softany_CHM_To_PDF_Converter_1623690/

Softany CHM to PDF Converter will help you convert CHM files into Adobe PDF documents. In this respect, it is intended to avoid the limitations of the CHM format in relation to incompatibility issues with former Windows versions and other operating systems, its inconvenience for linear reading, its editing limitations and its incapability to print the whole document in a sequence. Softany CHM to PDF Converter is closely related to another application of the same type called Softany CHM to DOC Converter. In fact, they share the same interface and the only difference is the output format. So, if you are already familiar with Softany CHM to DOC Converter, it is very unlikely that you find any difficulties using this application. A series of steps will lead you through the conversion process. Actually, there is one single step that is absolutely necessary, which is selecting the input file, for the rest of the parameters will work just fine if you keep them just as they are. Additionally, you can configure the pages, select the elements you need to include in the target file and set the number of levels in the table of contents. Finally, there will be some enhancement options, like adding title numbers or hints after the hyperlinks and specifying when to start a new page. All in all, Softany CHM to PDF Converter is an easy-to-use application that excellently converts CHM Help into PDF files. It is not capable of converting batches of help files; nevertheless, it is highly improbable that you need to convert several CHM files at the same time. A limitation is that it needs Word 2007 or later to be installed on your machine, otherwise it will fail to convert to PDF and will convert to DOC instead. ... Publisher description: Softany CHM to PDF Converter is a program that can convert Windows html help (.chm) file into PDF with cover, table of contents, header, footer, page number and title number. The program can also extract content from each topic, hyperlink hints or PDF bookmarks.

chmProcessor (freeware) http://lib.giveawayoftheday.com/ChmProcessor_208102/ can create CHM (compiled HTML help) files from HTML and Word documents. It automatically splits the document into different sections using the title of pages. You can also create PDF , XPS, and JAR files as output. You need to install HTML Help Workshop from Microsoft - this is required for compiling the Help file. For creating PDF, you need to install PDFCreator.

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HTML Help Workshop http://lib.giveawayoftheday.com/HTML_Help_Workshop_48494/

= (freeware) Microsoft HTML Help Workshop, by Microsoft Corporation, it's offered to users for creating help files for Windows applications and web pages. It includes advanced text search capabilities and a 'favorites' tab to save the more often searched topics, themes and/or terms. The created help files (*.HLP) can be included to distribution packages and complete instalable Windows based applications. They can be compiled with the supported application or added to the distribution package. The application itself includes an image editor and a project manager, to help user on including the help file to the developed and compiled program. The generated Help file can include index and a table of elements to consult. Also keywords and direct hyperlinks to the corresponding contents. The output help file will include and ActiveX control and a single Java applet that will be used by any Internet Browser supporting Java and ActiveX controls. The HTML Help Workshop has a built-in compiler that will compress HTML code pages, images, graphics and different files into a small CHM format file, to be included in the application compilation, added to the application files into the installation package or downloaded directly from Internet. The program can also be used for creating tutorials and user guides to help users when run the distributed applications. It supports MS Visual Basic, HTML and Java script languages, and image formats such as png, gif and jpeg formats.

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