If you are like most people, you would probably learn software by going through step-by-step guidance rather than watching a lecture. With this in mind, the Doc-To-Help Team has decided to launch a series of 90-minute hands-on online workshops we are calling Doc-To-Help Summer School. Each of these workshops are designed to walk you through the most essential functions of Doc-To-Help. There are three scheduled live sessions in which you will be able to follow the instructor with your own copy of Doc-To-Help. If you don’t have Doc-To-Help, just download a trial.
(Note 9/23/13: Doc-To-Help Summer School is now over, but you can watch all three sessions on demand here: Doc-To-Help Summer School On Demand.)
Doc-To-Help Summer School Sessions
Wednesday, June 26 2013: The Basics
Learn how to operate the basic functions such as starting a new project, adding content, and building outputs.
Thursday, July 11 2013: Branding Your Web-based Outputs
Learn how to brand your NetHelp output so that it matches your company’s branding using our visual theme designer.
Wednesday, August 14 2013: Single-Sourcing for Print, Web, and Mobile
Learn how to use one project to create various outputs for desktop, Web, eReader, and print.
The only thing you need before attending one of these sessions is an installed copy of Doc-To-Help. If you don’t already have it installed, get your trial here.