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Adding a Document to a Project

Many times it is advantageous to have your Help file separated into several smaller source documents. One of the advantages of using separate source documents for each topic is that it provides you with the flexibility of having several authors working on the project simultaneously. Additionally, when changes are made to topics, Doc-To-Help only needs to compile the source documents that have been modified, greatly reducing the compile time.


Document Properties

Adding a Source Document

Creating a New Document

Modifying the Order of the Source Documents

Modifying the Document Hierarchy