I used to be a fan of CHM because of the single file concept, but now use HTML help (http://wiki.freepascal.org/Add_Help_to_Your_Application) because it very easy to pimp up plus every machine (no need to worry about the OS platform) has a web browser installed - no need to install viewers. Plus, if I ever wanted my applications to point at help hosted on my server(s), it would not take much since it's already in the required format!
I use "Help & Manual" and generate both help and PDF docs in one go from the same source - am extremely happy with it. I haven't tried any other competing products, though...
I am using HelpNDoc. Creating a help file is as easy as writing a
text with Word. The authors are offering a version which is free for
non-commercial use, it only adds a small banner to the file. The
professional version is sometimes available with a large discount at
Am 03.07.2015 um 22:34 schrieb Richard
When writing help files and documentation for your apps, what
are peoples preferences?