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Creating printable manuals in MS Word format

 
If you'd like to edit and print the entire manual then the MS Word is what you need. Dr.Explain creates MS Word compatible RTF (Rich Text Format) files. It is a proprietary document file format developed by Microsoft in 1987 for cross-platform document interchange. Most text processors are able to read and write RTF documents.
 
 
MS Word format is good for printing documentation, while it may look slightly different in various readers on different operating systems, specifically graphics and embedded objects. These formats may be less convenient for complex documents with multiple pages and objects because of the significant amount of computer memory being consumed to display them.
 
With Dr.Explain you can easily create an RTF document from your help project and then open it with any popular text processing program, such as MS Word or OpenOffice, or else.