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Author-it is a help authoring tool and content management system for creating, maintaining, and distributing single-sourced content. Founded in 1996, Author-it Software Corporation is headquartered in Auckland, with offices in California, Washington State, the Netherlands, and New Zealand.
Author-it can produce documentation in the following formats:
- RTF, PDF, or Microsoft Word format for printed documentation
- Microsoft WinHelp (Windows Help)
- Microsoft HTML Help
- Oracle Help for Java
- Web and browser based help
Author-it stores all information as objects in a central database, called a library. Object types include books, topics, file objects, hyperlinks, styles, glossaries, tables of contents, indexes, and publishing profiles. The library supports multiple users.
The Author-it Base User module includes importing, authoring, and publishing capability. Further modules that can be licensed include:
- Offline Authoring
- Project Manager
- Localisation Manager
- MIF Import Filter
- Web based Editor
- Integration Server
- Xtend Authoring Memory
Third party licenses that may be required are:
- Author-it Home Page
- Author-it in Germany
- Author-it User Group
- Author-it in Russia
- YouTube channel
- Author-it Blog
- Author-it Knowledge Center
- Author-it DevHub developer community
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