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Help Systems, Structured Authoring, DITA, Hypertext, Documentation Technologies

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Help Development and Consultancy Services

HyperWrite was one of the earliest adopters of the HTML Help technology from Microsoft, and the Web-based Help technologies that followed, and has unrivalled expertise in the field.

If you would like to explore the benefits of Help systems or single-sourcing of paper and online documents, we would be very pleased to discuss the options with you.

Key Benefits

  • Unique record of innovation in applying new hypertext technologies.
  • Complete range of services, including training, consultancy, project management, knowledge transfer, and outsourcing.

How HyperWrite can help...

  • Outsourcing (in whole or in part) of design and writing of HTML Help (.CHM), WebHelp, or other types of oline documents.
  • Advice and support for Help authors working on Help and online documentation projects.
  • Advice and support on single-source publishing.
  • Advice and support on Responsive Web Design, and mobile user assistance.
  • Advice and support for Help authors with Help Authoring tools (see also, Training).
  • Advice and support for programmers on context-sensitive Help APIs.


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HyperWrite has always been an innovative and progressive company. We are an Internet-homed company, in that we no longer maintain a physical office. We continually invest in enhanced technical infrastructure, which provides good broadband connection speeds and virtual private network access, along with emerging tele-communications facilities such as VoIP. Our small team works from home or on-the-road. Our customers are located around Australia, and in a number of distant parts of the world.

Some of our clients are also Internet-homed, including Affinitext, a company specialising in converting legal documents into a highly-functional hypertext format.