Paper Killer is an easy-to-learn and sophisticated application that provides a professional way to create numerous drafts, using a wide variety of formatting and altering elements, save the result to various types, and supports plug-ins.
It's wrapped in a cluttered yet accessible interface that comes with a central word editor, a toolbar with quick commands, a grid ruler, and other functions in plain sight. During its first run, an automated tutorial is played that guides you through its most basic options, to get quickly familiarized. In addition, it offers a few playback controls, which you can use if the tutorial moves too fast. It features pause, rewind, restart, along with speed tuner.
You can create a new hypertext file or a normal document, by making them from scratch, or open an existing item from the computer. The supported formats are AEH, BAK, RTF and TXT. It's possible to edit the content using a broad range of options, such as fonts types, styles, colors and sizes. In order to organize the text better, you can choose the proper alignment, indent, and insert bullet and number lists. There's also the option to add links, images, tables, and audio or video files.
Paper Killer also comes with features focused on entering HTML components, letting you edit the keywords and properties, as well as insert Flash animations, to capture the reader's attention. In addition, you can also create covers and table of contents, so that your topics are easier to spot. When finished, you can choose to save the output to different file formats, to best suit your preferences. Some choices include standard HTML, WinHelp, HTML Help, JavaHelp, TXT, RTF. Before exporting, you can preview the files in the browser.
Overall, Paper Killer enables users to create eye-catching help documents that can be edited in all sorts of ways, using simple as well as advanced options for its text, links, and HTML elements. The result can be exported in many distinct formats, depending on your needs.