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2.
Choose 
Microsoft® Word
and click 
Next
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3.
Choose 
Keep my content in Word
and click 
Next
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4.
Click the 
Add file(s)
button to select the file to add to the project. The 
Select Files for Import
dialog box 
automatically opens to the  
..\Users\<username>\Documents\My Doc-To-Help Projects
folder.  
5.
Double-click through the 
Samples
All About Pittsburgh Sample Word
, and
Documents
folders and select 
the 
PittsburghQuickTour.doc
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6.
Click the 
Open
button in the 
Select files for import
dialog box. 
PittsburghQuickTour.doc
appears in the 
wizard.  
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Note:
Word source documents are stored in the 
Documents
folder of the project. In this example, Doc-To-Help will 
automatically copy the 
PittsburghQuickTour.doc
to the 
..\Users\<username>\Documents\My Doc-To-Help 
Projects\Samples\All About Pittsburgh Sample Word\Documents
folder.  
7.
Click 
Import
and the document is imported. 
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8.
Click 
Close
. The imported document displays in the 
Documents
pane. The 
Documents
pane is "Home base" in 
Doc-To-Help. 
9.
From the 
Documents
pane, double-click the 
PittsburghQuickTour.doc
to open it. In Microsoft® Word, take a 
look at the 
Doc-To-Help
tab of the ribbon. With it, you can create links, add index entries, and more. Doc-To-
Help uses this information to create the final targets.  
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Now it’s time to learn more about specific Doc-To-Help features. Although the lessons below are divided up to make 
them more manageable, it is recommended that you do them in order so that you can see the progression of your project. 
Building and Examining a Target 
So far, we have done very little, but we have given Doc-To-Help enough to work with. If we build right now, we can 
take a look at what Doc-To-Help will do out-of-the-box — but first, let’s take a quick look at our Word document. If it is 
not already open, double-click the 
PittsburghQuickTour.doc
to open it. 
It is structured like this: 
Heading 1 — All About Pittsburgh 
Heading 1 — Pittsburgh Sports 
Heading 2 — Football 
Heading 2 — Baseball 
Heading 2 — Hockey 
Heading 1 — Pittsburgh Sites 
Doc-To-Help will use this structure to create topics, the Table of Contents (TOC), and automatic links. Close the 
document so we can build a target to see how it looks. 
In Doc-To-Help: 
1.
On the 
Home
tab, in the 
Target
group, click the 
Build
button. The default 
NetHelp Target 
(chosen earlier) is 
built.   
2.
Doc-To-Help prompts you to view the target. Click 
Yes
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Warning:
Your browser’s security settings may block display of NetHelp. Click “Allow blocked content” to view your 
target.  
Take a look at the target first. In the following example, we show Responsive NetHelp, which adjusts for any 
device. 
The TOC structure is based on the Heading styles. Since 
Football
Baseball
, and 
Hockey
were Heading 2s under 
the Heading 1 of 
Pittsburgh
Sports
, they were converted to subtopics. 
3.
Click the 
Pittsburgh Sports
topic in the TOC of the NetHelp target. The topic has three automatic subtopic links 
— 
Football
Baseball
, and 
Hockey
— which were created by Doc-To-Help based on the document structure. 
We will learn later how to add custom subtopics, but these are created automatically. 
In Doc-To-Help: 
1.
Click the 
Contents
pane button. The TOC is displayed. In this pane, you can rearrange the TOC any way you 
want and add/delete topics, but the automatically generated TOC is logical and can be used as-is if you like. The 
TOC in the 
Contents
pane looks exactly like the TOC in the NetHelp target. 
2.
Click the 
Topics
window tab. Each Heading 1 and Heading 2 is a separate topic in the project. This will make it 
possible to create links between topics and more.  
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Now that we have seen our baseline, let's add more to this project. 
Inserting a Graphic 
We are going to add a graphic to our source document, but first we must copy an existing graphic into our project.  
1.
Using Windows Explorer, navigate to 
..\Users\<username>\Documents\My Doc-To-Help 
Projects\Samples\All About Pittsburgh Sample Word\Media
.  
2.
Copy the 
Pittsburgh_Confluence.jpg
file.  
3.
Drop it into the 
..\Users\<username>\Documents\My Doc-To-Help Projects\Pittsburgh\Media
folder. 
Although you can use images from any folder, it is a best practice to store all of your images in your project's 
Media
folder. 
Just a reminder, the 
My Doc-To-Help Projects
folder can be found here: 
Windows® 7/8 
and
Vista:
..\Users\<username>\Documents\My Doc-To-Help Projects 
Now we are ready to insert our graphic. If it is not already open, double-click the 
PittsburghQuickTour.doc
in the Doc-
To-Help 
Documents
pane to open it. 
In Word: 
1.
In the 
PittsburghQuickTour.doc
, add a new line after the third paragraph, which begins with “The city of 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania…”  
2.
On the 
Insert
tab, in the 
Illustrations
group, click the 
Pictures
button to open the 
Insert Picture
dialog box.  
3.
Choose 
Pittsburgh_Confluence.jpg
and click the 
Insert
drop-down list.  
4.
Choose 
Insert and Link
. This is the recommended option for Doc-To-Help projects. 
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The graphic is now inserted in the document. 
By the way, you can quickly add a Flash movie to a document using the 
Flash Movie
button on the 
Doc-To-Help
tab. 
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