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ComponentOne Releases Studio Enterprise Doc Edition -- Combines Award-Winning Suite of Visual Components With Doc-To-Help Enterprise

ComponentOne today released Studio Enterprise Doc Edition. This toolset is targeted at software developers and authors creating and documenting .NET Windows, Web and Mobile applications. It combines ComponentOne's award-winning products, Studio Enterprise and Doc- To-Help Enterprise. Studio Enterprise Doc Edition delivers ComponentOne's flagship suite of .NET 1.x and 2.0 components, as well as Doc-To-Help, their single source Help authoring tool used to aid authors in creating technical documentation and Help systems including automatically generating internal and end-user documentation from .NET assemblies and XML comment files.

"We are pleased to provide the software development and Help authoring communities with a unique combination of solutions. For years, .NET developers have trusted the Studio Enterprise suite of components as well as our robust Help authoring tool to efficiently develop and document their applications," said Gustavo Eydelsteyn, managing director of ComponentOne.

"Together these products provide our users with a unique solution for delivering the most cutting-edge applications complete with top-shelf user assistance materials. All of this while preserving valuable resources and saving countless hours in development and documentation."

Studio Enterprise, the most comprehensive suite of visual components for Windows, Web, and Mobile application development, accelerates visual development with drag and drop tools that simplify the design-time experience and extend the power of Visual Studio 2005. To learn more about Studio Enterprise visit: http://www.componentone.com/enterprise.

Doc-To-Help Enterprise empowers users to author or import documentation in Microsoft(R) Word or any HTML editor to create online Help systems and professional printed manuals. Help systems produced with Doc-To-Help can be created in virtually any popular format including HTML Help, Cross-Platform HTML-based Help, JavaHelp, WinHelp, Visual Studio .NET-style Help, and printed documentation. Most importantly for .NET developers, Doc-To-Help includes developer-focused features such as Documenter for .NET, enabling developers to automatically generate MSDN-style internal and end-user documentation from compiled assemblies and XML comment files. Other developer features include the context string editor, visual basic subscription and links to standard framework types in Help 2.0. To learn more about Doc-To-Help, visit http://www.doctohelp.com.

The Studio Enterprise Doc Edition includes a one-year subscription. This subscription delivers new releases, updates, upgrades, and online support for one full year for Studio Enterprise and Doc-To-Help Enterprise.

Pricing and Availability ComponentOne Studio Enterprise Doc Edition has an MSRP of $1,399.99. This price represents a savings of $599.99 on the combined MSRP of both full version products if purchased separately.

Orders may be placed via the ComponentOne Web site (http://www.componentone.com or http://www.componentone.co.uk), telephone (Pittsburgh, PA, USA: 800.858.2739 or 412.681.4343 outside the U.S.A.; ComponentOne Europe: 0800 328 5271 or +44 (0) 1460 234636), and is available via ESD through ComponentOne's worldwide network of distributors and dealers.

About ComponentOne

ComponentOne is the premier provider of development and Help authoring tools for application developers using Microsoft Visual Studio .NET, and Borland(R) Delphi(R) for .NET, and Help authors who write and design Help systems. The ComponentOne products are used by developers and Help authors worldwide for developing mission-critical ActiveX, .NET, ASP.NET, and Mobile Device applications, and Help systems. ComponentOne has received numerous industry and user accolades for their component tools, including awards from Info World, PC Magazine, Programmer's Paradise, Software Development Magazine, SD Times, Vbxtras, Visual Studio Magazine, .NET Developer Journal, Society for Technical Communication, and Visual Systems Journal.

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SOURCE ComponentOne

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