Operating system: Windows
Publisher: Sasha Reminnyi
Release : StepShot Guides 0.16.5
Antivirus check: passed
Last revision: Last week
If you want to write your own instruction manual, training manual, technical blog, or even software workflow presentation, look no further than StepShot Guides for a good, simple program to help you design the perfect manual for you and for your company.
Where Stepshot Guides really shines is in its screenshotting system, which allows you to take a screenshot with every mouse click. In a nutshell, by allowing for rapid-fire screenshotting with a single mouseclick, you can generate step by step descriptions without having to type a single word of text manually. And if you do need actual text, utilizing OCR technology, Stepshot Guides is smart enough to convert your screenshot's text to editable text, which you can copy and paste as you please.
Stepshot Guides also includes an intuitive PDF template editor, which requires zero knowledge of coding. Everything is simple and straightforward to use and results in a brilliant PDF export upon completion. And if PDF isn't quite your thing, Stepshot Guides also supports saving in Word format, as a video file, as an image file, as an HTML file, as a Powerpoint file, can be uploaded to Wordpress, or can be saved straight to the cloud for public storage. With StepShot Cloud, you can embed your saved content directly into an online support knowledgebase.
When building a manual, StepShot Guides works with a very simple and straightforward workflow: capture, enhance, customize, and export, allowing you to capture your screenshots, then enhance them, then customize them to your likings, before finally exporting them. This program was very easy to use and resulted in high-quality user manuals that creators of any level are capable of making. This isn't just for IT professionals. Even consultants and trainers could find use in this program, and as mentioned, no coding is required. Most of this is merely built on single click screenshots and drag and drop or copy and paste with images and text, respectively.
Creates a simple process to create your own training/user manuals