I'd like to deliver an IT tool for use on Windows. The thing is an ISAPI Filter, and I want to describe installation, operations, and configuration.
Currently this is done in a text file, which is fairly complete, but I think it is not very usable. I think I have a good handle on what should be in the documentation. I'd like input on the How part. What's the best way to deliver documentation for Windows web server administrators?
.CHM? .PDF? .DOCX? .HTM ?
EDIT: I had a text file, but it was getting really long, and it had limited facility for linking, cross-referencing, indexing, and organization. LEt's see, a major section gets underlined with equals signs, a subsection gets underlined with dashes... etc etc. So I tried formatting it this way but in the end the .txt file just did not scale.
Update: I selected SHFB. Here's the output HTML help. What do you think? usable?