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wvb says

Hi.

What type of file I have to use to make the help or documentatio of my items?

Must be a plain .txt file, or I can do it in a HTML file for example?

Thank you!

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segen says

You can make it .txt , I prefer .pdf .

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wvb says

Ok, thanks for the hint.

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jremick Envato team says

.txt, .pdf or .html is fine. Don’t use .doc or .docx or other formats that require software which some people might not have. :)

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contempoinc says

I use a simple plain .txt file, you can find a template below:

http://blog.themeforest.net/site-news/help-file-template/

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