Go to Tools - VSdocman menu or press VSdocman button on standard toolbar. VSdocman dialog appears, select Project Properties pane. Set Output - General page.
A title of your documentation. It is used in help window title, TOC, topic headers, etc.
Specifies the output folder where generated file(s) are to be stored. Note, when you generate CHM documentation, don't use the output path with whitespaces! It's because command line compiler hhc.exe cannot compile CHM file to folder with whitespaces and it returns an error.
You can use the following path macros: $(ProjectDir), $(SolutionDir), $(VSdocmanDir), $(ProjectName), $(SolutionName) and $(ProfileName). For example you can define output folder as $(ProjectDir)..\..\VSdoc. This is useful when sharing .vsdoc project properties in a source control system.
Delete all files in output folder before compilation
If selected, all existing files and subdirectories in the output folder will be deleted prior to the compilation of new documentation.
External Files Folder
Specifies folder where your external files are located. Leave blank if you don't use any external files.
You can use the following path macros: $(ProjectDir), $(SolutionDir), $(VSdocmanDir), $(ProjectName), $(SolutionName) and $(ProfileName). This is useful when sharing .vsdoc project properties in source control system.
Generate compilation report
If selected, a report with the compilation statistics will be generated. It is an Excel file named DocumentationReport.xlsx and located in the Output folder.