Building on another Code Project article that describes how to automatically generate documentation for your code files from embedded comments, Sune Trudslev explains how to integrate your auto-generated code topics into the Visual Studio help system. By doing so, you can access them like any other .NET documentation in Visual Studio: via F1, Search, the Index, TOC, and even the Dynamic Help window. Even if your team isn’t yet building a big, mission-critical enterprise application from the ground up, you should definitely look into working a push buttom documentation generator/integrator into your workflow. I recently downloaded a solution from a GotDotNet workspace whose classes had been well-documented in this way. It was like being a kid in a candy shop. Grab, grab, grab, BUILD. Thanks for the tip, Sune (and Code Project).