It is possible to modify the document generated.
You can modfiy the Documentation Style as follows:
By default, SQL Doc creates your database documentation using HTML with frames. SQL Doc generates database documentation with frames much more quickly and the file sizes are smaller. You are recommended to use this setting if you are documenting large databases.
To create database documentation without frames, change this setting to HTML without frames.
To create database documentation in compiled HTML Help format (.chm), change this setting to Microsoft HTML Help (.CHM). Note that you must have Microsoft® HTML Help Workshop installed on your computer to create a .chm file; a free download is available from the Microsoft Download Centre.
Also You can modify the style sheets that SQL Doc uses to generate the database documentation, if required. In addition, when the documentation has been generated, SQL Doc provides all the source files so that you can edit them if required.
Modifying style sheets
SQL Doc uses Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) to determine the appearance of the database documentation. You can edit the master style sheet using a CSS editor, for example to change fonts, font sizes, font colors, text alignment, or table properties.
The SQL Doc master style sheet (master.css) determines the appearance of the Preview pane and the generated documentation. The style sheet is located in the subfolder Style1/Style where you installed SQL Doc. You are recommended to make a copy of the master style sheet before you edit it.
Note that you can edit the style sheet to hide the creation SQL. To do this, under the .sqlScript class, add the declaration display: none;
Modifying Microsoft HTML Help documentation
When SQL Doc generates database documentation as Microsoft HTML Help, all the project files associated with the .chm file are also provided. You can edit these files and recompile the help using Microsoft HTML Help Workshop if required.
For example, the default project language is English; if your database documentation contains characters from a different Unicode character set, you may want to change the language setting in the project (.hpp) file and then recompile the help so that the characters are displayed correctly.
To open Windows® Explorer at the location of the saved project documents, open the project in SQL Doc, and click Alt+E.
I hope the above helps.
Red gate Software Ltd
Technical Support Engineer