1) You need to learn English.
2) The software is notepad and a keyboard.
3) Find a skin in my gallery http://webgizmos.wincustomize.com/skins.aspx?libid=83 that looks close to what you want yours to look like...then replace the graphics with your own...edit the names in the .ini file...and tweak to taste and your just about done.
I say "just about" because once you've done the above you can continue to play with the amounts to see what they actually do to change to dock itself. Don't be afraid to make big changes to the amounts so you see what they do. This is how I learned to make docks and it's real easy to do.
Example: ( I made all the amounts 50 but they vary depending on the graphics used)
Image = GraphicName.png
TopHeight = 50 (these first 4 settings lock in your graphics so they don't stretch during use and are determined by the graphics in your dock image)
BottomHeight = 50
LeftWidth = 50
RightWidth = 50
OutsideBorderLeft = 50 (These next 4 settings determine how far or close your icons will be to the sides of your dock)
OutsideBorderRight = 50
ContentBufferTop = 50
ContentBufferBottom = 50
(These settings are used if your using background shadows on your dock tabs and want to center your text and these must be placed below each background)
TabOverlapLeft = 0
TabOverlapRight = 0
TabContentBufferLeft = 10
TabContentBufferRight = 10
(These can be used if you have graphics in the sides of your graphics that need tiling...they may or may not work)
TileCenter = 1
TileVCenter = 1
(These are used if you have Plus/Minus images to be used with your docks and are placed at the very bottom of your .ini file.)
PlusImage = Backgrounds\DockTab1\Plus.png
MinusImage = Backgrounds\DockTab1\Minus.png