Changing the default templates in Arbortext Editor [On-Line Event]

In this webinar, I’ll show you how you can change the default templates in Arbortext Editor so they are more representative of the content that you actually write.

In the Arbortext Editor File->New dialog, you get the option to choose a Sample or Template for any doctype. These come out of the box, but can be changed. Custom doctypes can also create these to speed writers on their way.

I’ll explain the difference between them and show you how to change them so they fit your information. This webinar assumes you have followed best practices and set up your custom directory according to Arbortext 101.

Make your workflow process simple! Less work is good for everyone!

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Advance Your Career Through Self-Publishing

Writing a book gives you an opportunity to provide tangible value. It can establish your brand and increase your professional standing. Information professionals are uniquely positioned to take advantage of self-publishing because we already know how to transform source material to online and print materials and because we have editors, designers, and talented peer reviewers in our network.

While self-publishing is easier than ever, reaching your audience and making money from your book is harder for self-publishers; we do our own marketing and distribution so the audience can find our book.
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Adding Custom Actions to OxygenXML Frameworks

Elizabeth Fraley will walk through one way to customize the OxygenXML environment. What you will learn:

  • How custom actions can personalize your OxygenXML environment
  • How custom actions work
  • How to add menu items and toolbar buttons that will trigger your custom actions
  • Save yourself time by automating repetitive tasks
  • Where to go for help

This is your chance to ask questions with the author of the ebook that describes this process. If there’s time, she’ll give you another tip she learned after the ebook was published.

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