A crucial benefit of moving to a structured authoring environment is the ability to easily reuse content. Text entities, file entities and now with the DITA standard there is also keys and keyrefs. This DITA key method allows a user to create a placeholder for text, file paths or graphics.  Join Pushpinder Toor in the TC Dojo for  a short discussion and demonstration on how to define keys, use keyrefs and take advantage of this versatile reuse mechanism switch.

  • Date: 3 December 2018
  • Time: 9:00 AM – 9:30 AM Pacific/US

About the Visiting Dojo Master

Pushpinder ToorPushpinder Toor is a Director of Product Management at PTC, responsible for leading the vision and strategy for authoring, creating, and managing information using the Arbortext suite of products. She is involved with gathering critical customer requirements for releases and determining product roadmaps to fit strategic goals. In her 19 years in the industry, Pushpinder has trained customers on structured XML authoring, DTD implementations, and authoring best practices. Prior to her current role, she has held various positions within PTC including Solution Manager, Consultant, Project Manager, and Senior Technical Trainer. As an expert in her field of structured XML authoring and content management, she has presented at various industry events, including CMS/DITA North America and PTC’s LiveWorx. She is PMP certified, and holds a Masters degree in Communication and Public Broadcasting.

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best practices, dita, dita keys, reuse

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