Get help from Elizabeth Fraley, author of the Arbortext Monster Garage book series including Arbortext 101: Best Practices for Configuring, Authoring, Styling, and Publishing with Arbortext and Arbortext 102: Best Practices for Creating Arbortext Styler Stylesheets.
- Want a second opinion of something another consultant or services partner has provided to you?
- Are you ready to do something more complicated than the basics described in the books?
- Would you like someone to look over your shoulder and make sure you’re taking the best (and most efficient) approach?
- Have questions about configuring, managing and publishing Arbortext content with the PTC Server (Windchill or Arbortext Content Manager)?
This appointment is for anyone working with Arbortext and who wants to talk to Liz.
Liz's book, Arbortext 102 (and it's predecessor Arbortext 101), has been invaluable. Not only was Arbortext 102 a step-by-step instruction manual, it was also easily understood. DITA concepts can be very intimidating, but Liz's book made understanding DITA concepts user friendly and accommodating.
Having the opportunity to do one-on-one training, with a very knowledgeable instructor is great. Training is focused on what I need versus a long training session on things that don’t apply to me or my task. Together we worked on my strengths and weaknesses and I got the exact training I needed.