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Techcomm and Arbortext Resources – We have a lot

We share. A lot. We derive an intense satisfaction when we are able to improve the capabilities of our customers as well as everyone in the communities we serve. Customers don't just buy software or one-time services from us: They learn when they work with us.

We want everyone to grow into competent, fully independent and self-sufficient practitioners.

As a result, here is how to get to all the techcomm and Arbortext resources we know about—categorized in several different ways to get what you're looking for.

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Resources for Arbortext Users

At the last AUGI meeting (Arbortext User Group International) before Arbortext was acquired by PTC in 2005, there were nearly 1000 attendees. After acquisition, Arbortext users folded into a bigger organization (PTC/User). Since that time, Single-Sourcing Solutions has focused on providing resources and access to the Arbortext community. 

See our full list of Community Projects for links to even more resources.

Arbortext for Authoring

An Author's Guide to Getting Started with Arbortext Editor

Arbortext 102

Best Practices for Creating Arbortext Styler Stylesheets

Organizing principles

Our library science background (and our love of all things metadata) guides the way we catalog information.

Key Concepts

Looking for something more specific to a particular key concept? On archive pages and on any given article, key concepts are listed. These tags are carefully curated and used by our cataloguers to help shelve information so anyone can find it.

You can find them on all Archive pages:

You can find them at the bottom of all blog post pages and many other pages as well:

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Our community projects

The big list of projects we've created, supported, or otherwise participate in around the web and in person. Includes links.

What is the best way to learn Arbortext?

The definitive guide for learning to use Arbortext. Books, videos, online resources, communities, and more.

Resources for Single-Sourcing Projects

These resources about single-sourcing are invaluable to the beginner and as a checklist for those in-progress.

Which do you want to be? A technician or a craftsman?

Do you want to grow your expertise? Or are you just looking for answers? Your answer determines your destiny.