Key Concept Archive

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Where are My Keys: Improving Your Search Results in Online Content

Arbortext Monster Garage, Season 2, Episode 15 Small tweaks can dramatically improve search results for your users. See how easy it is to change the way search results appear in the out-of-the box online help produced by Arbortext Publishing Engine….

Want to keep track of the latest release?

Over the years, we've had questions from customers asking about the latest release. What's in it? Should they upgrade? Was my bug fixed? Is the enhancement I requested in there? It can be hard to convince yourself to read the…

How to find out whether a version of Arbortext is supported on a particular OS version

This is the one of the most-asked questions on the PTC forums. If you want to know whether any particular version of Arbortext is supported on any particular version of Windows, check the Software Compatibility Matrix. How to Find the…

Podcast Posted: Interview with Simon Taylor, Requirements for Advanced Layout from XML Content

Since Arbortext Advanced Print Publisher (APP) was released as an alternative print composition engine in Arbortext 5.4 (June 2009), we've been digging into what it can do and why someone would really need it. In this week's podcast, we interviewed…

How to Create a Button in Arbortext Digital Media Publisher

Here's a snippet from the PTC Express newsletter. You never know how well something will get saved and archived, so we've reproduced it here. Generally, we post code to the Adepters Code Archive. However, this article went out from the…

Fuel Injection: Creating Dynamic Documents with Arbortext Data Merge

Arbortext Monster Garage, Season 2, Episode 4 In this 30-minute, recorded web session, Brandon Ibach and Liz Fraley explain how Data Merge works in Arbortext. About this session Skill Level: Intermediate Presenter: Brandon Ibach and Liz Fraley, Single-Sourcing Solutions Watch…