Key Concept Archive

Managing Side-By-Side Content

Arbortext Monster Garage, Season 3: Arbortext TC Dojo, Episode 6 In this session, we talk about the Side-By-Side panel in Styler. We talk about what it means, how best to use it, and how to make it work for you. We show you how to make it look like you’ve…

Automating High-Quality Output

Arbortext Monster Garage, Season 1, Episode 8 You get it. You understand the value for having your content in XML. Perhaps you are already there or on your way. Now you have all of your content tagged and structured for optimal reuse. You breathe a sigh of relief. Then you…

Fine-Tuning: Tricking Out Styler with Advanced Print Publisher Source Edits

Arbortext Monster Garage, Season 2, Episode 11 Simon Taylor shows off the kind of high-quality layout you can get with Arbortext 6.0. He shows how you can take advantage of APP templates to get bleed tabs that are tied to page content and move up and down accordingly, fancy rules…

Podcast Posted: 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 Simon Taylor from PTC. Simon spends his time “thinking about…

Learn about Arbortext Print Publisher (APP) [Arbortext User Meeting]

The first meeting is a preview of the Arbortext Advanced Print Publisher (APP, formerly known as 3B2). Lawrie Stevens of GPSL, and founding member of Advent, will be showing the product as you’ve never seen it before. This is the first meeting of the Arbortext User Group. It will be…