The toughest thing about learning any new software package is making the shift from what you already know to how this new software replaces processes and changes your world. It's shifting your perspective or expectations about how you think it should fit into your world to how your world will adapt to it, so you are using it in the most effective manner.At well over 5000 pages, the complete Arbortext documentation set covers a lot more that the basics. Yet, for the average use case, Arbortext works great right out of the box to handle 90% of technical documentation needs.If you're a brand new Arbortext user and feel that most of your technical publication needs are similar to 80-90% of technical publications out there, this book is for you. Even if you've got more complicated needs, this book is still for you. It doesn't matter what industry or what country you're in: Arbortext is used by customers in every industry in countries all around the world. We're going to show you how to get started quickly, how to shift your understanding so that you can make the most of your investment in your world.This book will give you pointers about how to get started down the road to using Arbortext in the most effective and most beneficial (to you) way possible.
This work defines the relationship between SGML and HTML, and how both apply to the World Wide Web. It enables readers to define document structures and apply them to real situations. It also includes a complete listing of SGML terminology, shortcuts and advice on software packages supporting SGML.
Arbortext 201 is the equivalent of Arbortext 101 and 103 for MIL-STD doctypes.Arbortext 201 uses the MIL-STD-38784 doctype as a long-running example for best practice deployment and configuration of this doctype for authoring in Arbortext Editor and publishing with Arbortext Printing applications. It also includes best practice for configuring Windchill for theMIL-STD-38784 doctype and connecting the Arbortext authoring environment with Windchill workspaces. While this book is focused on the AMCOM MIL-STD-38784, users should be able to extrapolate lessons in this book and apply them to other doctypes like MIL-STD-40051.
SGML und XML sind fundamentale Konzepte der heutigen und künftigen Speicherung, Verarbeitung und Verbreitung langlebiger Informationen, gerade im Hinblick auf die weltweite Vernetzung durch das Internet. Ausgehend von den technischen und ökonomischen Herausforderungen unserer Informationsgesellschaft, stellen die Autoren die wichtigen Entwicklungen dar und berichten über aktuelle Projekte mit SGML- und XML-Anwendungen in der Praxis. Das Buch wendet sich an das Management informationsverarbeitender und -produzierender Unternehmen, an die Technik-Verantwortlichen und SGML-/XML-Anwender sowie an Studierende informationsverarbeitender Fächer und der Informatik.
Publisher: Institute of Scientific and Technical Company
Category: Communication of technical information
In recent years Extensible Markup Language (XML) has had a major impact on software development and data interchange and has begun to have a similar effect in technical communication. This resource fills an important gap in the market by providing a broad introduction to XML and its role in technical communication.
Why can't Christians agree about communion? Why is it that in some churches all worship services culminate in a holy meal whereas other churches celebrate this "holy supper" only once in a while? Theologian Gregory Soderberg has researched this question, excavating patterns of communion frequency within one of the bigger Christian families: the Reformed tradition. Despite being the sacrament of unity, the eucharist has often been a cause of strife in Christian churches. In his study, Gregory David Soderberg is the first to focus in depth on communion frequency in the Reformed tradition. He concludes that, although the 16th century Reformers desired more frequent communion, this was balanced by their desire to create mature Christian communities. So, preachers and church leaders stressed the priority of moral conduct and the importance of understanding what the eucharist meant for Protestants. The study analyses sources from the very beginnings of this tradition in 16th century Zürich and Geneva, and it follows its trajectories through England and Scotland all the way down to 19th century USA. Ultimately, it is hoped that understanding the polemics of the past will help churches today to celebrate the sacrament of unity more meaningfully.
This book presents a practical approach to creating information using the Darwinian Information Typing Architecture (DITA). It covers everything from planning the project to writing the topics that comprise an information set. The second edition contains information about the DITA 1.2 features.