Arbortext 101: Best Practices for Configuring, Authoring, Styling, and Publishing with Arbortext

$24.95

Learn the basics for getting Arbortext configured correctly the first time. Discover the essential keys to setting up your environment.

Paperback. ISBN: 978-0-9976505-1-8

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Arbortext 101: Best Practices for Configuring, Authoring, Styling, and Publishing with Arbortext.

Book #1 in the Arbortext Monster Garage Series.

This book covers the basics for getting Arbortext products configured correctly, so you can get started right away, without help from consultants and service partners. This book details the custom directory and points out the essential files new users need to know about. These files and folders are the keys to further configuring your environment, and customizing it (if you absolutely need to).

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Paperback. The ebook is available exclusively at Amazon for free as part of the Kindle Unlimited program.

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Weight 8 oz
Dimensions 6 × 9 × 1 in
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Paperback

4 reviews for Arbortext 101: Best Practices for Configuring, Authoring, Styling, and Publishing with Arbortext

  1. Raymond, Customer Documentation Specialist

    I took a look at the Kindle samples of Arbortext 101 and Arbortext 102 during my commute. They look great and, although I’m not an Arbortext user, I enjoyed reading them.

  2. Todd Hicks, Long time Arbortext Developer (Amazon review)

    At last! A book like this has been needed for many years by the Arbortext community. The writing is clear and concise, not too “tech-y” (but just technical enough), and covers everything an Arbortext configurer needs in order to set up shop with this complex software suite. The best practices shown here will result in a very clean, manageable Arbortext configuration.

  3. M. McGinnis, Arbortext user (Amazon review)

    Great resource for Arbortext Users! This book is very easy to read but even better for me as a reference. The info on custom directory was worth the price of the book for me. I’ll be referring to sections on dcf and pcf files as well.

  4. Alan Houser, CEO, Group Wellesley (Amazon review)

    I’ve long been frustrated by the difficulty in getting good, unbiased information about the Arbortext Editor and related products. Ms. Fraley has created an invaluable resource for consultants, evaluators, and implementors of Arbortext Editor. Beginners can appreciate the book’s clear step-by-step instructions, while frequent “Expert tips” provide best practices and advice for more advanced users.

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