Arbortext Styler Advanced Training
- UFEs–Arbortext Styler Advanced Training (Live Online) on January 17, 2024 10:00 am
- Advanced Cover Design–Arbortext Styler Advanced Training (Live Online) on February 12, 2024 11:00 am
- Managing Side-by-Side Content–Arbortext Styler Advanced Training (Live Online) on February 28, 2024 10:00 am
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About this training course
These classes are for Arbortext Styler users who want to learn advanced techniques for designing formatting for one or more of the different Styler output options (PDF, HTML, ePub, etc.). Courses are topic-focused on specific Arbortext Styler features, functionality, or concepts that stretch beyond the basics (see listings for specifics). All deliveries are a combination of lectures mixed with examples and hands-on exercises. Each attendee will be on a computer building and authoring stylesheets that work with standards-based documents.
Previous Experience: Previous experience in Styler is necessary. Attendees should have previously completed Arbortext Styler Basic Training, or have experience using Arbortext Styler, or completed working through Arbortext 102, which takes readers through the full cycle from start to finish.
Software License: Attendees must have their own license of Arbortext Styler; attendees who do not have a license are welcome to attend and observe.
Where is the class held?
We offer both public and private deliveries, either fully remote or in-person. Regardless of the delivery style, all workshops are led by a live, online expert instructor, making for a fully interactive and engaging experience.
Virtual Public Deliveries are held online and, when you share your screen, it's just as if we're just like we're standing behind you and looking over your shoulder. All students can speak and hear each other and the instructor during lecture and hands-on lab exercises. The only difference between this class and in-person? No travel costs.
Private deliveries can be held virtually using your environment, on-site at your facility, or at a location nearby. Contact a training advisor to discuss specific requirements.
Our training sessions are highly interactive and engaging. All sessions are designed to be hands-on using standard, out-of-the-box Arbortext Editor and Styler. All training is done through hands-on exercises to increase adoption and solidify learning.
Training sessions focus on specific topics such as:
- Advanced cover design
- Customizing HTML and Web output
- Delivering ePub
- Stylesheet as module
- Creating your second stylesheet and beyond
- Advanced troubleshooting
- Adding XLIFF support
- Managing multiple-doctype support
- Where to go for help
- Other topics…
Individually scheduled sessions identify the topic focus.
LIZ FRALEY, Single-Sourcing Solutions, is a long-time Arbortext user, customizer, stylesheet developer, and implementer. In addition to being a senior software architect, she is the founder of Single-Sourcing Solutions, a qualified, experienced trainer of Arbortext Products. She has over 25 years experience programming, teaching, and supporting knowledge growth in the communities she serves. She holds degrees in Computer Science and English from the University of Maryland College Park and a Masters in English from the University of Southern Mississippi. She's the author of “Arbortext 101: Best Practices for Configuring, Authoring, Styling, and Publishing with Arbortext” and “Arbortext 102: Best Practices for Creating Arbortext Styler Stylesheets,” both available on Amazon, and has several more planned.
JANICE SUMMERS, Single-Sourcing Solutions, specializes in helping people who’ve only ever used unstructured desktop publishing applications learn structured authoring. She graduated with a degree in I/O Psychology from San Jose State University and finds that her background helps adult learners in mastering new material. In fact, she’s been successfully transitioning Word users to XML authoring since 2005 and hasn’t lost anyone yet! She's the author of “Arbortext for Authoring: An Author's Guide to Getting Started with Arbortext Editor” (available on Amazon).
What Attendees Have Said
That very helpful. You certainly have a gift for the work you do. You communicate so well to those who “speak you language” and also to people like me that can only understand the highest level details. Thanks for everything!
I worked through the book [Arbortext 102] and needed that little extra help to do what we needed. Thanks!