Arbortext 6.1 Editor Training

Pretoria (P1 Office)

Authoring using Arbortext Editor 6.1
Overview
Course Code TRN-4410-T

In this course, you will learn the basic and advanced editing operations of Arbortext Editor. The course emphasizes hands-on experience, interaction between student and instructor, and a solid foundation in the .fundamental skills and commands of this structured authoring tool. After completing this course, you will know how to open, save, and close new and existing
documents in Arbortext Editor. You will learn how to perform basic edit operations, such as cut, copy, and paste. You will also learn how to find and replace text and markup. You will learn
how to insert, change, and delete markup and text. You will learn how to insert graphics and symbols, create and insert text entities, and add, modify, and delete attribute values. You
will also learn how to create and edit tables. You will learn how to use proofreading tools, such as the spelling checker and thesaurus. Additionally, you will learn how to use profiles.
You will learn how to use Arbortext Editor’s change tracking feature to track changes in your documents, and also learn how to compare changes between different versions
of a document. Finally, you will learn how to use Arbortext Command Language to perform basic operations in Arbortext Editor. At the end of each module, you will complete
a set of review questions to reinforce critical topics from that module. At the end of the course, you will complete a course assessment in Pro/FICIENCY intended to evaluate your
understanding of the course as a whole.

Course Objectives
• Use Arbortext Editor
• Edit text
• Insert and edit markup
• Assign attributes
• Insert special markup
• Create tables
• Author and edit management tools
• Preview and print documents

Prerequisites
• Basic computer skills in a Microsoft Windows computing environment
• Introduction to XML, DITA and Arbortext or Introduction to XML, DITA and Arbortext, or an equivalent amount of experience with XML and DITA

Audience
• This course is intended for authors/editors of technical information, technical and administrative support staff members, and individuals and organizations evaluating Arbortext Editor. People in related roles will also benefit from taking this course.

Event Date: 
Monday, July 30, 2018 - 08:30 to Wednesday, August 1, 2018 - 12:00