Exploring ePublisher : Producing Output Using Sample Source Documents and Stationery : Generating Output Using the Exploring ePublisher Project
 
Generating Output Using the Exploring ePublisher Project
After you have added the Exploring ePublisher source documents to your ePublisher Express project and reviewed the source documents, generate output for the following output formats using your Exploring ePublisher project:
*WebWorks Help
*WebWorks Reverb
*Microsoft HTML Help
*Dynamic HTML
*PDF
*eBook - ePUB 2.0
ePublisher provides support for a large variety of output formats, such as simple and Dynamic HTML, Sun JavaHelp, Oracle Help, Eclipse Help, PDFs, Wikis, and more. You can produce output for all of these different formats using a single set of source documents in just a few clicks.
The sample Exploring ePublisher source documents and Stationery provide examples of how online features such as popup windows, expand/collapse sections, related topics, and context-sensitive help topics display in generated output. After you generate and review the Exploring ePublisher generated output, you can customize target settings in ePublisher to further customize the look and feel of the generated output. For more information, see “Customizing Exploring ePublisher Output”.
To generate output using the Exploring ePublisher project
1. On the Project menu, click Scan All Documents.
2. Generate WebWorks Help by completing the following steps:
a. On the Project menu, select the WebWorks Help - Exploring ePublisher target next to Active Target.
b. On the Project menu, click Generate All. ePublisher displays the Log Window and generates output.
c. If you want to quickly review the generated output, click Yes. You will also review the generated output in more detail in a following task. For more information, see “Reviewing Sample Exploring ePublisher Source Documents”.
3. Generate Microsoft HTML Help by completing the following steps:
a. On the Project menu, select the Microsoft HTML Help - Exploring ePublisher target next to Active Target.
b. On the Project menu, click Generate All.
c. If you want to quickly review the generated output, click Yes. You will also review the generated output in more detail in a following task. For more information, see “Reviewing Sample Exploring ePublisher Source Documents”.
4. Generate Dynamic HTML by completing the following steps:
a. On the Project menu, select the Dynamic HTML - Exploring ePublisher target next to Active Target.
b. On the Project menu, click Generate All.
c. If you want to quickly review the generated output, click Yes. You will also review the generated output in more detail in a following task. For more information, see “Reviewing Sample Exploring ePublisher Source Documents”.