Designing, Deploying, and Managing Stationery : Designing Stationery
Designing Stationery
Creating a Stationery Design Project
Adding Output Formats to Your Stationery Design Project
Updating a Project to Include All Styles
Understanding Style Designer
Organizing and Managing Styles
Previewing the Output from a Source File
Defining New Pages (Page Breaks)
Defining TOCs and Mini-TOCs
Modifying the Appearance of Paragraphs
Defining the Appearance of Bulleted Lists
Defining the Appearance of Numbered Lists
Defining the Appearance of Bulleted and Numbered Lists for Wiki Markup
Modifying the Appearance of Characters
Defining the Appearance of Tables
Defining the Appearance of Images
Defining the Appearance of Pages
Defining the Appearance of Links
Saving a Snapshot (Backup Copy) of Your Project
Defining the Processing of Markers and Field Codes
Defining File Names
Defining Context-Sensitive Help Links
Defining Expand/Collapse Sections (Drop-Down Hotspots)
Defining Popup Windows
Defining Related Topics
Defining See Also Links
Define the Default Settings for Each Target
Saving and Testing Stationery
ePublisher projects use Stationery designed in ePublisher Designer to define the appearance and behavior of generated output. You can use Stationery to define a standard for one or more projects to use. You can also customize the design to meet your specific needs. Writers then use the Stationery when they create projects.
There are many considerations when designing and developing Stationery. A well-designed Stationery is less costly to maintain and manage into the future. For more information about the complete design, deployment, and management process, see “Checklist: Design, Deploy, and Manage Stationery”.