Designing, Deploying, and Managing Stationery : Designing Stationery : Define the Default Settings for Each Target
 
Define the Default Settings for Each Target
 
Defining the Default Index Settings
Defining the Default Processing of Variables
Defining the Default Processing of Conditions
Defining the Default Processing of Cross References
Defining Default PDF Generation Settings
Defining the Accessibility Report to Validate Content
Defining Other Reporting Options
You can have one or more output formats in your Stationery. You can also define multiple targets in your Stationery. The Stationery Designer properties and options are shared across all targets and output formats. Some settings, such as the target settings, variable values, conditions, and cross-reference formats, are defined per target. Some targets and output formats also offer additional features and customizations.
For each target in your Stationery, define the following default settings in your Stationery. If a writer installs the support with ePublisher Express, that writer can modify these settings in each project based on the Stationery:
*Target settings, such as the company information and navigation on each page. To specify the target settings for a target, select the target, and then click Target Settings on the Target menu. For more information about a setting, click Help.
*Index settings. For more information, see “Defining the Default Index Settings”.
*Variable values. For more information, see “Defining the Default Processing of Variables”.
*Condition visibility. For more information, see “Defining the Default Processing of Conditions”.
*Cross Reference formats and rules. For more information, see “Defining the Default Processing of Cross References”.
*PDF integration. For more information, see “Defining Default PDF Generation Settings”.
*Output format-specific customizations and features. For more information, see “Customizing Stationery for Output Format-Specific Features”.
*Reporting options, such as accessibility reporting. For more information, see “Defining the Accessibility Report to Validate Content” and “Defining Other Reporting Options”.