Producing Output Based on Stationery : Checklist: Producing Output Based on Stationery
 
Checklist: Producing Output Based on Stationery
Use the following checklist to help you use your source documents and ePublisher projects and Stationery and to produce output. For more information about designing Stationery, see “Designing Stationery”.
Task
1. Review the conceptual information related to projects, source documents, targets, and Stationery. For more information, see “Understanding Projects and the Project Folder Structure”, “Understanding Source Documents”, “Understanding Targets”, and “Understanding Stationery”.
2. Talk to the Stationery designer to determine what Stationery you should use to generate output.
3. Identify the source documents you want to use to generate output.
4. Prepare your source documents. For more information, see “Preparing Adobe FrameMaker Source Documents” and “Preparing Microsoft Word Source Documents”.
5. Create a project using the Stationery created by the Stationery designer. For more information, see “Creating Projects Based on Stationery”.
6. Add source documents to your project. For more information, see “Adding Source Documents to Projects”.
7. If you are generating WebWorks Help output, replace the default WebWorks Help splash image. For more information, see “Customizing or Removing Splash Page Images in WebWorks Help”.
8. Generate output. For more information, see “Generating and Regenerating Output”.
9. View your output. For more information, see “Viewing Output”.
10. If you want to use reports to validate your output, review reports. For more information, see “Validating Output Using Reports”.
11. If you want to merge multiple help systems into one help system, configure merge settings for your merged help system. For more information, see “Merging Help Systems (Multivolume Help)”.
12. If you want to customize target settings, customize target settings as needed. For more information, see “Customizing Target Settings”
13. If you want to customize variable and condition settings, customize variable and condition settings as needed. For more information, see “Customizing Variable Settings in Projects” and “Customizing Condition Settings in Projects”.
14. If you want to customize cross reference settings, customize cross reference settings as needed. For more information, see “Customizing Cross-Reference Settings in Projects”.
15. Deploy your output. For more information, see “Deploying Output”.