Introduction : Conventions : Terminology
A graphical user interface is a method for issuing commands to a computer through direct manipulation of graphical images and widgets in addition to text. The buttons and menus used in Microsoft Word are an example of a GUI.
Output Target:
The chosen format to which a source document will be transformed. There may be more than one output target.
Source Document:
The original document, created in Word or Framemaker, that will be transformed by ePublisher Designer to an output target.
The process of converting a source document into a new chosen format.