Arbortext has a lot of documentation that comes with the product. There are thousands and thousands of pages of user guides, programmer’s guides, developer’s guides, customizer’s guides, and general help.

Until 2016, there were no independently published books on using Arbortext available. Now there are two (and soon to be more).  Written by an Arbortext expert, the Arbortext Monster Garage books help Arbortext users learn the basics of the Arbortext software. This easy-to-follow approach offers practical tips and pointers enabling readers to get started quickly developing dynamic and multi-channel content using Arbortext.

Learn the basics for working with the Arbortext product suite. An easy-to-follow approach that offers practical tips and pointers enabling readers to quickly get started with Arbortext.

The Books

All the Arbortext Monster Garage books are available in print and Kindle from Amazon.

Arbortext 101

Arbortext 101: Best Practices for Configuring, Authoring, Styling, and Publishing with Arbortext (Arbortext Monster Garage #1)

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The only book about how to set up Arbortext not written by PTC. An easy to follow, step by step, process trusted by thousands of customers.

Arbortext 102

Arbortext 102: Best Practices for Creating Arbortext Styler Stylesheets (Arbortext Monster Garage #2)

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The only book about how to set up Arbortext not written by PTC. An easy to follow, step by step, process trusted by thousands of customers. Learn how to create stylesheets without having to be a programmer. Step-by-step instructions to create your first stylesheet and how to troubleshoot them when you’re stuck. With Arbortext 102, you will learn how to create a stylesheet in a day!

Arbortext 103

Arbortext 103: Best Practices for Configuring, Managing, and Publishing Arbortext Content with the PTC Server (Arbortext Monster Garage #3)

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The only book about the best way to connect Arbortext desktop products to Windchill. Learn how to manage Arbortext XML content with the PTC Server (Windchill). Easy-to-follow approach to configure Arbortext on the client side and the PTC server side and connect them to each other for the effective and efficient Arbortext content authoring.

Written in DITA and published with Arbortext

Read about how both Arbortext 101 and Arbortext 102 were published in less than a day using Arbortext Editor and Arbortext Styler. Read about how both Arbortext 101 and Arbortext 102 were published to print-quality and epub-ready deliverables in less than a day. Anyone can do it!

You can also book time with the Author and watch video versions of the book content (coming in 2017).

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