Monday, June 20, 2016

Guided Authoring: Enforcing Editing Rules

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Webinar - Guided Authoring:
Enforcing Editing Rules

This webinar presented a way of imposing various rules that your content authors need to follow, such as grammar rules, document structure guidelines, business requirements, style preferences, or rules for the generated output. 

When editing documents there are various rules that you want your content authors to follow, such as grammar rules, document structure guidelines, business requirements, style preferences, or rules for the generated output. To enforce these rules, companies often use grammar checking apps, custom schemas or best practice guides.

For content authors, there are usually too many rules to remember them all when writing content. The best approach for this challenge is to signal the user when a rule violation is detected and offer suggestions to help them solve possible rule problems and maintain integrity in their documentation.

A recording of the event, sample files, and slides are available on our website: 








Discover the technology behind the fix proposals for business rules by attending our next webinar: Understanding and Developing Schematron Quick Fixes - Jul 14, 2016

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