Exploring ePublisher Using Sample Source Documents, Projects, and Stationery
When you request an evaluation of ePublisher, you will receive information about how you can download an evaluation version of ePublisher Express, along with evaluation license keys. You can request an evaluation of ePublisher by completing the form available on the WebWorks Web site at http://www.webworks.com/Downloads/Free_Trial/ or by calling Quadralay. For more information about contacting Quadralay, see “Contacting Quadralay” on page v. After you submit your request you will receive an email with instructions on how to download your ePublisher Express evaluation copy and evaluation license keys.
Once you install ePublisher Express, you can use the sample Exploring ePublisher Express project, source documents and Stationery to help you explore and understand ePublisher capabilities. ePublisher installs the sample Exploring ePublisher project and source documents in the My Documents\ePublisher Express Projects\Exp_ePub folder on the same computer. In addition, ePublisher also installs sample Stationery in the My Documents\ePublisher Stationery\Exp_Stationery folder. The Exploring ePublisher Express project, source documents and Stationery allow you to produce output in WebWorks Help, Microsoft HTML Help, and Dynamic HTML using Stationery configured by a Stationery designer.
After you explore ePublisher capabilities using sample Exploring ePublisher Express project, source documents, and Stationery, you can learn more about the ePublisher workflow and Stationery design process by reviewing the ePublisher Design Guide. After you review the ePublisher Design Guide, if you would like to use ePublisher Pro to create your own Stationery as part of your ePublisher evaluation process, contact a WebWorks sales representative for more information. You can contact a WebWorks sales representative by completing the form available on the WebWorks Web site at http://www.webworks.com/assets/html/Contact_Me/ or by calling Quadralay. For more information about contacting Quadralay, see “Contacting Quadralay” on page v.