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Stationery Components

Stationery includes the following components:

Stationery .wxsp file

Contains the style definitions and target settings for the selected output formats and targets. This file stores the style definitions including paragraph, character, table, page, graphic, and marker styles. This file also stores the conditions, variable values, cross-reference definitions, and target settings for each target.

Manifest file

Identifies the files in the Files, Formats, and Targets folders associated with the Stationery. Any time a Stationery designer adds, removes, or modifies a file in one of these folders and saves the Stationery, ePublisher updates the Stationery manifest file.

Files folder

Contains all the files and folders you want to include in the project. ePublisher copies these files and folders to the output location and includes them in the output.

Formats folder

Contains a complete copy of all the run-time files required to transform your source documents for specific output formats. In your Stationery design project, this folder contains the customized files for specific output formats needed to transform your source documents and create your output files. This folder includes a subfolder for each defined output format with customized files. These files override the default files used by ePublisher to generate the associated output format. New ePublisher releases may include changes to the default transformation files. By storing the customized files in a separate location, ePublisher can override the default files by using these customized files and it can also protect these customized files when you install a new ePublisher release.

Targets folder

Contains the customized files for specific targets needed to transform your source documents and create your output files. This folder includes a subfolder for each defined target with customized files. These customized files override the files stored in the Formats folder for the output format related to the target. For example, you can create a customized Page.asp page layout file for a specific target.

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