While ATA Spec 1000BR for a Component Maintenance Publication (CMP) is based on the S1000D Issue 4.1/4.2 specification, there are significant layout differences between the two. As an example of the differences, the below images show the same fault isolation procedure, so the content is the same, but the layouts are completely different:
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There are enough differences between the Standard S1000D layout and the ATA CMP layout to justify a separate Arbortext Editor Authoring environment for the ATA CMP.
With our ATA Spec 1000BR_4.2 Data Module to PDF stylesheets taking care of the printed output and our ATA Spec 1000BR_4.2 CMP to PDF stylesheets taking care of Publishing, we have been able to spend the time looking at Arbortext Editor purely from an authoring point-of-view.
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Assisted start-up is a customer-centric blend of product setup support, initial Arbortext familiarisation and a customer specific workshop to ensure you are up and running.
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S1000D Issue 4.1/4.2 (with ATA Spec 1000BR layout)
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We understand that Authors can also need a physical PDF file for QA review by a Subject Matter Expert (SME) and/or submission to an Equipment Sponsor for final sign-off and approval. With our Docuneering vendor-neutral XSL-FO stylesheets, an Author can open a Data Module in their authoring software and create a PDF file with a single click.ATA Spec 1000BR Print