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Getting to write quickly

When you log into Calenco for the first time, you find yourself in your workspace, the name of which appears at the top.

On the right there is a drop-down list with the languages of your content.

Below, you will find three main tabs:

On the left, you can create tags or sub-tags to classify your documents according to a taxonomy or a given classification.

The drop-down menu that displays Documents by default indicates the content type of the main area: Documents, Templates, Images or even access to your style sheets.

The Shared workspaces menu provides access to documents, reusable content and images from other workspaces.

You will find your content in the main area.

In the right part, you will find metadata such as the type of structure, the last contributor, the version history and the date of the last modification of this content.

You will also have a red button to manage the publications, as well as an Actions menu in which you can perform functions such as sending a document for validation via a workflow or requesting the translation of a document.

The button at the bottom right allows you to consult the Calenco web help.

To create a new document, all you have to do is to click on the "Create" button at the top right of the document list. You must then provide the name and select the type of document. A detailed explanation is displayed to guide you on the best structure to use for your new content (Book, Article, Chapter ...).

The interface of our web editor is ergonomic and easy to use. You have different buttons that allow you to insert different structures like a bulleted list or an image. On the right you have the table of contents from which you will be able to modify the structure of your document thanks to the chapters or sections.

Our WYSIWYM editor allows you to enter text in a quick and easy way. With the enter key on the keyboard, you can insert paragraphs as in Word.

You select different elements of structure thanks to the vertical gray bar. This bar will allow you to select the desired item to copy it for example.

You can create publications on demand and customize them from a single document using filters. Customize filter attributes for the entire workspace in advance, then assign values to the items you want.

With automatic backup, the Web Editor saves all changes.

To access the publication, nothing is simpler than pressing the red book in the Calenco interface. Create a new publication based on the existing templates and with the necessary filters.

And now, your PDF is displayed thanks to the chosen style sheet. Navigate within the PDF, click on the table of contents. You will find all your content with the desired layout.

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