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  • Content authors (all Parks Canada staff) use standard office automation tools to generate their documents. When they’re finished composing their document, a screen will ask them what type of document they wish to save (more on that later). If they choose Internet or Intranet document, the final destination for their doc will be the Inet document repository. With the use of a special polling software (Transit EDM), the Inet document repository will be polled every half hour or so, looking for new or updated documents. Upon finding a new or updated document, Transit will convert the document to HTML, structured with preset templates that will ensure a Parks Canada common look and feel. Then, depending on the document’s fiinal destination, the document will be published to either the Parks Intranet or the public Parks Canada website.
  • Content authors (all Parks Canada staff) use standard office automation tools to generate their documents. When they’re finished composing their document, a screen will ask them what type of document they wish to save (more on that later). If they choose Internet or Intranet document, the final destination for their doc will be the Inet document repository. With the use of a special polling software (Transit EDM), the Inet document repository will be polled every half hour or so, looking for new or updated documents. Upon finding a new or updated document, Transit will convert the document to HTML, structured with preset templates that will ensure a Parks Canada common look and feel. Then, depending on the document’s fiinal destination, the document will be published to either the Parks Intranet or the public Parks Canada website.
  • Content authors (all Parks Canada staff) use standard office automation tools to generate their documents. When they’re finished composing their document, a screen will ask them what type of document they wish to save (more on that later). If they choose Internet or Intranet document, the final destination for their doc will be the Inet document repository. With the use of a special polling software (Transit EDM), the Inet document repository will be polled every half hour or so, looking for new or updated documents. Upon finding a new or updated document, Transit will convert the document to HTML, structured with preset templates that will ensure a Parks Canada common look and feel. Then, depending on the document’s fiinal destination, the document will be published to either the Parks Intranet or the public Parks Canada website.
  • Content authors (all Parks Canada staff) use standard office automation tools to generate their documents. When they’re finished composing their document, a screen will ask them what type of document they wish to save (more on that later). If they choose Internet or Intranet document, the final destination for their doc will be the Inet document repository. With the use of a special polling software (Transit EDM), the Inet document repository will be polled every half hour or so, looking for new or updated documents. Upon finding a new or updated document, Transit will convert the document to HTML, structured with preset templates that will ensure a Parks Canada common look and feel. Then, depending on the document’s fiinal destination, the document will be published to either the Parks Intranet or the public Parks Canada website.
  • Content authors (all Parks Canada staff) use standard office automation tools to generate their documents. When they’re finished composing their document, a screen will ask them what type of document they wish to save (more on that later). If they choose Internet or Intranet document, the final destination for their doc will be the Inet document repository. With the use of a special polling software (Transit EDM), the Inet document repository will be polled every half hour or so, looking for new or updated documents. Upon finding a new or updated document, Transit will convert the document to HTML, structured with preset templates that will ensure a Parks Canada common look and feel. Then, depending on the document’s fiinal destination, the document will be published to either the Parks Intranet or the public Parks Canada website.

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  • 9. File > New from Project > Options > Add Project
  • 10. Selectionnez “I want to add another document” > Next
  • 11. Donnez lui un nom et une description. > Next
  • 12. Allez chercher le fichier sauvegardé
    • Clickez “Browse” pour aller chercher le fichier.
    • Clickez Finish
  • 13. C’est fini. Quand vous voudrez utiliser le template, vous irez à File > New from Project. Il sera dans la liste. C  ’est à nous
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  • 15. Ouvrez Windows Explorer and placez le fichier dans le sous répertoire “Other documents” Paste it in
  • 16. Click “ Add..” Double click the template file Voilà! Click OK Click on Tools Click... Maintenant, il ne reste + qu’à rendre le template accessible. Open MS Word
  • 17. C’est bon. Quand vous voulez utiliser le template, vous allez le chercher dans New > Other Documents . À nous
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  • 19. Comment accéder aux différents styles?
    • Assurez vous d’avoir la ‘Property Toolbar’ ouverte. Du menu View, selectionnez Toolbars.
    • Assurez vous de marquer la boite Property Bar.
  • 20. All these styles are now available to you Styles drop-down box. (It has <None> in it.)