Training in content reuse with DITA 1.3 for Ansys®

April 16, 2021

The technical writing team of Ansys® wanted to get a better understanding of the advanced DITA 1.3 reuse mechanisms and their applications.

In a two-day training, parson's DITA experts introduced the technical writing team of Ansys® to the content reuse features of  DITA 1.3.

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