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you hello and welcome to a new oxygen XML editor webinar my name is Jorge bina and I will host Ill be your host today I invited my colleague Alex to present the the first webinar in a series of DITA webinars and today we will cover the getting started with the getting started with data and oxygen XML editor if you go on the oxygen XML website under company events you can find the the events that we have scheduled right now you just see that the the getting started with the data using oxygen XML editor went to the past events although its its ongoing so if you click on this webinar you can also find the other related webinars so well cover after these data reuse and filtering and after that data publishing with the oxygen XML editor and in between these there will be also some other webinars focused on somehow related technologies like how you can enforce editing rules to provide guided authoring or how you can implement schema drawn quick fixes for for example so if you want to jo