Once the classes are defined, people can start adding content. However, it is advisable that you (the person who is in charge of the class structure) first verify your work by adding some test folders and topics based on the newly defined structure. If the structure is OK you can remove the test case.
The next steps demonstrate how easy it is to build a project in a structured manner based on a new classes.
Adding a new Encyclopedia project folder
Popup the menu of the ‘Content’ object and select ‘New > Encyclopedia’.
Creating the new Encyclopedia Encarta project
Enter a unique name for your project and a description, for example, ‘Encarta’ and click ‘OK’. You cannot change the name but you can change (and translate) the description. The new Encyclopedia project will be added under ‘Content’.
Adding a new folder in the project
Popup the menu of the ‘Encyclopedia: Encarta’ folder and select ‘New > Birds’.
Adding the 'Birds' folder
You can enter a description but it will not be shown. Instead, only the class description is visible. Also, you cannot add more then one ‘Birds’ folder. This behavior is exactly what you have indicated in the ‘Birds’ class.
Adding a new sub folder in the project
Popup the menu of ‘Birds’ and select ‘New > Bird’.
Adding a 'Bird' subfolder
Enter ‘The eagle’ as description, click ‘OK’ and a new subfolder is added under the ‘Birds’ category. This time the class description is not shown as indicated in the ‘Bird’ class. The 'Birds' folder looks nicer in this way.
Adding a new topic in the project
To add the actual content about the bird we want to describe, popup the menu of the folder ‘The eagle’ and select ‘New > Bird topic’.
Adding a 'Bird topic'
Enter ‘About the eagle’ as description and click ‘OK’ to add the topic under the 'Bird' folder. Next, you can select it in the tree and enter the content in the right pane. To finish this exercise you could add some more 'Bird' folders such as 'The falcon' with the topic 'About the falcon', and 'The condor' with the topic 'About the condor' and perhaps add some images in the topics as demonstrated in the next image.
The finished birds category