If you are interested in working with conditional processing profiles, you need to make sure that the "Easy Profiling" add-on has been installed. This is done using menu item " → ".
The "Easy Profiling" add-on adds a submenu called " ", document templates called "Conditional Processing Profiles" to the DITA, DocBook and Ebook configurations and an "Add-on|Easy Profiling" preferences sheet to the Preferences dialog box.
A "Conditional Processing Profiles" document template may be used to create a "
.profiles" file in XMLmind XML Editor. Such files contain a specification of one or more conditional processing profiles in a proprietary format.
The "" submenu lets the user work with conditional processing profiles when the document being edited is a DITA map or topic (of any kind), a DocBook 4 or 5 document, an ebook specification or an ebook source XHTML5 page.
If your DITA maps or topics use:
then it is strongly recommended not to install and use the "Easy Profiling" add-on. Anyway, this add-on is not meant to be used by DITA experts who master the two aforementioned advanced features.
A tutorial on the "Easy Profiling" add-on, including a screencast, is found in Conditional processing made easy.