PPC Guides and Practice Aids show an edition date to denote the editorial completion of the publication. The edition date is shown as year and month in parentheses, ex: (2013/09), following publication titles and in template headers. Additional time is then required after editorial completion for the programming of Checkpoint Tools and product delivery. Actual delivery time of the Checkpoint Tools product may be a month or two after the edition date.
The edition date of each Checkpoint Tools product is shown in the tree selector, see example below:
You can compare the editions in your display to those posted on our website. To access this list click here.
PPC also uses versions to denote the release of Checkpoint Tools products. To use this method of comparison, please refer to the Latest Version Report which can be accessed from the main menu in Checkpoint Tools.