Contents - 1. Basic tools in the state of the art; 2. Schemes for argument from analogy, classification and precedent; 3. Knowledge-related, practical and other schemes; 4. Arguments from generally accepted opinions, commitment and character; 5. Causal argumentation schemes; 6. Schemes and enthymemes; 7. Attack, rebuttal and refutation; 8. The history of schemes; 9. A user's compendium of schemes; 10. Refining the classification of schemes; 11. Formalizing schemes; 12. Schemes in computer systems.