Recording: Benefits of Adobe FrameMaker for MS Word Users

Earlier this week (2/16/10) I hosted an exciting eSeminar entitled “Benefits of Adobe FrameMaker for MS Word users
and I would like to thank everyone who participated in the live event,
and for those who weren’t able to make attend, the recording is now

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Click HERE to watch the recording of Benefits of Adobe FrameMaker for MS Word users
(duration: 01:00:32)
. Please user your Adobe ID and password to sign in.

I typically set my desktop resolution to 1024 x 768 for best recording
results, however because I was showing apps, which require high
resolution, you will notice some distortion in the demonstration part
of the recording. Something you may want to try is to click the
“Scroll” button at the bottom left of the Connect Pro window, which
will help you zoom in closer and follow the action around the
presenter’s mouse.  To the right is what the button looks like in all
Connect Pro recordings.

I’m always interested in hearing from customers the main reasons for why they are migrating from MS Word to FrameMaker. Please share yours by leaving a comment, or by sending me a Tweet @rjacquez, or an email at rjacquez (at)


4 Responses to Recording: Benefits of Adobe FrameMaker for MS Word Users

  1. Paul Topping says:

    The link to the recording goes instead to some kind of event signup page.

  2. RJ Jacquez says:

    Hi Paul, sorry for the confusion about the sign in page that appears. Please use your Adobe ID and password in the Returning members sign in section on the right. Once you click sign in, the recording will begin.I added a note next to the duration, and will highlight it more shortly.Sincerely,RJ Jacquez

  3. Dave says:

    Any FM experts out there willing to help out someone completely frustrated by TOC, LOT and LOF?I’m trying to update my List of Tables and List of Figures in FM 8.0 and when I click on Edit

  4. RJ Jacquez says:

    Hi Dave, thanks for your comment and I can definitely help you. Please tell me more wrt what happens when you click Edit. You can leave a comment here with more details, or email me at rjacquez at adobe.comThanks for using FrameMaker.RJ Jacquez