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eSeminar: Benefits of Adobe FrameMaker for MS Word Users

NEW DATE AND TIME

When:
Tuesday, February 16, 2010 at 10am Pacific Time

Registration: Click HERE to Register

Duration: 60 minutes

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Login instructions:
Once you register, you will receive a confirmation e-mail, which will
include a URL for you to join the Connect Pro room the day of the
event. I will conduct a series of audio tests as participants begin to
join.

Click here to make sure your system is properly configured to participate in this Acrobat Connect Pro event.

Audio:
The audio portion for the eSeminar will be available via your computer
speakers ONLY, through Voice over IP (VoIP) and thus no phone number is
provided

Description:
Join us for this free, one hour eSeminar on the benefits of Adobe
FrameMaker for MS Word users, and learn about the functionality and
reasons why Documentation and Training authoring teams continue to
migrate to Adobe FrameMaker in order to increase productivity.

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List of Adobe Captivate Users on Twitter

On the heels of a very successful post, A Growing List of Technical Communicators on Twitter I published and also made into a Twitter list HERE, I’m starting a similar list for connecting Adobe Captivate users who are active on Twitter.  

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In fact, one of the questions I see on Twitter from new users is “Are there any Captivate users out there?” so it’s my hope to also use this list as a resource I can point Tweeps to, who are asking these questions.

If you want to add yourself to this list, please leave a message below, including your Full Name and Full Twitter URL address and I will be happy to add you to it. For those just getting started, I have a running list of Twitter best practices HERE.

NAME TWITTER USERNAME

RJ Jacquez (that’s me)

http://twitter.com/rjacquez
Rick Zanotti http://www.twitter.com/rickzanotti
Jenise Cook http://www.twitter.com/jenisecook
Ricardo Santos http://www.twitter.com/Ricas_gti
John Daigle http://www.twitter.com/hypertexas
Rick Stone http://twitter.com/captiv8r
Michael Withrow http://www.twitter.com/mikeopedia
Lieve Weymeis http://twitter.com/Lilybiri
Randy DeLay http://Www.Twitter.com/travelinrad
Nandini Gupta http://www.twitter.com/nandinizg
Joe Deegan http://www.twitter.com/joe_deegan

Ole Kristensen

http://www.twitter.com/ole_kristensen
Brian S. Friedlander http://twitter.com/assistivetek
Mark Siegrist http://twitter.com/marksiegrist
Michael Lund http://twitter.com/cpguru_com
Jana U http://twitter.com/janau

Aaron Chase

http://twitter.com/atchase
Richard Snow http://twitter.com/ricksnowaputi
Jan Van Belle http://twitter.com/jvbelle

Steve Howard

Http://www.Twitter.com/stevehoward999
Matthew Bibby  http://twitter.com/mfubib
Mark Chrisman http://twitter.com/badsquare
Bobby Rafferty http://www.twitter.com/bobbyworld

Shoshana Kleiman

http://www.twitter.com/shoshanak
Colum McAndrew http://twitter.com/robocolumn
Lesley Hamilton http://twitter.com/lahamilton32

Lisa Richardson

http://twitter.com/DoktaDivah

Tricia Ransom

http://twitter.com/TriciaRansom

D.B. Cupuro

http://www.twitter.com/cupuro
Christine Brouillard http://www.twitter.com/cebrouillard
Greg Sweet http://www.twitter.com/gps03
Brad Meyerhoff http://twitter.com/bradmeyerhoff
Maureen Rakel http://twitter.com/HP_UX_Docs
Deborah http://twitter.com/debelzie

Jamie Lewis

http://twitter.com/jlewis116
Jason Polete http://twitter.com/jpolete

Josh Cavalier

http://www.twitter.com/joshcav

Nicole Gagliardi

http://twitter.com/5StarDeveloper
Kevin Stagg http://www.twitter.com/kstagg
Terri Barnes http://twitter.com/ldcterri
Josh Saylor http://twitter.com/offici8
Jen Ludwiczak http://twitter.com/jenludwiczak

Bryan Sherman

http://www.twitter.com/bshermcincy
Karen Siegel Fitting http://twitter.com/KarenFitting
Habeeb Http://www.twitter.com/d0cster

Wanda Simpson

http://twitter.com/wls1961
Jay Russo http://twitter.com/jay97russo
Wim Hooghwinkel http://twitter.com/idtp
JFDragon http://www.twitter.com/jfdragon

Doug MacLachlan

http://twitter.com/dougmaclachlan
jun asis http://twitter.com/junasis
Matt Brewer http://twitter.com/mattbrew
Carl Chapman http://twitter.com/carlctech

Dave Howard

http://twitter.com/davHwrd
Jeff Goldman http://www.twitter.com/minutebio
Thejas http://twitter.com/vrthejas
Jason High http://www.twitter.com/RWCOSJason
Kevin Siegel http://www.twitter.com/iconlogic
Tom Adams http://www.twitter.com/aimcbt

Volker Kunze

www.twitter.com/VKunze
Knut Collin http://twitter.com/knutc

Ken Moir

http://twitter.com/KenMoir
Bob Cunningham http://twitter.com/rgcunningham
Matt Sullivan http://twitter.com/mattrsullivan
Tom Aylott http://twitter.com/aylott
Veronica Herrera http://twitter.com/vrnchrrr
Ed Martino http://twitter.com/ermphd

Brian Hayashi

http://twitter.com/connectme
Chester Stevenson http://twitter.com/chet_stevenson
Wendy Phillips http://twitter.com/retrogrrl
Karl Goddard http://twitter.com/karl_goddard/
David Knopf http://www.twitter.com/DavidAKnopf
Brent Arnold http://www.twitter.com/iBrent
Rob Bartlett http://www.twitter.com/robbartlett
Chris Davis http://twitter.com/chrisdavistech
Michael Abrams http://www.twitter.com/mikeabrams
Adriana Harper http://twitter.com/gramstypewriter
Pam Coleman http://twitter.com/pam_brandpointe

Yamen Al-Haj

http://twitter.com/yamenalhaj
Dave Gibson http://www.twitter.com/davecgibson
Tony Hartsfield http://twitter.com/tlhartsfield
Patrick Masters http://www.twitter.com/pmasters8941
Theresa Shelton http://twitter.com/tshelts
Lena Nozizwe http://twitter.com/lenanozizwe
Mugdha Vairagade http://twitter.com/mugdhav
Brian Giambalvo http://www.twitter.com/briangiambalvo
Cana Nudi http://twitter.com/educatore
Karissa Enger http://twitter.com/karissakim208
Dave Halvorson  http://twitter.com/halvorsd
Meredith Maples http://www.twitter.com/memaples
   

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A Growing List of Technical Communicators on Twitter

I was inspired to publish this post by a conversation happening now on
the Technical Communication Professionals
(techcommpros) forum, entitled “Are you on Twitter?” which was started by Paula R. Stern (@writepoint)
from WritePoint Ltd.
 

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One of the most watched eSeminar recordings that I have published is “Twitter for Technical Communicators” and I continue to see more and more Technical Communicators join Twitter, which is extremely exciting considering how passionate I am about this profession and about the need for Technical Communicators to embrace the Social Media revolution.

Having said that, I have decided to compile a list of Technical Communicators on Twitter in order to highlight their work, encourage others to join Twitter, and to follow each other.

I will start with the Twitterers who have listed their usernames on the techcommpros thread. If you want to add yourself to this list, please leave a message below, including your Full Name and Full Twitter URL address and I will be happy to add you to it. For those just getting started, I have a running list of Twitter best practices HERE.

 NAME TWITTER USERNAME

Paula R. Stern

http://twitter.com/writepoint
Sue Heim http://twitter.com/sue_sd
RJ Jacquez (that’s me) http://twitter.com/rjacquez
Mike Starr http://twitter.com/MikeStarrWriter
David Farbey http://twitter.com/dfarb
Bill Swallow http://twitter.com/techcommdood
Arroxane Eber http://twitter.com/Arroxane
Susan Modlin http://twitter.com/smodlin
Mike McCallister http://twitter.com/workingwriter
Michael O’Neill http://twitter.com/mojoneill

Jack DeLand

http://twitter.com/MaxWedge426
Susan W Gallagher http://twitter.com/susanwg
Gordon McLean http://twitter.com/onemanwrites
Laura Lemay http://twitter.com/lemay
Carol Anne Wall http://twitter.com/EmDashProf
Alan Houser http://twitter.com/arh
Linda Urban http://twitter.com/lindaurban
Nandini Gupta http://twitter.com/nandinizg
Ed Marsh http://twitter.com/edmarsh
Michael Opsteegh http://twitter.com/StubbornlyWrite
Samartha Vashishtha http://twitter.com/samarthav
Mark Tamblyn http://twitter.com/marktamblyn
John Ellam http://twitter.com/John_Ellam
Mathew Cherian http://twitter.com/mathew_cherian
Ben Minson http://twitter.com/gryphmount
Rachel Peters http://twitter.com/rachelhpeters
Peggy Harvey http://twitter.com/paharvey
Maureen Rakel http://twitter.com/HP_UX_Docs

Ed Martino

http://twitter.com/ermphd
Donna Weaver http://twitter.com/ddweaver7
Colum McAndrew http://twitter.com/robocolumn

Shoshana Kleiman

http://twitter.com/shoshanak

Rachel Houghton

http://twitter.com/rjhoughton
Sujith Kumar Mallath http://twitter.com/vcsujith
Linda Furlet http://twitter.com/planosoprano
Susan Modlin http://twitter.com/smodlin
Rhonda Bracey http://twitter.com/cybertext
Jan Wright http://twitter.com/windexing
Kath Bowman http://twitter.com/kathbowman

Richard Mateosian

http://twitter.com/xrmxrm
Mousumi Rao http://twitter.com/mousumirao
Guy K. Haas http://twitter.com/swexegete
Walter Hanig http://twitter.com/walterhanig
Matt Sullivan http://twitter.com/mattrsullivan
Rahul Prabhakar http://twitter.com/rahulprabhakar
Peter Grainge http://twitter.com/petergrainge
Beth Agnew http://www.twitter.com/professorsan

Dianne Volek

http://twitter.com/leaderslibrary
John Daigle http://twitter.com/hypertexas
Christie Fidura http://twitter.com/cfidurauk
Donald Hines http://twitter.com/hineswriter
Rick Stone  http://twitter.com/captiv8r
Rajshree http://twitter.com/techwritinglabs
Anne Gentle http://twitter.com/annegentle
Nick Tompkins www.twitter.com/tompsk
Ellis Pratt www.twitter.com/ellispratt
Steve Lagreca http://twitter.com/slagreca
Al Hood http://twitter.com/ahood50
Aaron Davis and Scott Nesbitt http://www.twitter.com/dmnguys
Avi Hein http://twitter.com/avihein
Emma Quigley http://twitter.com/emquigley
Heather Rinke http://www.twitter.com/hrinke

Yossi Rosoff

http://twitter.com/YossRosoff
Sam http://twitter.com/plaindocs
Jonathan Lifschitz http://twitter.com/buduel
Alice Jane Emanuel http://twitter.com/alicejanee
Yitzhak Teutsch  http://twitter.com/YTeutsch
Sulakshana  http://twitter.com/sulak99
Tony Chung  http://twitter.com/techcom
Maya Regev http://twitter.com/mayaregev
Karan Sachar http://twitter.com/karandeepsachar
Yaakov Simon http://twitter.com/rebyaakov
Dave Howard http://twitter.com/davHwrd
Brenda Huettner http://twitter.com/bphuettner
Lance Robert http://twitter.com/lancerobert
STC San Diego http://twitter.com/stcsandiego
Kevin Siegel http://twitter.com/iconlogic
Barb Binder http://twitter.com/barbbinder
Peter Gold http://twitter.com/protographer
Heather Rinke http://www.twitter.com/hrinke
David Kowalsky http://twitter.com/davkow
Sue Collins http://twitter.com/jewelry4sue
Rebecca Moffitt http://www.twitter.com/becs_tweets
Janet Swisher http://twitter.com/jmswisher
Bryan Sherman http://twitter.com/bshermcincy
Raghuram http://twitter.com/pragram
Cheryl Landes http://twitter.com/landesc
Simon Bate http://www.twitter.com/simonbate
Julio Vazquez http://twitter.com/juliov27612
Vinish Garg http://twitter.com/vingar
Theresa Cameron http://twitter.com/intecommunity
Suhasini http://twitter.com/suhasini

Ivan Walsh

http://twitter.com/ivanwalsh

Evelyn Yoder

http://twitter.com/appsWhisperer
Sulakshana http://twitter.com/Sulakshana
Amanda Caley http://twitter.com/caleychameleon
Prem Garudadri http://twitter.com/techwriter09
Paul K. Sholar http://twitter.com/bkwdgreencomet
Neeraj Jain http://www.twitter.com/neerajjain8
Kirsty Taylor http://twitter.com/kirstyt

STC Pittsburgh

http://twitter.com/stcpgh

Robin Davidson

http://twitter.com/sixdegreespgh
Ronit Goldstand http://twitter.com/rgoldstand

Caroline Boyle

http://twitter.com/caroboyle
Larry Kunz http://twitter.com/larry_kunz
Subhajyoti http://twitter.com/diegostrikes
Rich Maggiani http://twitter.com/richmaggiani

Ed Marshall

http://twitter.com/EdMarshall
Diana Ost http://twitter.com/etechwriter
Barbara Coleman http://twitter.com/Angelwomyn
Paul Mueller http://twitter.com/Paul_UserAid
Char James-Tanny http://twitter.com/CharJTF
Marie-Louise Flacke http://twitter.com/Flacke
Michael Withrow http://www.twitter.com/mikeopedia
Mary Forde http://www.twitter.com/knowmatter
Christine Brouillard http://www.twitter.com/cebrouillard
Michael Hunsberger http://twitter.com/mhunsberger

Marlon Ceballos

http://twitter.com/adobexpert

Alyssa Fox

http://www.twitter.com/afox98
Alan J. Porter http://twitter.com/alanjporter
Florence Dujardin http://www.twitter.com/afdujardin

Elizabeth John

http://twitter.com/liz_j

Kathy Holmes

http://twitter.com/kathyholmes

Brett Johnson

http://twitter.com/mrscripter
Debbie http://twitter.com/debbiedocs
Adriana Harper http://twitter.com/gramstypewriter
Habeeb Http://www.twitter.com/d0cster
Neal Dench http://twitter.com/ndench
Vidhyalakshmi K http://www.twitter.com/VidhyalakshmiK
Richard Pineger http://twitter.com/rpineger
Joe Welinske http://twitter.com/jwelinske
Gil Vinokoor http://twitter.com/vinokoor  
Laurin Marden http://twitter.com/lmardennh
Hamish Blunck http://twitter.com/hamishblunck
Mugdha Vairagade  http://twitter.com/mugdhav
Tony O’Connell http://twitter.com/tonyoconnell
Lisa Adams http://twitter.com/lisa34play

Catherine Hibbard

http://twitter.com/WritingTechDocs
Pooja Joshi http://twitter.com/poojavinish
Reinhild Freitag http://twitter.com/REFreitag

Christina Eftekhar

http://twitter.com/cseftekhar 
Deborah Sauer http://twitter.com/DeborahSauer
Patty Blount www.twitter.com/pattyblount
Traci Pearson http://twitter.com/PearsonTechComm
Michelle Lentz http://twitter.com/writetechnology
Phylise Banner http://twitter.com/Phylisebanner
Vishal Gupta http://twitter.com/vishgupt
   
   
   
   
   
   
   

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eSeminar Reminder: Adobe AIR 101 for Technical Communicators (12/03/09)

When: Thursday, December 3, 2009 at 9:00am Pacific Time

Registration: Click HERE to Register

Duration: 90 minutes to accommodate for questions

 

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Login instructions: Once you register, you will receive a confirmation e-mail, which will include a URL for you to join the Connect Pro room the day of the event. I will conduct a series of audio tests as participants begin to join.

Click here to make sure your system is properly configured to participate in this Acrobat Connect Pro event.

Audio: The audio portion for the eSeminar will be available via your computer speakers ONLY, through Voice over IP (VoIP) and thus no phone number is provided

Description: The Adobe Integrated Runtime (AIR) platform continues to gain momentum with more than 200+ Million installations in less than two year and on 11/17/09 Adobe announced the availability of the public beta of Adobe AIR 2.0.

On December 15, 2008, eWeek Labs selected AIR as one of the Top 10 Products of the Year. eWEEK Labs staff wrote: “The product that comes closest right now to the true vision of this next-generation Web application is Adobe AIR. Descended from Flash, AIR makes it possible to build powerful and interactive applications that have all of the benefits of both Web and desktop apps …”

In this eSeminar, you will learn the ABCs of Adobe AIR and the reasons why AIR is the ultimate platform for the next generation of Technical Documentation. We will also go over the reasons why leading companies like the New York Times, eBay and TweetDeck are building powerful applications on Adobe AIR. And finally how Adobe is using AIR to deliver cutting edge Web 2.0 Community Help for our Adobe Technical Communication Suite 2 customers.

Related Recording:

 

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Thank You Adobe Customers!

In today’s fast paced world we live in, my favorite holiday is Thanksgiving because we get a chance to pause, go analog, and reflect with our families on the things we are most thankful for.  

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This year, I have a long list of reasons to be grateful for, including my family, my son, my wife, my parents (my dad will turn 80 years young in January), and my brothers and sisters.

I’m also thankful for my job, which I absolutely love, and which is only possible because of our Adobe customers. At Adobe we are very fortunate to have some of the most passionate users in the world and for that we are very thankful!

So today whether you are in the States celebrating Thanksgiving with your families, or outside the United States,

  • I thank you for using our Adobe products!
  • I thank our Certified Trainers around the world for being great Evangelists of our products!
  • I thank our Adobe partners for building technologies, which take out products beyond the included out-of-the-box functionality!
  • I thank our Twitter followers for being tuned in and engaged with us!
  • I especially thank my eLearning Suite and Technical Communication Suite customers

For our US customers, we hope today you have a great day with your family and Happy Thanksgiving!

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The Next generation of Acrobat.com is Here

Today (11/21/09) Adobe has launched a new and much improved version of Acrobat.com, our
Online Office Suite, which includes the following online services:
 

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  • Web Conferencing via ConnectNow — Host online meetings with easy-to-use web conferencing
  • File Sharing and Storage — Rather than sending large e-mail attachments back and forth, simply share your file online with a URL that is always the same
  • Online Adobe PDF Creation— Easily create Adobe® PDF documents from your existing files in Microsoft® Word, Excel®, PowerPoint®, and many other applications
  • Adobe Buzzword beta — Write, edit and comment on documents with your team
  • Acrobat.com Presentations beta — Work with others to create stunning presentations
  • Acrobat.com Tables beta — Collaborate on data and information typically shared in spreadsheets or simple databases

Here are useful resources for all things Acrobat.com, in the way of Tweets, which I posted earlier today. Note the links in the tweets below are live:

Additionally, here are previous blog posts I have published on Acrobat.com:

Finally, here are some early reviews on the new Acrobat.com:

To learn about breaking Adobe News, follow me on Twitter @rjacquez.

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A Sneak Peek of Adobe Captivate for Mac

I’m currently in San Jose, CA, attending Adobe Learning Summit 09 and DevLearn 09 and yesterday, in one of my sessions, I showed a sneak peek of the much anticipated Adobe Captivate for Mac software. The session went really well and I wanted to share publicly the same demonstration I provided.  

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I hope you like it and incidentally, I have announced on Twitter that I will be giving away a free copy of Adobe Captivate for Mac when it becomes available to one of my followers, which I will randomly pick when I reach 2,000 followers.  To participate, all you have to do is follow me @rjacquez. If you are already following me, no need to do anything else.

Click the image below to launch the recording:

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An invitation to our Adobe RoboHelp customers

I am working with Ankur Jain, our recently appointed Product Manager for RoboHelp, to help him meet US based customers. If you would like discuss how your company uses RoboHelp, either standalone, or along with other tools in the Technical Communication Suite, and share with Ankur your wish list for future releases of the product, please email Ankur directly at
ankujain "at" adobe "dot" com to receive more information.

The dates are not yet fixed but are likely to be toward the end of October 09, beginning of November 09. I thank you in advance if you volunteer to meet with Ankur!

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Licensing error Fix in Adobe Captivate 4 Text-to-Speech

 

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One of the great new features in Adobe Captivate 4 is the ability to convert simple text into speech, using Text-to-Speech. This feature works great out-of-the-box and it even enables one to customize the pronunciation of existing words and add new words to the dictionary.  However if you have tried doing this, you probably have noticed that you get various errors when you preview the new pronunciation, which makes it sound like you don’t have a fully licensed version of Adobe Captivate 4.

I have now heard from several customers, who have asked what is needed to correct this issue and thus I contacted our engineering team, who has provided me with a fix, and which I am sharing with you here.

I have uploaded a file to Acrobat.com, which fixes this issue, and here are the steps for you to download it and properly copy it to the correct place:

  1. Use the following link to download “UserDicEng.adb” from Acrobat.com
  2. Once downloaded, navigate to the following folder for replacing the Dictionary Editor for Kate: “C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Captivate 4\VT\Kate\M16\bin”
  3. To make a backup copy of the existing UserDicEng.exe file, rename it to UserDicEng_backup.exe
  4. Now copy the file you downloaded in step 1 to the folder in step 2
  5. Rename UserDicEng.adb to UserDicEng.exe (be sure to remove .adb)
  6. Finally, repeat the same steps to replace the Dictionary Editor for Paul, by navigating to this directory: “C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Captivate 4\VT\Paul\M16\bin”

Once you have followed these steps, you will be able to add and customize existing words without received the licensing errors.  Thank you for using Adobe Captivate 4 and please RT so that you can share this fix with your own Twitter followers.

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Migrating to and Benefiting from Structured Authoring using Adobe FrameMaker 9: Live eSeminar

 

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Join me for this free 90-minute eSeminar, specifically designed for FrameMaker unstructured users, as well as MS Word users, who are considering migrating their documents to a structured authoring environment using Adobe FrameMaker 9.

Migrating your existing unstructured FrameMaker documents, or Microsoft Word documents to Structured documents in Adobe FrameMaker 9, is much easier than you may think, and the benefits include the ability to enforce authoring consistency, guided authoring, real-time validation and others. In this 90-minute eSeminar, we will explore the differences between unstructured and structured documents, and the overall process of using conversion tables in Adobe FrameMaker 9 for wrapping unstructured styles into structured elements, as well as basic DITA concepts in FrameMaker.

Here are the specifics and what we will cover during this 90-minute live eSeminar:

When: Friday, July 24, 2009 at 10:00am Pacific Time

Registration: http://bit.ly/j0Okt

Duration: 90 minutes to accommodate questions

Login instructions: Once you register, you will receive a confirmation e-mail, which will include a URL for you to join the Connect Pro room the day of the event. I will conduct a series of audio tests as participants begin to join.

Click here to make sure your system is properly configured to participate in this Acrobat Connect Pro event.

Audio: The audio portion for the eSeminar will be available via your computer speakers ONLY, through Voice over IP (VoIP) and thus no phone number is provided

Session Description: Migrating your existing unstructured FrameMaker documents, or Microsoft Word documents to Structured documents in Adobe FrameMaker 9, is much easier than you may think, and the benefits include the ability to enforce authoring consistency, guided authoring, real-time validation and others. In this 90-minute eSeminar, we will explore the differences between unstructured and structured documents, and the overall process of using conversion tables in Adobe FrameMaker 9 for wrapping unstructured styles into structured elements, as well as basic DITA concepts in FrameMaker.

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