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Developing ExtendScripts – Part 2

An overview of developing ExtendScripts

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Developing ExtendScripts – Part 1

An overview of developing ExtendScripts

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FrameMaker Captivate integration in TCS3

Tweet Instead of plain text documents, readers are looking for a richer experience when they consume content—across all platforms, devices, and formats. TCS3 includes two industry leading tools for authoring documents and creating eLearning content—FrameMaker 10 and Captivate 5—which provide just that! TCS3 makes you even more productive by providing strong coupling between all its […]

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Designing templates in FrameMaker (Part 1)

In this detailed blog post series, Asit Pant, a veteran technical communicator and FrameMaker community-member, guides you through the main steps in the process of creating a FrameMaker template. The information in this series is targeted mainly toward creating unstructured templates, but many parts of it also apply to structured templates.

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Technical Communication Suite 3 : Linking FrameMaker DITAMAP and DITA topics in RoboHelp 9

Tweet RoboHelp 9 has introduced an additional option to the File > Link > FrameMaker Document menu command that lets you link to FrameMaker DITAMaps and FrameMaker DITA Topics. FrameMaker users working with DITA can now link FrameMaker ditamap and dita topics as well in addition to FrameMaker books, FrameMaker documents, and Word documents. Note: […]

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Publishing Captivate demos to Kindle using RoboHelp

Tweet With Adobe RoboHelp 9, you can create EPUB-content and distribute to different devices. You can make Adobe Captivate demos and interactive quizzes available on devices by embedding them in RoboHelp projects. Here are the instructions to get Captivate demos on Amazon Kindle using RoboHelp: Insert the Captivate SWF file in your RoboHelp project. Generate […]

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History, Favorites, and one-click bookmarking in the Adobe Community Help Client

Tweet The Adobe Community Help Client (CHC) maintains a history of the web sites and pages that you visited in the past. Select History > Browsing History to find pages that you recently visited. To clear all the data of your browsing activities with a single click – just, click Clear History. It’s that easy. […]

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Tabbed browsing in the Adobe Community Help Client – simple and easy!

Tweet There are many of us who love tabbed browsing for its ease-of-use and also that it keeps the desktop less cluttered! We now bring you this cool feature in the CHC, too. With tabbed browsing, just like in a browser, you can do the following in the CHC: Open multiple pages in separate tabs  […]

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Technical Communication Suite 3 is here!

Tweet Technical Communication Suite 3 has now gone live! Some of the new features include: Robust single sourcing and publishing to multiple devices including ePub from both FrameMaker and RoboHelp environments (TCS special versions). Seamless review and collaboration. Improved cross-product integration. Complete suite supports scripting, thus strengthening automation workflows. Improved search capability in the outputs. […]

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Customizing the Adobe Community Help Client using Preferences

Tweet The Adobe Community Help Client (CHC) offers a number of preferences to help you personalize your CHC, and control how the content is displayed.  Select Edit > Preferences to set your CHC preferences. General Settings You can choose a light or dark colored theme for the CHC. Browsing History and Search History are enabled, […]

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