The “What’s New” series: hear the experts

Thursday, July 26 2012 @ 10:32 AM, By Parth Mukherjee

On Tuesday 24th July we launched the Technical Communication Suite 4 along with FrameMaker 11, RoboHelp 10 and the re-christened FrameMaker Publishing Server 11.

I hope you have read the Adobe product managements blogs on the new product versions: here (FM11), here (TCS4) and here (RH10) if you missed them.

Coming up next is the “What’s New” webinar series where we will feature the respective Product Managers as well as product experts from the techcomm industry giving you a quick view of the new versions of the products, their key features and capabilities. And yes they will answer as many questions as are put to them.

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Adobe launch webinars (recordings)

What’s new in Adobe Technical Communication Suite 4 – Ankur Jain. August 21st. 10-11.30AM PST

What’s new in Adobe FrameMaker 11 – Kapil Verma. August 7th. 10-11.30AM PST

What’s new in Adobe RoboHelp 10 – Ankur Jain. August 14th. 10-11.30AM PST

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Presentations by independent product experts

Multiscreen HTML5 for multi-device publishing with Adobe RoboHelp 10 by John Daigle and Willam van Weelden

eBook publishing using RoboHelp 10 by John Daigle and Kevin Siegel

End-to-End Microsoft SharePoint integration with Adobe RoboHelp 10 by  John Daigle

<more to be announced shortly>

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Happy watching!

Team TechComm @ Adobe

 

 

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