#writeright 17) FrameMaker & Word: Modify DITA Templates and DITA navtitle

Tuesday, August 20 2013 @ 12:19 PM, By Maxwell Hoffmann

We continue our “FrameMaker for Word” series of featurette videos with a look at two types of modifications you can make on DITA topics or other files with structured FrameMaker 11. Adobe Certified Expert Matt Sullivan is the guest presenter in both of the videos listed below.

FrameMaker for Word: Modifying Structured Templates for DITA

Certified Adobe Expert Matt Sullivan takes you through the few simple steps to modify out-of-the-box structured FrameMaker templates for DITA 1.2. With these techniques, you can add your own company logo, or your own look and feel to topics or concepts that you create in DITA using FrameMaker 11.

FrameMaker for Word: Updating a ditamap navtitle

Adobe Certified Expert, Matt Sullivan, shows you a simple technique for updating a navtitle in a ditamap in structured FrameMaker 11. The familiar tools in the resource manager do not provide the solution. Find out how switching to the ‘document view’ for ditamap provides a simple solution.

Is FrameMaker right for you? Take the Quiz!

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Have your own hands-on with FrameMaker 11 and decide how you can use it

Adobe Technical Communication Suite 4 includes FrameMaker 11, which is an excellent authoring solution and also a versatile structured editor for DITA/XML. The possibilities with these new tools are as limitless as the profiles of our existing and potential customers. To discover how you can use FrameMaker, download a trial copy of FrameMaker 11 today. After having your own hands-on, you may decide in favor of the best bargain of all, obtaining a cloud subscription to the entire Tech Comm Suite 4, which includes RoboHelp 10, Captivate 6 and other products in addition to FrameMaker 11.

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