An Adobe FrameMaker template stores formatting information so that it can be applied to one or more documents to ensure consistency. Learn more about working with templates in this guest blog post by Matt Sullivan.
Do you need to get FrameMaker content to your users via phones and tablets? Are you well past the due date? Here are the steps you need to get the job done, including an introduction to custom skins and branding. For more content, view the one hour recorded Adobe webinar I gave in October, 2014. […]
Yep, you heard it right! Start the clock right now, and in 5 minutes you could have a richer, more engaging tech doc than you have right now. Read through these instructions to learn how you can place video, interactive simulations, and working 3D images into your docs, and output them to electronic formats that […]
Guest Blog from Matt Sullivan Matt Sullivan shares resources and insights related to his recent webinar on “Choosing the Right Tech Comm Toolkit.” You will find links to his presentation in the body of his blog below. Editor: Maxwell Hoffmann The Adobe Technical Communication Suite 5.1 is a great choice for producing tech comm and […]
Adobe RoboHelp is a great tool for producing eBook content, including the ePUB and Kindle formats. Combine great online output with tight integration between FrameMaker content and RoboHelp, and you have a powerful combination. Earlier this year I (not surprisingly) used FrameMaker to produce the print version of my FrameMaker 11 book, Publishing Fundamentals: Unstructured […]