Introducing FrameMaker XML Author

January 31, 2014 @ 5:09 PM, By kverma

Hello Framers, Today, I wanted to tell you about a brand, new product called FrameMaker XML Author, which we launched as part of the recent new release of FrameMaker line of products. FrameMaker XML Author (FMXA) is a fully standards-compliant XML editor, which lets you work with standards like DITA, S1000D or any custom XML read more…

FrameMaker 12 is here!

January 14, 2014 @ 5:17 PM, By Maxwell Hoffmann

            Hello Framers, Wish you all a happy new year 2014! Hope you had a relaxing holiday break and are feeling fully recharged to get back into action in the new year! Today, I have some exciting news for you! It is my pleasure to announce the availability of the read more…

Consolidated list of Adobe Tech Comm Product Reviews

January 14, 2014 @ 2:00 PM, By Vikram Verma

Hello All, I wanted to share a consolidated list of Adobe Tech Comm Products reviews so far. I will be adding to this list as more reviews become available. Hopefully, this serves as a useful central resource for those of you looking for expert, neutral opinions on these products. FrameMaker 12 A review published on read more…

Congratulations to Adobe Tech Comm Content Strategy & Tool Survey Winners

November 22, 2013 @ 8:07 AM, By Vikram Verma

First of all, a big thanks to all those, who participated in The Adobe Tech Comm Content Strategy & Tool Survey, which ended on 4th Oct 2013. We got an overwhelming response and your inputs helped us understand the current state of the tech comm industry and provided a number of insights, some of which read more…

GUEST BLOG: Setting the Help Hooks: Context Sensitive Help Using RoboHelp

November 7, 2013 @ 12:08 PM, By Maxwell Hoffmann

Help maven, Neil Perlin, is delivering a 3-part webinar series on Advanced RoboHelp. This is the first of 3 guest blogs by Neil that summarize his guest webinars. This blog covers highlights of “Setting the Help Hooks: Context Sensitive Help Using RoboHelp.” If you click on the webinar title in the previous sentence, you will read more…

#writeright 25) FrameMaker & Word: Autosize Anchored Frames & Find Specific Fonts

September 18, 2013 @ 1:15 AM, By Maxwell Hoffmann

This blog in our series of “how to” videos with FrameMaker covers two simple, but often overlooked capabilities. The first video covers how to face the challenge in which your document is peppered with a specific font override you wish to replace with a character tag. The second video featured couples a very old keyboard read more…

Adobe Technical Communication Products – Next release plan

September 9, 2013 @ 11:30 AM, By kverma

Hello Tech Comm Professionals, Hope you are well! I am sure many of you would have come across the announcement made by Adobe in May of this year, about the Creative products. Since this announcement was made, there has been plenty of lively discussion in the Tech Comm user community as well about the strategy read more…

Adobe Day Oct 20: Ideas “bloom” in City of Roses (Portland)

September 6, 2013 @ 12:55 PM, By Maxwell Hoffmann

The Adobe Tech Comm Marketing Team is excited to announce a FREE upcoming thought leadership and networking event “Adobe Day @ LavaCon 2013“! This half day event, which includes Continental Breakfast and a networking lunch takes place Sunday morning, October 20th, in Portland Oregon’s downtown Hilton Hotel (the Lavacon conference venue). Registration begins at 8:00 read more…

RoboHelp 10 Featurette Video, part 13: Formatting RH List Numbers from Linked FM Files

September 5, 2013 @ 2:38 AM, By Maxwell Hoffmann

Linking FrameMaker files as source into RoboHelp projects is easy. However, you may hit a glitch if you decide to change fonts for lists; if the CSS style was based on formatting in FrameMaker, you may need an extra step to fix the number’s font when you change fonts for list items. Adobe Certified Expert, read more…

“FrameMaker for Word Users” Round Up: Collected Blogs and videos

September 3, 2013 @ 12:29 PM, By Maxwell Hoffmann

UPDATE: please note that although this blog was written for FrameMaker 11 before the release of FrameMaker 12, all functional areas are still relevant. There are even more compelling reasons to migrate from Word to the latest FrameMaker 12. Stay tuned for more blogs and updated videos. Some months back we began our “douwriteright” campaign read more…

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