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RoboHelp 10 Featurette Videos, part 12: Using FM TOC or IX with Linked FM Files

When you LINK FrameMaker source files into a RoboHelp project, you can set the single source layout to use the generated FrameMaker Table of Contents. This is an easy, 2-step process. Adobe Certified Expert Matt Sullivan walks you this logical process. Whenever your source FrameMaker book and TOC is updated, you can captured the updated […]

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#WriteRight 7) FrameMaker & Word: Single-sourcing and multi-channel publications

FrameMaker 11 has a long history of creating multiple versions of documents or projects to address different audiences, and similar but slightly different product lines. For at least two decades, FrameMaker users have been able to use conditional text control to issue different, custom versions of documents from a single set of “base” source documents. […]

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View Flexible Interaction Language Scheme for multi-device publishing via RoboHelp 10

Our November 9th blog on “3 Key Webinar Recordings to Help set your strategy for 2013” made reference to our recording of a November webinar with Joe Welinske, which focused on how to use on placeholder (UDV) for multiple device gestures when single-source publishing to multiple screens. Specifically, you may have documentation for an app, […]

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Tablet and Mobile Roundup: Compendium of Tech Comm Suite recordings

Tech Comm Suite 4 with RoboHelp 10 and FrameMaker 11 introduced vastly improved capabilities to publish to tablets and mobile devices with the addition of multiscreen HTML5 output. Now, single-source publishing can swiftly address multiple devices on a customized basis based on media query, profiles and more. AdobeTCS has recently hosted a series of webinars […]

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White Paper and Webinar on RoboHelp 10 User Defined Variables

User assistance thought pioneer, Joe Welinske, has authored a valuable White Paper that addresses an important issue: how to use a flexible interaction language scheme with User Defined Variables. This blog touches on key concepts contained in the White Paper; you may download the White Paper “Interactions with User Defined Variables” by clicking here. Adobe […]

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Part 2: 13 Common mistakes communicating Policies & Procedures Webinar highlights

Raymond Urgo completed his coverage of the 13 most common mistakes in managing and communicating policies and procedures. Having spent years in this field, Urgo has observed many common mistakes, starting with the error of handling training separating from development of P&P. This brief blog highlights a few key points made by Urgo and contains […]

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