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.
Which TechComm trends impact you the most? What are the challenges you face while creating, managing and publishing content?
Tell us in the Adobe Tech Comm Survey 2017-2018 and get a chance to win amazing prizes! More info in this blog post.
Read how Thomas Risi, Head of Documentation Core Lab at Roche Diagnostics, and Martin Schlicksupp, CEO of commatec, successfully migrated to an XML-based structure with FrameMaker, reduced production by half, and improved the customer experience in our new Customer Success Story.
Starting with the next TCTrainNet course in September 2017, all participants in TCTrainNet will have the opportunity to benefit from a latest full version of Adobe’s FrameMaker. While studying the training unit on “The DITA Standard for Technical Communication,” participants will further have the chance to practice some hands-on learning with the latest version of Adobe FrameMaker.
On this page we have collected several Information Resources for the Adobe Technical Communication Suite (2017 release), including Adobe FrameMaker (2017 release) and Adobe RoboHelp (2017 release) for your convenience.
The 2017 release of Adobe Technical Communication Suite is available from now on! The TechComm Suite has everything you need to deliver rich, engaging content experiences across devices. Right from authoring content, to creating responsive eLearning modules and interactive presentations to omnichannel publishing, the suite provides everything. As part of this release, we released new […]
When we released XML Documentation Add-On for Adobe Experience Manager last year, we started with the vision of creating a One Adobe Solution for Technical Content. It was a culmination of hard work put in by our product team and intensive communication with our customers. Today, I am delighted to share that we are releasing […]
Most of us went through a schooling process that involved memorizing or repeating knowledge that others had come up with first. Our job, as school kids, was to absorb the linear progression of accumulated wisdom of the ages, so we could add to it “when we got older.” Technical communicators in today’s information ecosystems don’t […]