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Adobe Seminar: everyone is welcome

Adobe and Sabern are organizing a short half-day seminar at the Adobe Amsterdam office. The details are provided below and everyone is welcome to attend. FREE sign-up. What: Seminar on “Document-, Database- and Tablet Publishing, and Web to Print” When: Thursday … Continue reading

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Blog plan

Hi All, Firstly, our sincerest apologies for the lack of activity on this blog. We plan to consolidate it with our existing blog, but under a separate header for ease of navigation. In the meanwhile, we hope you’ve heard about … Continue reading

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Visual Guides

In September 2011, Eeva Viljanen attended her first-ever #TCUK conference. In the subsequent Winter 2011 edition of ISTC Communicator magazine, she summarised the conference and its sessions, providing a specific focus on the closing keynote session presented by IKEA on … Continue reading

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Tips for TechComm Job Seekers in the Nordics Region

Guest blogger CJ Walker, Director of Firehead Ltd., a recruitment firm specialising in Web Content, Digital Strategy and Technical Communication across Europe, contributes this posting which provides tips for those seeking TechComm jobs in the Nordics regions. Twitter: @FireheadLtd The … Continue reading

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Why ReadSoft Chose to Publish AIRHelp

ReadSoft is headquartered in Helsingborg, Sweden. Jason Nichols is Technical Writer and Trainer at ReadSoft. Twitter: @jasonanichols Web www.jasonanichols.net Publishing to Adobe AIRHelp by Jason Nichols A few years ago our Technical Communication team upgraded to Adobe’s Technical Communication Suite … Continue reading

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