Structured FrameMaker 11: Printing DITA to PDF and Defining Banner Text in Strawman Topics

In this guest blog by Matt Sullivan, several easy-to-do, yet advanced features of structured FrameMaker are covered.   Recorded webinar and demos The following blog post has an accompanying recorded one-hour webinar and has two additional recorded demonstrations. To view the webinar, please visit Exploring TCS Integration Sess 1: DITA to PDF via FrameMaker & […]

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#writeright 15) FrameMaker & Word: Caution Labels, Multiple Style Updates and Templates for Variables

We continue our “FrameMaker for Word” series of featurette videos with a deep dive into Word to FrameMaker workflow, how to update formats for multiple paragraph styles in one step and using special templates just for User Variables. FrameMaker for Word: Caution Labels via Paragraph Prefixes and Reference Pages [in depth] Certified Adobe instructor, Barb […]

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Adobe STC Summit Interviews 7: Leadership in TechComm, Teaching TechComm & Copy vs. Content

In this week’s installment of more Thought Leader interview’s from this year’s STC Summit, we cover a variety of topics, ranging from how leadership can be achieved within a Technical Communication Group, essential ingredients required in teaching TechComm and what is the difference between editorial “copy” and intelligent, searchable content.

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#writeright 14) FrameMaker & Word: Keyboard Shortcuts and Word to FM workflow

We are continuing our series of “guest” #writeright “how to” videos. This week, we posted 3 more new videos by veteran FrameMaker expert (and certified expert), Barb Binder. FrameMaker for Word: Word to FrameMaker workflow [in depth] In this instructive session, Adobe Certified FrameMaker instructor Barb Binder describes 3 ways to get content from Word […]

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Adobe STC Summit Interviews 6: The Hairball of Content & Write Shorter Sentences

In this week’s installment of more Thought Leader interview’s from this year’s STC Summit, we cover a variety of topics, ranging from why TechComm students should learn HTML5, how to unravel the “hairball of content” to why it is so important to just writer shorter sentences.   Ray Gallon: Untangling the Hairball of Content “There […]

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