[Guest Post] “The (very) Long Road to Structured Writing”, by Ant Davey

In this guest blog, respected blogger and thought leader, Ant Davey, describes his personal long road to structured writing. Davey’s experience mirrors the path that many of us have traveled on or are about to embark on. Read on for useful guidance you can apply to your own journey. ________________________________________________ This article is not about […]

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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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[Guest Post] “Top 10 reasons to move from Microsoft Word to Adobe FrameMaker”, by Tammy Halter

We recently assisted a defence customer to transition from MS Word to Adobe FrameMaker 11. With the transition, several different sized technical publication templates were developed in FrameMaker. Some of the more complex requirements included the capability to have full page graphics from size A4 all the way up to large throw clears (full size graphic pages) […]

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How Novell Uses FrameMaker for Structured Global Documentation

Global infrastructure software provider uses Adobe FrameMaker to streamline the documentation process and deliver information to global audiences faster. (Detailed PDF available here) In a recent conversation with Evelyn Sealander, senior documentation manager for Novell, Evelyn discussed how the global infrastructure software provider uses Adobe FrameMaker 10 to accelerate authoring and disseminating documentation to audiences […]

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