Customize FrameMaker 2015 DITA Templates for your Corporate Design

[Guest Post] “Customize FrameMaker 2015 DITA Templates for your Corporate Design” by Bernard Aschwanden

In about 1,500 words I plan to teach you how to change the look of the default templates provided by Adobe for authors who create DITA content. I include step-by-step illustrated exercises to get you started. Even with no real FrameMaker experience you can quickly update the appearance of a format. You can change formatting […]

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Exciting new templates for FrameMaker 12

All of the exciting new features in FrameMaker 12 directly from user feedback and customer requests. Although FrameMaker is a powerful product and self-sufficient DITA or XML editor, it has been years since the product was released with refreshed templates. Introducing “Intelligent” Templates FrameMaker 12 has 12 new, unstructured templates. These templates have been carefully […]

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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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Webinar Highlights: Are You Tempted to Use a Template to Expedite Policies & Procedure Development?

Last week Raymond Urgo – also know as “Mr. P&P” – covered a highly useful topic you may not have considered before. If you are authoring or revamping your Policies and Procedures, what considerations should you have around templates? Should you work with boilerplate? Should you have a dynamic “shell” that your staff can easily […]

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