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FrameMaker for Word: Context sensitive formatting in DITA
FrameMaker 11 is a straight forward, accessible DITA editor. The process is so simple that you can start authoring DITA, even before you fully understand DITA structure. This 4 minute demo introduces you to the simple user interface and how "promoting" a list item via simple drag-n-drop will change its formatting! With FrameMaker, you can begin authoring in an out-of-the box DITA application with minimal training and ramp up time.
ROBOHELP 10: Resource Manager for Shared Graphics
RoboHelp 10's Resource Manager lets teams collaborate in authoring by using shared resources. Text and graphics may be saved to a central location (e.g. SharePoint) and be pulled from a convenient panel right into your project content. A simple drag n' drop operation allows you to add potent content. An authorized team member may update an image or text just once, and it updates "everywhere." Watch this brief video to discover how "You can do it too!"
RoboHelp 10: Image Map - hyperlink sections of screen captures
In addition to making an entire image function as a hyperlink, RoboHelp 10 enables you to identify sections of an image or screen capture which you would like to link to different targets. Image maps allow you to draw a desired "hot zone" shape over a button, field, or section of graphic, and have hyperlink action to another section of the project, or even a URL. It's as easy as making a hyperlink; all you need is to know where to find the menu!
RoboHelp 10: Bookmarks
RoboHelp 10 bookmarks allow you to swiftly create destinations for hyperlinks that go below the topic level. Bookmarks are also useful for adding subtopic links in a TOC. Another use for bookmarks is to help a user instantly navigate to key portions of long tables or lists of information. You can create bookmarks in RoboHelp with a simple drag n' drop!
RoboHelp 10: DHTML Drop Downs
RoboHelp 11's support for DHTML gives you a powerful way to reduce your usage of screen real estate by stuffing screen captures or graphics under drop down menus. This allows the user to view one screen capture at a time, rather than scroll through several screens. The technique to create this effect is extremely easy; literally anyone can learn to do this.