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FrameMaker 12: New Templates Part 2 = Paras, Tables & Object Styles for you
Show: FrameMaker 12 Features
FrameMaker 12 has new templates which provide much more document structure than earlier versions. This brief video explores the intelligence planted in paragraph styles, table styles, and the combination of object styles and graphics on the Reference Page, which allow you to instantly update all of your sample "UI" buttons. New templates in FrameMaker 12 get you up and running much more quickly in your exploration of regular/unstructured projects.
FrameMaker and WORD: Anchored Frames in Outer Margins
FrameMaker 11 has many options for controlling placement of anchored frames. This brief video examines just one popular option: placing graphics in the outer page margin of two sided page layouts. Not only are the steps simple, you can preserve all of your values in a Graphic Object Style and tag other anchored frames to behave the same way. Once you have done this, you can simply update the definition for an anchored frame object style and have all frames of the same name globally update in an identical fashion. This can be a HUGE timesaver, especially in language translation projects.
FrameMaker and WORD: Shrinkwrap for "autosized" anchored frames
This video shows how to combine two commands (a) keyboard shortcut "ESC m p" to automatically shrinkwrap your anchored frame around the size of graphic contents and (b) Object Style Designer to create a "named frame" that has the vertical baseline adjustment you desire. This is ideal for projects in which you have a lot of small screen captures for "key caps" on the baseline of your text. In this very brief video, Product Evangelist, Maxwell Hoffmann (@maxwellhoffmann) shows you how.
FrameMaker for Word: Catalogs and Designers [in depth]
Adobe Certified Expert and Trainer Barb Binder gives a solid 8 minute overview on how catalogs and designer menus are used in FrameMaker 11. Unlike Word, FrameMaker supports separate catalogs for paragraphs, character styles, table styles as well as graphic object styles. In this simple step-by-step session, Barb Binder covers the essentials on these powerful tools.
FrameMaker and Word: Graphic Object Styles
FrameMaker goes beyond Word in extending your style control over graphic object styles. As with paragraphs, character tags and tables, FrameMaker provides a catalog for object styles, which can enable you to globally update the position or appearance of named anchored frames and graphics. This functionality empowers you to achieve consistency with graphic formatting just as you have always done with text formatting.
FrameMaker and Word: Anchored Frames, 3D graphics with links, globally update positioning
Many of us have been frustrated by how "slippery" the positioning of anchored frames can be in Word. FrameMaker 11 provides considerably more control. This video starts out with a bang, showing how you can easily generate a table of parts, views or animations (with auto-hypertext links) to a 3D graphics. The published PDF output provides an attractive, guided user experience. Discover how FrameMaker 11's new Object Styles allow you to name, then globally update the appearance or positioning of both anchored frames and graphic objects. Hotspots also allow you to create a link between a zone of a graphic and related text.
FrameMaker and Word: Style Catalogs; globally update paras, text, tables, even graphics
Word's style catalogs don't obviously segregate text styles from paragraph styles. FrameMaker 11 provides simple, logical catalogs for paragraphs, character styles, table styles and even graphic object styles. In FrameMaker 11, not only can you globally update headings, lists and emphasized text, you can even change all instances of named tables, labeled anchored frames or graphic objects! This allows you a level of formatting control and document consistency amongst multiple authors you could have only dreamed of with Word. Warning: once you use these tools, there is no turning back.