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Create the Mobile version-Part 3
Create the Mobile version-Part 3
This video starts the hands-on portion of the tutorial series where we begin creating a mobile version of the page using the desktop design assets. We’ll begin by populating the Master Page that will serve as the basis for all the mobile page designs.
  • Muse
  • Product Version: CC
  • Views: 3,225
  • Added: Jun 03, 2014
  • Runtime: 00:07:06
  • Tags: Beaumont, CC, Dani, Mobile, Muse
How to convert just part of a PDF file
How to convert just part of a PDF file
In this tutorial you'll learn how to convert just a part or portion of a PDF file rather than the entire document to Word using Acrobat X or XI Std. or Pro.
  • Acrobat
  • Views: 18,247
  • Runtime: 00:01:41
  • Tags: export exporting converting word excel part
Exploring Clipping Paths and Import Options in InDesign CC
Exploring Clipping Paths and Import Options in InDesign CC
Clipping paths crop part of the artwork so that only a portion of the artwork appears through the shape or shapes you create. You can create clipping paths to hide unwanted parts of an image, creating both a path for the image and a frame for the graphic. In this video, you'll learn how to control the appearance of your graphics by using clipping paths and the Show Import Options dialog box. Learn more at Adobe InDesign CC: Learn by Video
  • InDesign
  • Product Version: CC
  • Views: 4,920
  • Added: Aug 19, 2013
  • Runtime: 00:09:50
  • Tags: Adobe InDesign CC, Adobe Press, Chad Chelius, Design, Digital Publishing, Graphics, Learn by Video, Peachpit, clipping paths, creative cloud
ROBOHELP 10: Define Single Source Layouts with CBT Expressions
ROBOHELP 10: Define Single Source Layouts with CBT Expressions
Our earlier video showed you how with RoboHelp 10 you can swiftly define and apply CBTs (Conditional Build Tags) to select portions of text you can exclude during publishing to create multiple versions of your project from one set of source topics. In this brief video, Product Evangelist @maxwellhoffmann shows you how to define a SSL (Single Source Layout) that as a CBT Expression associated with it. This allows you to publish to one or more HTML5 multi-screen outputs and automatically achieve the version of output you desire.
  • RoboHelp
  • Technical Communication Suite
  • Views: 182
  • Added: Aug 18, 2013
  • Runtime: 00:03:56
  • Tags: HTML5, RoboHelp, CBT, CBT Expression, Conditional Build Tag, Conditional Build Tag Expression, Single Source Layout, Single-sourcing
ROBOHELP 10: Define Condition Build Tags & CBT Expressions
ROBOHELP 10: Define Condition Build Tags & CBT Expressions
With RoboHelp 10 you can swiftly define and apply CBTs (Conditional Build Tags). This allows you to select portions of text you can exclude during publishing to create multiple versions of your project from one set of source topics. In this brief video, Product Evangelist @maxwellhoffmann shows you how to build and apply CBTs, then how to define Conditional Build Tag Expressions in the preview of your topics. Only a few simple, logical steps are required to achieve this.
  • RoboHelp
  • Technical Communication Suite
  • Views: 193
  • Added: Aug 18, 2013
  • Runtime: 00:03:48
  • Tags: RoboHelp, CBT, CBT Expression, Conditional Build Tag, Conditional Build Tag Expression, Single-sourcing
Rahel Baile: Reclaiming Content Strategy
Rahel Baile: Reclaiming Content Strategy
Rahel Baile reminds us of something critical in this STC/Adobe booth interview: technical communicators need to reclaim content strategy. This space has been widely claimed be marketing people because they are outgoing and part of content strategy is editorial. However, a good portion of content strategy is "technical", and we as tech comm professionals need to reclaim that space, which is ours. Both sides, marketing and editorial, are needed.
  • Technical Communication Suite
  • Views: 157
  • Added: Jul 20, 2013
  • Runtime: 00:01:00
  • Tags: Adobe, STC, content roles, content strategy, content strategy ownership, tech comm, techcomm, technical communicators
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