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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 12: New Templates Part 1 = Complete documents
Show: FrameMaker 12 Features
FrameMaker 12 includes a dozen completely new templates. You will notice that these files not only have a fresh look-and-feel, but they are populated with English sample text, markers, cross-references and other useful features. As this demonstration illustrates, the ideal way to explore these templates is with the pods in your workspace to view conditional text, markers and more.
What Is The Reference Monitor For in Premiere Pro?
The Reference Monitor in Premiere Pro is perfect for comparing frames from different parts of a sequence. It’s also perfect to show any of the built-in scopes for precision color correction. Find out how you can begin using this powerful tool to be more productive and get accurate color.
Linked Smart Objects
Photoshop Product Manager, Stephen Nielson, demonstrates how you can use new linked Smart Objects to improve collaboration and work more efficiently. Linked Smart Objects can reference files stored on your local system or local network drive so now you can use the same object in multiple Photoshop documents, change it one time, and have that change flow through your Photoshop documents.
FrameMaker and WORD: Time-saving Cross Reference Tricks
Cross references (xrefs) are a hallmark of long, complex FrameMaker techcom documents. Unfortunately, not all FM users have discovered the handy, optional "pods" that can appear at the bottom of your workspace. The Cross Reference pod is extremely useful for display previously hidden meta-data associated with your xrefs. For instance, you can view all xrefs in all open documents, of filter your view to only display external xrefs, or unresolved (broken) xrefs. This brief video takes you through a complete tour of the tools at your disposal in the indispensable cross reference pod.
FrameMaker and WORD: Convert Graphics via Smart Paste
You can easily import a Word document into unstructured FrameMaker format by simply opening the Word file in FrameMaker. One shortcoming is that the graphics embedded in Word will come over as embedded graphics in FrameMaker; this makes your files larger and you cannot edit the graphics. The Smart Paste command in structured FrameMaker may be used to swiftly convert selected Word graphics into referenced graphics. In this brief video, Adobe Product Evangelist, Maxwell Hoffmann (@maxwellhoffmann) shows you the simple steps to accomplish this. You are actually just using a temporary DITA Topic files as a placeholder to allow the file conversion to take place via smart paste. Try it; it's easy!
ROBOHELP 10: Formatting RH List Numbers from Linked FrameMaker Files
Linking FrameMaker files as source into RoboHelp projects is easy. However, you may hit a glitch if you decide to change fonts for lists; if the CSS style was based on formatting in FrameMaker, you may need an extra step to fix the number's font when you change fonts for list items. Adobe Certified Expert, Matt Sullivan, shows the simple steps required to correct this issue in a brief video. Bookmark this one, it is a great reference!