In this STC/Adobe interview, Risdon describes a 1,000 page project that had 50 different scientists contributing and was a year overdue. The conversion to FrameMaker "saved" the project by providing sturdy document structure and many features not found in competitive products. Microsoft Word was rejected because the 1,000 page content cause major problems with swapping order and updating massive cross references and index entries.
Jul 19, 2013
FrameMaker, Word, Adobe, STC, documentation, high page count, tech comm, techcomm
See how Tech Comm Suite allows RoboHelp to work seamlessly with Acrobat XI Pro to swiftly create PDF files for review in a variety of ways. You may choose RoboHelp content for review based on the TOC, content status (e.g. "ready for review"), or from a range of dates when content was changed. Once reviewers have made their comments via Free Acrobat Reader or in collaborative review via Sharepoint or Acrobat.com, all comments and annotations may be imported "in place" into the RoboHelp source files. Simple icons in the reviewer's pane make it a snap to accept or reject suggested changes.
Product Version: CS5
Apr 02, 2013
RoboHelp, acrobat, Collaborative Review, PDF annotations, PDF comments, Tech Comm Suite