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FrameMaker for Word: Insert Landscape Pages Next to Numbered Headings
In Microsoft Word, there are often problems associated with inserting single column layout or landscape pages within multicolumn layout, if a section break is required in the middle of a multi-level list, or next to a numbered heading. This is not the case with FrameMaker. Word requires section breaks to change page layout; FrameMaker uses straight forward master pages for page layout. Watch this brief video to see how "unbreakable multi-level numbering" in FrameMaker stays intact as individual page layout is changed, or even when a landscape page is inserted next to multi-level numbered headings.
FrameMaker for Word: Landscape pages in Portrait documents [in depth]
Adobe Certified Trainer Barb Binder takes you through the simple steps of creating and using landscape pages mixed in a portrait oriented document. Unlike Microsoft Word, FrameMaker uses master pages, not section breaks. This eliminates a host of problems experienced by Word users when section breaks are adjacent to complex numbered headings or lists. You can either allow pagination to go through the FrameMaker landscape page, or around the landscape page.
App of the Week - Sears Patio and Grills
Sears: They know catalogs. In this app of the week video, Teresa Demel shows how the catalog experts use Digital Publishing Suite to create an interactive shopping experience from inspiration to purchase. Buttons and slideshows help readers research products. Nav-to buttons make it easy to find the right section. Audio and video overlays further inform the shopping process and set the mood
App of the Week - Esquire Weekly
At the Adobe Digital Publishing Summit in May 2013, Hearst announced the impending launch of Esquire Weekly, available only to digital subscribers. This special perk provides a la carte content for readers and drives digital subscriptions. The magazine is organized in one article per section, making the content easily digestible.
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: Snippets for Boilerplate updates
See how snippets in RoboHelp 10 give you a library of re-usable sections of text, UDVs (variables) or graphics. Save once, use many times. Edit the snippet once, and all instances change. You will be amazed at the simplicity of the user interface. You can even select and copy sections of repetitious text from your content (lists, cautions, etc.) and copy it into a new snippet!
FrameMaker and Word: Single source publishing with conditional text and user variables
Although Word has a loose equivalent to user variables, this features is far easier and more straight-forward in FrameMaker 11. Unlike Word, no macros or arcane program strings are required. User variables are ideal for product names, company locations, designated staff members ... anything that is likely to change in your document. Simple actions allow you to globally update not only the content of variables, but their appearance as well. You can combine this feature with conditional text control, which allows you to swiftly "show" or "hide" different sections of text, tables or entire graphics that are associated with a certain version of your documentation. This allows a single set of source files to produce multiple versions of your documentation for various customers or internal content consumers. These features can be invoked with simple keyboard shortcuts while authoring, and you can import their values and setting from one document into an entire book!