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Marcia Riefer Johnston: A FrameMaker Success Story
Marcia Riefer Johnston shares a real life case study in which she cut 6 weeks and $16,000 by using FrameMaker to single-source, vs. conventional methods. Benefits of the streamlined workflow included improved language translation. Johnston is a well known thought leader on technical writing and also author of "Word Up!"
ROBOHELP 10: Using FM TOC or IX with Linked FM Files
When you LINK FrameMaker source files into a RoboHelp project, you can set the single source layout to use the generated FrameMaker Table of Contents. This is an easy, 2-step process. Adobe Certified Expert Matt Sullivan walks you this logical process. Whenever your source FrameMaker book and TOC is updated, you can captured the updated TOC in your RoboHelp Project. This 90 second video shows you how.
ROBOHELP 10: Publishing to eBook format
Single source layouts in RoboHelp 10 enable you to publish to a variety of format. With the built-in eBook format, you can publish to ePub and Kindle at the same time. This brief video walks you through the choices you should make in ePub layout properties before publishing your first projects. Steps include how to choose a graphic image for your book cover. You will discover that the steps are short and extremely straight forward. For more detailed information, you should view the recorded webinar with our guest, Matt Sullivan, who covers the process of eBook publishing in greater detail at: http://adobe.ly/17YvOre
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 10: Single source layout - view with screen profiles
Single source layouts in RoboHelp 10 let you publish to out-of-the box screen profiles and layouts for HTML5 as well as other formats. This very brief video shows how you can realistically preview your RoboHelp project results for iPad vs. iPhone before publishing the final project.
ROBOHELP 10: Creating a custom Table of Contents
See how easy it is to create a new, custom TOC in RoboHelp. This product lets you have multiple TOCs to customize navigation for different audiences you publish Help for via Single Source layout. One set of source files can have different TOCs associated with specific types of output. It's easy and YOU can do it too!
Ann Rockley on From Print to Books
Ann Rockley discuss why we must discover how to take our content from print and put it out their in eBooks. We must view content differently to understand how users would transit from one device to another while consuming content. We must optimize content from a single source for all destination channels.
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: UDVs for globally updated variable terms and phrases
See how User Defined Variables (UDVs) in RoboHelp 10 allow you to create "instant update" instances of text or phrases for product names, address, UI gestures and more. Change the definition of one UDV and all instances update throughout your project. You can even insert UDFs into topic titles or boilerplate snippets. This powerful feature is extremely simple to use, as easy as editing and formatting normal text.