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ROBOHELP 10: Using FM TOC or IX with Linked FM Files
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
  • Technical Communication Suite
  • Views: 109
  • Added: Sep 01, 2013
  • Runtime: 00:01:25
  • Tags: FrameMaker, RoboHelp, FrameMaker source files, TOC, Table of Contents, single source layout
Organizing projects
Organizing projects
Learn how to organize your project files in the Project panel in After Effects CC and structure your source files. Excerpted from: After Effects CC Essential Training
  • After Effects
  • Product Version: CC
  • Views: 9,716
  • Added: Aug 09, 2013
  • Runtime: 00:06:44
  • Tags: After Effects, Ian Robinson, Organizing Projects, Project Files, cc, lynda.com, organize, project panel, source files
ROBOHELP 10: Creating a custom Table of Contents
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!
  • RoboHelp
  • Technical Communication Suite
  • Views: 831
  • Added: Jun 13, 2013
  • Runtime: 00:04:17
  • Tags: RoboHelp, Help, Navigation, TOC, Table of Contents, UA, WebHelp
TCS4: PDF Review from RoboHelp
TCS4: PDF Review from RoboHelp
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.
  • RoboHelp
  • Acrobat X Pro
  • Technical Communication Suite
  • Product Version: CS5
  • Views: 288
  • Added: Apr 02, 2013
  • Runtime: 00:06:11
  • Tags: RoboHelp, acrobat, Collaborative Review, PDF annotations, PDF comments, Tech Comm Suite
FrameMaker and Word: Single source publishing with conditional text and user variables
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!
  • FrameMaker
  • Technical Communication Suite
  • Views: 569
  • Added: Mar 08, 2013
  • Runtime: 00:06:39
  • Tags: FrameMaker, Word, conditions, variables, Conditional Text, multiple versions, single source publishing, user variables
RoboHelp 10's integration with Microsoft Word
RoboHelp 10's integration with Microsoft Word
RoboHelp 10 can either import or dynamically link MS Word files as source files. This is often a first step towards more powerful, high volume authoring with Tech Comm Suite 4. This is one of several videos that highlight key features in the latest release of Technical Communication Suite 4 (TCS4), which includes FrameMaker 11 (FM11), RoboHelp 10 (RH10), Captivate 6 (CP6) and more. With TCS4, work faster and smarter with cross-product integration. Easily author and enrich XML/DITA content. Publish to multiple channels, formats and screens using multiscreen HTML5, and increase overall enterprise productivity.
  • RoboHelp
  • Technical Communication Suite
  • Views: 537
  • Added: Jul 24, 2012
  • Runtime: 00:02:28
  • Tags: Conversion, MS Word, RoboHelp 10, convert Word to XHTML, source files
Workflow for Motion Designers
Workflow for Motion Designers
Discover how Hallmark is developing a motion design workflow for content that has multiple uses (print, interactive, web, broadcast, mobile, and so on). We’ll show how to take files that originated for print and then convert them for distribution to the web, mobile applications, Google TV, and broadcast. See how to start with HD source files and follow an "author once, distribute everywhere" model. While focusing on a single file, the session will cover a range of topics from naming conventions to output modules and file creation.
  • Photoshop
  • After Effects
  • Illustrator
  • Premiere Pro
  • Creative Suite Production Premium
  • Flash Professional
  • Product Version: CC
  • Views: 1,325
  • Added: Oct 04, 2011
  • Runtime: 00:56:46
  • Tags: adobe, Designers, applications, broadcast, mobile, motion, web, MAX 2011
Creating a panorama
Creating a panorama
Learn how to create interactive panoramas for iPads and other mobile devices using the Digital Publishing Suite features in InDesign. Step through the entire process, from creating the source files to using the Overlay Creator panel.
  • InDesign
  • Product Version: CC
  • Views: 19,288
  • Added: Jul 18, 2011
  • Runtime: 00:04:43
  • Tags: intermediate, tutorial, InDesign, James Fritz, beginner, getting started, lynda, lynda.com, new feature, panorama
Practical ActionScript 3.0 for Flash Professional
Practical ActionScript 3.0 for Flash Professional
Join renowned Flash developer R Blank as he explains the basics of getting things done in ActionScript 3.0. In practically focused lessons, R will provide code samples to get you up and running with ActionScript 3.0 — or help you understand more of what you've been doing if you're already playing around. He'll also show off the cool features you can exploit in Flash Player 10. You'll leave with a great set of source files. If you've been putting off the move to ActionScript 3.0 or have had trouble getting up to speed, this talk is for you.
  • AIR
  • Flash Professional
  • Product Version: CC
  • Views: 2,584
  • Added: Oct 27, 2010
  • Runtime: 01:15:13
Animated AIR Icons
Animated AIR Icons
In this episode of Flash Downunder, Paul Burnett shows you how you can control your application tray and doc icons using Adobe AIR. The source files can be found here. - http://www.mad.com.au/blog/?p=661
  • AIR
  • Flash Professional
  • Product Version: CC
  • Views: 2,978
  • Added: Mar 24, 2010
  • Runtime: 00:07:21
  • Tags: , Paul Burnett, doc, icon, tray
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