Search Adobe TV
13 results found on
FrameMaker 2015: Miniature Table of Contents (mini TOC)
Now you can create a new type of document-level Table of Contents (TOC) with Adobe FrameMaker (2015 release). This new feature automatically creates, sorts and inserts a "mini-TOC" at the specified location at the beginning of your document. This eliminates old, error-prone techniques of manually creating several lines of cross-references, which do not update their order automatically if you change the order of referenced headlines. This is one more new feature in Adobe FrameMaker (2015 release) which will save your countless hours in production on a yearly basis.
FrameMaker Publishing Server 2015: Personalized dynamic content
Mix conditional tagging with multichannel deliver to quickly create outputs supporting user specified content using simple selections in an intuitive dialog.
FrameMaker and WORD: Table Title and Pagination Options
FrameMaker is generally known for having "the best tables on the planet." Due to the many things you can do with tables, there are some pagination and formatting features that many users do not discover. This brief video reveals that: (a) Table Titles can go above or below the table, (b) that you can specify that a table start "anywhere" (e.g. below current line) or (c) the table "floats", allowing a backfill of text pagination if the table moves to the next column. The video also touches on how you control breaks with tables, or make a table "unbreakable" in pagination via table row formats. Although these are advanced features, they are very simple and logical to use. Watch the video and find out how "you can do it too!"
RoboHelp 10: Adding media rules in topic styles for multiscreen formatting
RoboHelp 10 has added the ability to specify a specific media target (e.g. iPad, Android phone, Desktop) when changing formatting for specific styles.
App of the Week - Retail Apps
Digital Publishing Suite is fueling retail apps, digital catalogs used to drive sales for businesses. This episode features two apps: Wetsuit Bible and P&O Cruises. Wetsuit Bible uses interactive features in Digital Publishing Suite to deeply define product specifications and educate the customer before making a purchase within the app. P&O Cruises guides the user through all the decision making points in booking a cruise, providing destination photos, ship descriptions, itineraries and a booking form inside the app.