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Create Edge Animate CC Compositions Using SVG, Symbols, and Responsive Properties
See how to create a composition in Edge Animate CC by importing SVG graphics, working with symbols, setting responsive properties for a responsive banner to use in Edge Reflow CC. (Read the article to learn more.)
FrameMaker and Word: Special Characters in Dialogue Boxes
FrameMaker 11 has many keyboard short cuts for creating special characters like em dash or en dash within body text, but some of these short cuts do not work in dialogue boxes. For instance, if you wish to have a trademark symbol or an em dash as part of your paragraph auto numbered format, you need a special code preceded by a backslash. This very brief video shows you four common key sequences to use in dialogue boxes for special characters
FrameMaker and WORD: Change View Options for all files in Book
FrameMaker 11's powerful book feature can also be used to do something quite simple. In this case, visual document display housekeeping. When several authors are working with various chapters in a book, it is not uncommon for each author to save their chapter with different view options. For instance, one author may leave rulers, grids and text symbols displayed, while another author has turned off all options, including the display of graphics. This can be disconcerting for whomever does final edits on the book level. Watch this very brief video to see how easy it is to select all book content and set view options to be the same for all chapters or documents.
FrameMaker for Word: Footnotes and Table Footnotes
Some people have tried regular footnotes in FrameMaker body text, but never noticed that they can also create different looking footnotes in tables! In this very brief video, Product Evangelist, @maxwellhoffmann, shows you just how easy it is to insert, cut and move regular or table footnotes. Watch how they reorder themselves automatically. You will also find out how numeric, alpha or symbol footnote display is determined.
What’s New in Flash Professional CS5.5
In this tutorial, Paul Trani demonstrates some of the exciting new features in Flash Professional CS5.5, including resizing content, symbol rasterization, enhanced layer control, shared libraries for multiscreen projects, enhanced code snippet handling, and even publishing directly to Android devices.