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FrameMaker 12: New Templates Part 2 = Paras, Tables & Object Styles for you
Show: FrameMaker 12 Features
FrameMaker 12 has new templates which provide much more document structure than earlier versions. This brief video explores the intelligence planted in paragraph styles, table styles, and the combination of object styles and graphics on the Reference Page, which allow you to instantly update all of your sample "UI" buttons. New templates in FrameMaker 12 get you up and running much more quickly in your exploration of regular/unstructured projects.
Vikram Verma: Responsive Design with Server-Side Components
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 Book and Topic to TOC
In RoboHelp 10, Tables of Contents are primarily organized with "books." This brief video show you how easy it is to add a book for organizational purposes to an existing TOC. Then, we add 3 fresh topics to the book. In a flash, you'll understand the simple, underlying principles of project structure in RoboHelp 10.
HP Desktop and Mobile Z Workstations Enhance 4K Editing Workflows
Dave Tech Table illustrates how Adobe 7.1 Premier Pro CC taps into the power of the new HP ZBook 17 Mobile Workstation and HP Z820 Workstation to enhance 4K workflows. Learn about the new HP ZBook Mobile Workstation, powered by Intel® Core i7 processors, NVIDIA Quadro 3D Graphics, Thunderbolt technology and optional DreamColor displays. In this video, by Adobe’s Dave Helmly introduces you to the real-time workflows in Adobe’s Premier Pro while editing 4K Devin Super Tramp footage remotely on the new HP ZBook Mobile Workstation and on the HP ultimate Z820 Workstation.
FrameMaker and WORD: Table Resize Column Options
FrameMaker 11's powerful tables give you a variety of ways to resize columns. You can: (a) resize columns to width of longest line, (b) make column equal to another (c) make column a certain percentage of current size or (d) even "copy/paste" a table column width from another table. And that is just a start. Watch this 6 minute demo to get a solid grounding in this simple, yet powerful feature. Adobe Product Evangelist Maxwell Hoffmann shows you how.
FrameMaker and WORD: Row Format & Vertical Alignment
FrameMaker 11's powerful tables also have keen control over table row formats. You can go beyond mere page breaks to keep rows together. Also discover how easily you can control vertical alignment of cell content in tables. Watch this brief video and discover how you can do it too!
FrameMaker and DITA: EDD Format Rules mirror Paragraph Designer
Learning how to create format rules in the EDD is simple, once you've grasped basic principles of formatting in FrameMaker 11. You see, Format rules in the Element Definition Document (EDD) exactly mirror every day choices you find in the paragraph, character or table catalog. This brief video shows you how a guided editor in the EDD will prompt you for what values you can legally create. Notice how closely the choices mirror those found in your format designers.
FrameMaker for Word: Calculate Sidehead Savings
Our www.douwriteright.com calculator enables you to see savings calculated for FrameMaker advantages over Word. In this video, we "zero out" all categories in the calculator and just enter reasonable values for sideheads on several large projects. We explore how sideheads are commonly created via Tables in Word, and the problems that method leads to. Then we do work with the exact same document content and formatting in FrameMaker to demonstrate how "fool proof" sideheads are, even with numbered headings. As you can see, the savings with sideheads in FrameMaker over Word are considerable. Try it for yourself!