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FrameMaker for Word: Caution Labels via Paragraph Prefixes and Reference Pages [in depth]
Certified Adobe instructor, Barb Binder, shows you step-by-step just how easy it is to add automatic warning labels to paragraphs in FrameMaker. This is accomplished with "text without numbers" in the auto numbered properties of a paragraph. This ensures that paragraph prefixes will be consistent and always spelled the same. Barb also shows how to create artwork and text on a reference page that will display with a particular paragraph style. After this 4 minute tutorial, you can do it too!
FrameMaker and Word: Tables with Automatic Artwork (Cautions)
FrameMaker 11 "remembers" which paragraph style is in each column of a table when you create or update the table style. This includes paragraph styles that have artwork form the Reference Page. Using these two features in tandem, you can easily create a two-column "CAUTION" box table that will place CAUTION artwork to the side of your text. Since the CAUTION arwork is invoked from the reference page, you can change it there once and update all instances of the CAUTION used in a new table. This allows (a) swift and easy authoring with consistent results and (b) the ability to globally update all instances of a particular segregated caution statement. With WORD, considerable effort would be required to plant consistent artwork in all instances of such a table.
FrameMaker and Word: Reference Page Art for Automatic Warnings
FrameMaker 11's Reference Pages allow you to associate text and artwork with paragraph formatting. For instance, you can place horizontal lines above or below a paragraph, or have a "Caution" box automatically placed above a paragraph. Writers cannot edit this artwork on the body page; one must visit the Reference Page in order to make a change. If the user revises the artwork or text in a special frame on the Reference Page, all instances associated with paragraph styles will universally update throughout the document.
FrameMaker and Word: Autonumbering; create "bullet proof" nested lists and autonumbered headings
How many times have you had to correct random numbering "mishaps" within nested lists and autonumbered headings in Word? With FrameMaker 11, this drudgering becomes a thing of the past with what most users describe as "bullet proof" mixed numbering. Many also describe it as "easy." The autonumber setting in paragraphs is completely unaffected by page breaks, and FrameMaker has no section breaks. With FrameMaker 11, you aren't limited to a certain number of nested list levels. You can also mix multi-numbered prefix stings in any fashion you wish. When it comes to text prefixes (like "Table X.X" or "Figure X.X"), you have complete control over wording and formatting. Warning: once you use this feature in FrameMaker 11, there's no turning back.
FrameMaker and Word: Style Catalogs; globally update paras, text, tables, even graphics
Word's style catalogs don't obviously segregate text styles from paragraph styles. FrameMaker 11 provides simple, logical catalogs for paragraphs, character styles, table styles and even graphic object styles. In FrameMaker 11, not only can you globally update headings, lists and emphasized text, you can even change all instances of named tables, labeled anchored frames or graphic objects! This allows you a level of formatting control and document consistency amongst multiple authors you could have only dreamed of with Word. Warning: once you use these tools, there is no turning back.
RePlay: Finding Zoe/ReJouer: Où es Zoé?
To promote healthy relationships among youth, Replay: Finding Zoe/ReJouer: Où es Zoé guides players on an online journey to equality and an understanding of gender-based violence. Players search with friends to find Zoe, who is rumored to be in an abusive relationship. As they navigate their neighborhood, they play games that encourage them to be respectful, confident communicators who can challenge misconceptions about relationships and abuse. They also learn some warning signs of abuse and how to find community resources.