FrameMaker and Word: Anchored Frames, 3D graphics with links, globally update positioning
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About This Episode
Many of us have been frustrated by how "slippery" the positioning of anchored frames can be in Word. FrameMaker 11 provides considerably more control. This video starts out with a bang, showing how you can easily generate a table of parts, views or animations (with auto-hypertext links) to a 3D graphics. The published PDF output provides an attractive, guided user experience. Discover how FrameMaker 11's new Object Styles allow you to name, then globally update the appearance or positioning of both anchored frames and graphic objects. Hotspots also allow you to create a link between a zone of a graphic and related text.
Runtime : 00:04:59 Added : 03/08/2013
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