FrameMaker and Word: Reference Page Art for Automatic Warnings
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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.
Runtime : 00:03:52 Added : 04/28/2013
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FrameMaker for Word: Do you Write Right?
FrameMaker 11 features for those Word users who may have outgrown their product due to increased workflow volume and complexity.
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