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Adobe FrameMaker12 Ch 6 & Module Practice

Chapter 6 will definitely come in handy. I will be providing Ryan with screenshots, and he will be inserting them into the final FrameMaker file. So, it’s super important that we both have a comprehensive understanding of this section. 177 more words

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Adobe FrameMaker12 Ch. 3

Chapter 3 was pretty basic. What was throwing me off was FrameMaker’s choice to call styles by the name of “tags.” I wonder if there’s an actual difference between styles and tags? 141 more words

Homework

Adobe FrameMaker12 Ch. 1 & 2

These were due on Friday. Unfortunately, my copy of the Adobe Technical Communication Suite was damaged over the weekend, and I only found the time to uninstall, download, and reinstall tonight. 138 more words

Homework

Mumbai: 3-Month Part-Time Certificate Course in Technical Writing (Weekend Batch)

Are you a working professional wanting to learn technical writing, but are pressed for time? Are you a fresh graduate who wants to make a career in technical writing? 98 more words

Technical Writing

3 Useful Programs for Technical Writers

In the Technical Communications program at Seneca College, I’ve had the opportunity to use FrameMaker, RoboHelp, and Captivate. Though I’ve only just begun to use the programs, I can already see how useful they are. 168 more words

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3 Functions in Adobe RoboHelp 11

Adobe RoboHelp is a help authoring and publishing tool that allows users to perform a wide range of functions. You can easily create responsive HTML5 outputs for a variety of screens with a single click, differentiate your content for various devices with multiscreen HTML5 publishing, and deliver content to smartphones, tablets, and eBook readers in EPUB 3, KF8, and MOBI formats. 155 more words

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Review: oXygen XML Editor – Powerful XML Authoring, Ditto for DITA

SyncRO Soft’s ‘oXygen’ is the clear choice for DITA-aware content creation.

You’re plodding around in Word when a colleague blurts it out: “DITA.” Your ears perk up, and you swivel your chair to join the conversation. 1,328 more words

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