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3 days. In this course you'll learn how to design FrameMaker CC 2017 publications from scratch. You will create a publication in its entirety and will work on a variety of FrameMaker documents. Topics include:

  • Understanding FrameMaker interface and screen elements
  • Using paragraph designer to control paragraph formatting
  • Working with character designer
  • Adding color to character and paragraph formats
  • Working with master pages and anchored frames
  • Creating running headers and footers
  • Creating and editing variables
  • Exploring FrameMaker drawing tools, dictionary, thesaurus
  • Working with table designer, customizing tables
  • Importing graphics and text

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FM 2015 logoAdobe FrameMaker II training

2 days. This course concentrates on FrameMaker's long-document features. We will also explore conditional text. In this workshop we will cover:

  • Creating and editing cross-references
  • Adding and formatting footnotes
  • Creating a book file from individual document files
  • Creating and formatting a table of contents and index
  • Working with conditional text
  • Adding and editing hyperlinks
  • Saving FrameMaker files in PDF and HTML formats
  • NOTE: General page layout techniques are not covered.

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FM 12 logoAdobe FrameMaker III training:
Migrating to Structured Authoring

2 days. This advanced class covers using Adobe FrameMaker as an authoring tool for creating XML documents. You will work with structured interface and add and edit elements and attributes. You will also work with a complete set of documents needed to deal with structured content such as EDD (Element Definition Documents) and DTD (Document Type Definitions). The class will provide a solid overview of the latest tools available for cross-media publishing. Topics include:

  • Working with structured interface view
  • Working with element catalogs
  • Understanding elements and their attributes
  • Editing structured documents
  • Changing, merging, splitting, and wrapping elements
  • Working with paragraph, character, graphic, and table elements
  • Validating documents
  • Adding and editing element definitions
  • Setting up elements with automatic insertion of children
  • Converting unstructured to structured documents

 

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Suggested Follow Ups:

  • XML Development II and III

 

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