Do you still use FrameMaker 7.X for authoring content? Move to FrameMaker 10 – at a 30% discount!
Since the 7.X versions, Adobe FrameMaker has added many features that have been remarkable strides towards easier authoring and better content delivery.
Why users should upgrade:
Author with ease in a fully integrated environment with a new, intuitive UI to easily create unstructured and structured (XML/DITA/S1000D) content.
Work more efficiently byleveraging customizable workspaces, standards-compliant predefined templates, and a host of usability enhancements
Create engaging, high-impact documentation withrich multimedia, 3-D images and graphics
Collaborate smarter and faster withPDF–based roundtrip peer reviews
Take your content to wider audiences by publishing to multiple formats and screens from a single source document using Adobe FrameMaker Server 10*
Why enterprises should upgrade:
Fastest, most cost-effective way to migrate to structured authoring with anautomated utility to convert unstructured content into structured XML, lower training costs, flatter learning curves, out-of-the-box CMS connectors, and optimal publishing and translation overheads
Improve content creation productivity by powerful single-sourcing capability and automation through advanced scripting
Speed up time to market and reduce localization costs via native connectivity with SharePoint, Documentum & other best-of-breed CMSes
Review and collaborative smarter and faster by using the easy and free Adobe® Acrobat Reader and the new book capabilities
Automatically publish to multiple channels and screens from a single source document using Adobe FrameMaker Server 10*
How to Buy:
TLP customers worldwide can call +1-877-687-1520 (toll free for North America only) on any weekday (6.00AM to 5.00PM PST), or contact their nearest reseller
CLP customers worldwide can contact their nearest reseller
Hope you are well. it gives me great pleasure to announce the availability of the new and improved FDK10 documentation. In this effort, we have consolidated all the different FDK documentation (spread across different versions) into two main sources – the FDK Programmer’s Guide and the FDK Programmer’s Reference. In addition, we have created a new installation guide, which contains information on how to install the FDK. Furthermore, we have added a new section in Getting Started, and did some clean up to remove references which are not relevant.
Do enterprises need to convert all their content to XML to be able to publish it to the latest devices or build Content Apps? Not at all! Attend this webinar to understand how your business can stay ahead of industry output trends without migrating from an unstructured FrameMaker environment to XML by using the Technical Communication Suite 3.5.
I plan on showing you a few other Unstructured FrameMaker 10 Tips and Tricks. FrameMaker 10 and XML is cool, but Unstructured FrameMaker is very practical for many Enterprises.
Adobe FrameMaker has been at the forefront of the technical authoring space for a long time. The ability of product to keep abreast of the latest trends in the content industry has been a significant reason for it’s being a tool-of-choice across the globe. Since the early 2000s, FrameMaker has added many features that have been remarkable strides towards easier authoring and better content delivery. However, a significant number of writers still use older versions of FrameMaker starting from 7.x due to the product’s robust vision. Tom Aldous and Maxwell Hoffmann of Adobe take you on a journey that tell you how the industry and the product have changed in the last decade using a comparative study of product versions. Much of the webinar will be based on Tom and Max’s personal experience with FrameMaker and will also include their vision of the future of technical authoring.
Mark your calendar for an eventful day on 20th May (Sunday) with the who’s who of the Tech Comm industry at the STC SUMMIT 2012!
Catch industry stalwarts like Alan Houser, Ann Rockley, Bernard Aschwanden, Beth Gerber, Joe Gollner, Joe Welinske, John Daigle, Joseph Ganci, Kevin Siegel, Lynne A. Price, Matt Sullivan, Neil Perlin, Pam Harrison, and Rick Stone, as they speak on trends in technical communication.
Also, meet the Adobe Tech Comm product team, share your experiences and feedback. Influence the future product roadmap.
Enjoy the exclusive Adobe hospitality…while you learn, network, and grow!
Date: Sunday, May 20, 2012
Time: 8:00 am – 1:00 pm CST (with breakfast, refreshments and networking lunch included)
Venue: The Hyatt Regency O’Hare, Chicago-Rosemont, Illinois, USA
A large number of organizations across the globe use FrameMaker 10 and FrameMaker Server 10 for their content authoring and publishing needs. Tom Aldous of Adobe will guide attendees on how to best leverage the tools to streamline enterprise workflows and realize unprecedented productivity benefits. Apart from the demonstration by Tom, attendees are welcome to share any best practices known to them.