- Touring the user interface
- Customizing your workspace
- Using templates to create new documents
- Formatting documents
- Creating custom documents
- Adjusting frames for graphics
- Editing documents
- Working with tables
- Using footnotes and cross-references
- Formatting a table of contents
- Working with indexes, conditional text, and hyperlinks
Skill Level Beginner
- [Instructor] Hi and welcome to this course on FrameMaker 2017. I'm David Rivers. We'll begin by exploring what FrameMaker is and how it's being used by technical writers before launching the program and getting comfortable with the FrameMaker user interface. We'll spend a great deal of time learning ways to format your documents and customize the layout to suit your needs. We'll spend time learning how the use of color and graphics can add visual interest. We'll work with tables to organize information and we'll delve into the use of referencing with the use of footnotes and cross references.
We'll also learn about how you can generate books with FrameMaker and make use of indexing, conditional text, and hyperlinking. By the end, you should have all the tools you need to start using FrameMaker to generate complex documents with ease. There's lots to cover so let's get started.
1. Get Started with FrameMaker
2. Format Documents
3. Work with Page Layout
4. Work with Colors and Character Formats
5. Work with Graphics
6. Edit Documents
7. Work with Tables
8. Use Footnotes and Cross-References
9. Generate Books
10. Work with Indexes
11. Use Conditional Text
12. Use Hyperlinks and PDF
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