Adobe FrameMaker 6.0 Classroom in a Book

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Overview

The fastest, most comprehensive way to master FrameMaker 6.0!

If you've picked up a recent textbook or technical manual, chances are very good that it was created with Adobe FrameMaker. Production professionals rely on FrameMaker to create illustrated documents, catalogs, and textbooks. FrameMaker goes beyond the scope of standard desktop publishing tools with its document comparison and reporting features, math equation features (to make it easy to typeset equations), powerful book creation features, and automatic numbering and list generation.

Adobe FrameMaker 6.0 Classroom in a Book offers the ideal learning solution for this high-end publishing tool. Users proceed with self-paced lessons in FrameMaker, using images and files from the CD-ROM. Developed and tested by the training experts at Adobe, readers come away with a thorough understanding of FrameMaker's tools and features.

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Seems like it's been forever since the last FrameMaker update, but for millions who swear by FrameMaker's ability to build highly structured documents, Version 6.0 was worth the wait. Whether you're an upgrader or a newcomer, Adobe FrameMaker 6.0 Classroom in a Book is the fastest, most efficient way to master FrameMaker 6.

Straight from Adobe Press, FrameMaker's publisher, this book covers all the bases -- and focuses heavily on the features that make FrameMaker special. For example, there's a full chapter on conditional text -- great for building multiple data sheets and other documents where most content is common, but certain elements must change. Adobe has improved (and simplified) Frame's book creation features, such as indexing and tables of contents -- and these are covered in detail as well.

Another lesson covers hypertext and PDF (Frame now includes Acrobat Distiller, so you can build structured, hyperlinked PDF files from any document). Adobe has souped up Frame's HTML generation features by incorporating Quadralay's WebWorks Publisher Standard Edition; this book shows how to use it to export HTML files, refine the mappings between conventional and web documents, split a document into multiple web pages, and more. (One thing we'd have like to see that's missing: a little XML coverage.)

Adobe FrameMaker 6.0 Classroom in a Book is designed for hands-on learning: each chapters consists of projects utilizing files on the accompanying CD-ROM. If you need to get comfortable with FrameMaker 6 in a hurry, it's all you need. (Bill Camarda)

Bill Camarda is a consultant and writer with nearly 20 years' experience in helping technology companies deploy and market advanced software, computing, and networking products and services. His 15 books include Special Edition Using Word 2000 and Upgrading & Fixing Networks For Dummies®, Second Edition.

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A book/CD-ROM package of 17 lessons covering basics of Adobe FrameMaker. Lessons cover creating custom documents, defining custom colors and tints, changing column layout, adjusting header and footer frames, inserting tables, editing text in anchored frames, inserting a paragraph cross-reference, adding an index to a book, and creating a hypertext TOC. The CD-ROM contains project files. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780201700145
  • Publisher: Adobe Press
  • Publication date: 10/23/2000
  • Series: Classroom in a Book Series
  • Edition description: BK&CD-ROM
  • Pages: 392
  • Product dimensions: 7.46 (w) x 9.11 (h) x 0.92 (d)

Meet the Author

The Adobe Creative Team is made up of members of Adobe's User Education Group. They take their expertise in teaching users to work with Adobe products, combine it with the creative talents of the Adobe FrameMaker team, and add the. valuable content of the CD-ROM to make a unique learning package from Adobe Systems.
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Table of Contents

Getting Started
About Classroom in a Book 1
Prerequisites 1
Installing the program 2
Installing the Classroom in a Book fonts 2
Copying the Classroom in a Book files 2
Additional resources 3
Adobe Certification 4
Lesson 1 Working with FrameMaker Documents
Getting started 8
Exploring the document window 8
Applying predefined paragraph formats 17
Applying predefined character formats 20
Writing a short memo 22
Moving on 27
Review questions 27
Lesson 2 Defining Paragraph Formats
Creating a custom document 32
Copying text 35
Setting up rulers and the grid 35
Creating a side-head area 37
Displaying the Paragraph Designer 39
Formatting headings 40
Formatting body text 44
Formatting numbered lists 45
Formatting bulleted lists 51
Creating a chapter title 55
Deleting unneeded formats 57
Moving on 58
Review questions 58
Lesson 3 Defining Colors and Character Formats
Defining custom colors and tints 62
Adding color to paragraph formats 66
Adding color to autonumbers 67
Emphasizing words and phrases 70
Moving on 73
Review questions 73
Lesson 4 Page Layout
Changing column layout 78
Displaying master pages 79
Numbering pages 82
Creating a running footer 84
Finishing the footers 87
Moving on 88
Review questions 88
Lesson 5 Graphics
Adjusting header and footer frames for graphics 93
Importing a graphic 98
Masking part of a graphic 100
Copying the graphics 103
Drawing lines and rectangles 104
Aligning and distributing objects 107
Copying the graphics 109
Moving on 110
Review questions 110
Lesson 6 Document Editing
Viewing the document 114
Turning off the display of graphics 115
Defining a user variable 116
Inserting variables 117
Finding and changing text 118
Changing a variable definition 120
Using the Thesaurus 121
Checking spelling 124
Viewing the finished article with graphics 127
Moving on 127
Review questions 128
Lesson 7 Tables
Inserting a table 132
Filling in the table 135
Adding rows and columns 136
Rearranging information 138
Formatting text in table cells 142
Resizing columns 146
Changing the table format 148
Straddling table cells 154
Reusing a table format 154
Moving on 155
Review questions 155
Lesson 8 Customizing Tables
Viewing a sample table 160
Importing text into a table 161
Formatting headings 164
Formatting body cells 167
Formatting the table title 170
Setting basic table properties 172
Resizing columns 173
Using tabs in table cells 175
Defining ruling styles 176
Setting table ruling 177
Using custom ruling and shading 180
Moving on 184
Review questions 184
Lesson 9 Anchored Frames and Graphics
Editing text containing anchored frames 188
Importing a graphic 189
Importing a second graphic 194
Anchoring graphics in the column 195
Using art in the margin 197
Copying anchored frames 200
Using inline graphics 201
Reusing anchored frames 202
Using run-in art 204
Creating a drop cap 206
Moving on 208
Review questions 208
Lesson 10 Cross-References and Footnotes
Inserting a paragraph cross-reference 212
Displaying the source of a cross-reference 215
Inserting an external cross-reference 216
Creating a cross-reference format 217
Using the new cross-reference format 219
Inserting a spot cross-reference 219
Resolving cross-references 222
Inserting footnotes 224
Changing how footnotes look 226
Moving on 230
Review questions 230
Lesson 11 Books
Creating a book file 234
Adding documents to the book 236
Opening files from the book window 238
Adding a table of contents 239
Generating the table of contents 240
Setting up chapter numbering 242
Fixing the pagination 244
Changing the layout 246
Adding a title 248
Formatting the entries 251
Changing the contents of entries 254
Moving on 257
Review questions 257
Lesson 12 Indexes
Adding an index to the book 262
Changing the layout 265
Adding a title 267
Updating the page footer 270
Formatting the entries 272
Formatting page numbers 275
Fixing bad line breaks 276
Adding index entries 280
Editing index entries 282
Moving on 288
Review questions 288
Lesson 13 Conditional Text
Viewing conditional text 292
Setting up your document 295
Creating condition tags 296
Adding conditional text 298
Tagging text as you type 304
Adding a conditional graphic 305
Adding conditional table rows 310
Saving versions of a conditional document 312
Moving on 313
Review questions 313
Lesson 14 Hypertext and PDF
Creating a hypertext TOC and index 318
Using cross-references as hypertext links 322
Testing hypertext links 326
Adding navigation buttons 328
Saving as PDF 335
Moving on 338
Review questions 338
Lesson 15 Web Publishing
About WebWorks Standard Edition 342
Viewing the finished document 343
Saving as HTML 344
Viewing the results in a Web browser 346
Refining the mappings 348
Specifying a graphic format 352
Adding hypertext links 352
Splitting the document into multiple Web pages 356
Seeing the results in HTML 357
Advanced topics 360
Moving on 368
Review questions 368
Appendix A Review Questions & Answers 371
Appendix B Copying the Sample Files (UNIX) 383
Copying the sample files from a local CD-ROM drive 383
Index 387
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