FrameMaker 7: The Complete Reference

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Covering both FrameMaker and FrameMaker+SGML, this comprehensive resource explains the full range of features and offers little-known tips and tricks for maximizing this powerful desktop publishing application.
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Overview

Covering both FrameMaker and FrameMaker+SGML, this comprehensive resource explains the full range of features and offers little-known tips and tricks for maximizing this powerful desktop publishing application.
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New and current users of this software for technical publishing will find complete information on using it to streamline publishing workflow and improve productivity. For new users, the book is a third- party reference that explains all aspects of FrameMaker, including structured authoring. For users of "regular" FrameMaker but not FrameMaker+SGML, the book covers the new structured authoring features of FrameMaker 7. Material is in sections on getting started, creating and manipulating text, page layout, building books, creating output, advanced techniques, and structured FrameMaker. O'Keefe is a FrameMaker trainer and consultant. Loring is a technical writer. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780072223613
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies, The
  • Publication date: 6/1/1902
  • Series: Osborne Complete Reference Series
  • Pages: 847
  • Product dimensions: 7.46 (w) x 9.16 (h) x 2.03 (d)

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments
Introduction
1 Why FrameMaker? 3
2 Establishing a Workflow in FrameMaker 11
3 Creating Your First Document 33
4 Word-Processing Features 69
5 Formatting Text with Paragraph Tags 107
6 Formatting Text with Character Tags 143
7 Understanding Table Design 157
8 Cross-References 191
9 Storing Content in Variables 215
10 Understanding Text Flows 243
11 Understanding Master Pages 271
12 Importing Graphics 299
13 FrameMaker's Graphics Tools 327
14 Setting Up Book Files 361
15 Creating Tables of Contents 389
16 Creating Indexes 405
17 Creating Other Generated Files 425
18 Print and PDF Output 439
19 Creating HTML and XML Output 479
20 Color Output 511
21 Setting Up Conditional Text 535
22 Creating Interactive Documents with Hypertext 551
23 Writing Equations 569
24 Maker Interchange Format 587
25 Creating Modules with Text Insets 599
26 Templates 615
27 Sharing and Managing Files Using WebDAV 637
28 Working with Structured Documents 663
29 Understanding the Element Definition Document 697
30 Adding Structure to Unstructured Documents 757
31 Importing and Exporting XML/SGML Markup Files 775
A: Resources 795
B Managing Fonts Across Platforms 801
C Building Blocks 813
Index 821
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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 25, 2002

    Not a Complete Reference

    Adobe FrameMaker 7.0 comes with a User Guide that is basically a reference book, but not a complete one. Therefore it was with great expectation that I awaited my copy of The Complete Reference FrameMaker 7. Only to become rather disappointed. There are here of course some additions to what you find in the User Guide, but the inadaquate index of TCR FM7 makes it very difficult to use as a reference book. Its index pages are 27 compared with 62 in the User Guide. The main thing I was looking for was good information on how to work with Structured FrameMaker. TCR FM7 seems not to delve any deeper into that than does the User Guide. Its 200 more pages than the User Guide's seem to be more or less due to bigger font size. But it is in many ways easier to read and will probably work well as a textbook under guidance of an experienced teacher. If the title had not included "The Complete Reference", I would have rated this book as 4 stars. But as the title is misleading, it only gets 3 stars with me.

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