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Adobe Technical Communication Suite
BEN NOZ URBINA
Investigating whether this suite adds up to more than the sum of its parts
- FrameMaker 8 review
An overview of new features and highlights in the latest version of this popular tool for technical communicators
- Review of RoboHelp 7
Looking at the Help authoring component of Adobe’s Technical Communication Suite
- What makes a proposal persuasive?
Explores the problematic process of proposal writing, and suggests how proposals can be made more convincing to customers
- Justifications: objective or subjective?
Explains how your perspective affects the structure when you come to evaluating and recommending alternatives
- Multimedia content rocks!
How a new generation of information consumers are driving the use of multimedia in electronic publications
- How knowledge becomes usable
KEES VAN MANSOM
Continuing the explanation of the knowledge-driven design of websites
- PTC’s Arbortext workflow
Seamless flow from design to documentation — an impossible dream or does the latest Arbortext suite have the answers?
- Can you draw a can of beans?
Describes how to create a basic but important effect of 3D illustration
- Touching DITA: delivering to Eclipse Help
Explains how you can use DITA for integrated components of information delivered in the Eclipse Help system
- First steps in structure: elements
Continues a beginner’s guide to structured working in FrameMaker by looking at different types of elements
- Rock & Write!
Reports on The Crucial Communicator Conference in Cleveland, Ohio, USA