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Is Microsoft Word a Desktop Publishing Tool?
When it comes to design and positioning using the x and y values, you should use desktop publishing software, like Adobe InDesign, to produce a publication that looks visually appealing.
InDesign or FrameMaker: Which to Use?
A common question desktop publishers frequently hear is, “which software is better: InDesign or FrameMaker?” The answer depends on what type of project you have to do. If you can answer that, you will
Tips for Using InDesign Table Styles
A table style is a collection of table formatting attributes, such as table borders and row and column strokes, which can be applied in a single step.
Document Translation Tips: Effectively Comment in PDFs
This blog will cover the most effective ways to comment in PDFs for document localization projects.
News: Microsoft Launches Dubai Font
On April 30th, the launch of “Dubai Font” was announced by the Dubai government. It is the first font developed by Microsoft for a city, and is available in 23 languages.
Creating Master Pages for your Template in FrameMaker
When beginning a new document project, you should always create master pages to ensure consistency and save time.
GPI Translation Services Connector for Adobe Experience Manager
As an Adobe partner, GPI developed a powerful CMS translation services connector in order to leverage best practices when localizing and managing multi-language websites and translation workflows.
Steps to Convert Your Scanned Arabic Text to Microsoft Word
Google’s server based engine runs the files stored on Google Drive and with one click, you get your outlined or scanned Arabic text recognized and converted into a text document in Google Docs.
Adobe Summit 2017: Getting Down To Experience Business!
With promises to experience the future of digital with three full days of labs, sessions and top notch events, Adobe surely did not disappoint.
The Importance of Using Styles in FrameMaker
When you need to produce a document, any word processor you choose will likely have the option of working with styles.
Structured Writing Part 6: Publishing XML Content
Once you’ve created some XML content using DITA, you’re ready to publish the content to one or more outputs.
Structured Writing Part 5: Applying DITA Elements
I’ll put the pieces of the last few blog posts together and share what it looks like when you apply DITA elements to content.
Tips for Creating Brand Images and Logos
In this blog, I will give you some tips and insight for using colors, shapes and other design elements for creating logos.
Structured Writing Part 4: Creating Content for Reuse Using DITA
In the next few blog posts, I’ll drill down into more detail about what structured writing looks like from a writer’s perspective using the DITA standard.
Structured Writing Part 3: Tools
Since there are a wide range of scenarios, I’m going to focus on structured writing as it applies to reused technical content authored in XML using DITA, which does require tools.
News: Adobe, Acquia and Episerver Lead Forrester’s New WCM Report
CMS Wire recently published an article discussing the results of Forrester’s newly released WCM Wave report.
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