FrameMaker 301 – Adobe FrameMaker – XML

Class Description
In this 2-day class, Participants will learn the basics as well as many advanced techniques necessary in order to use Structured FrameMaker as a complete publishing system. FrameMaker is Adobe’s document processor for writing and editing complex documents that enables users to publish across formats and channels. FrameMaker’s Structured Document Capabilities enable the creation of complex, highly structured documents in Standard Generalized Markup Language (SGML). Within this authoring environment, learn to automate formatting, create, edit, and publish XML-based content, and enforce document structures.

Course Benefits

  • Explore Structured Documents
  • Work with Text
  • Understand Attributes
  • Learn Object Elements and Footnotes
  • Work with Tables
  • Explore Validation
  • Understand Structured Books & Templates

Suggested Prerequisites
We highly recommend working attending our Adobe FrameMaker Creating and Editing Content and Adobe FrameMaker – Advanced – Template Design classes or having equivalent knowledge before coming to the course. We also recommend that you have the Adobe Framemaker software before starting the class. You can purchase the software or obtain a trial version of it from the Adobe website.

Course Outline

  • Working with Structured Documents
  • Editing Text
  • Finding Text, Spell Checking, and Using the Thesaurus
  • Editing Structure
  • Working with Attributes
  • Working with Tables in a Structured Document
  • Object Elements and Footnotes
  • Validating a Documents Structure
  • Structured Books
  • Advanced Techniques with Structure
  • Structured Templates

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Our goal is to make sure your class meets your objectives, not ours. Therefore, all of our outlines are treated as guides to help steer the workshop. This outline does not guarantee that all the topics listed will be covered in the time allowed. The amount of material covered is based on the skill level of the student audience. We may change or alter course topics to best suit the classroom situation.