Re: No index in FM10 Help

2011-06-09 Thread Mike Wickham
If I recall correctly, the PDF version of help (with index) is usually on the installation CD. But you can also find it on the online help page itself: http://help.adobe.com/en_US/framemaker/using/index.html Just look for the View Help PDF link in the upper right-hand corner of the page, and

Re: No index in FM10 Help

2011-06-09 Thread Böðvar Björgvinsson
Yes, it is, but it is exactly the same info, just as lame, only scratching the mere surface IMHO. How very much better were the books with version 7.x and earlier (I don't have the 8 or 9 to compare). With this kind of help, I think Adobe should have set up some more intensive information on

Ann: FINALYSER 0045 for FrameMaker 10 is available - Advanced Toolbar for Graphic Background, Print as PDF, ...

2011-06-09 Thread Georg Eck
FINALYSER 0045 for FrameMaker (www.finalyser.com)... ...with following improvements: + Print as PDF: Print to PDF - now with 'Save As' dialog on WinXP, Win 7 (x86 and x64). + FINALYSER Toolbar advanced with feature: Graphic Background (Apply or Remove with one Click) + The error

RE: FrameMaker and RoboHelp Combination for Single Sourcing

2011-06-09 Thread Jeff Coatsworth
Yes, it's possible - I do the same thing (only generating WebHelp instead of CHM). If you want both types of output to look the same, you'll have to do some CSS tweaking to bring the appearance of the CHM help into line with the formatting present within your FM PDFs. First place to start is

Re: FrameMaker and RoboHelp Combination for Single Sourcing

2011-06-09 Thread Bill Swallow
Yes, and if the structure of the information is different, you can always maintain two book files. Use one for PDF, and the other for import into RH. Note that you will need to design your content accordingly, perhaps using many fm files for one chapter in PDF in order to satisfy two very

RE: Autoconnect Doesn't

2011-06-09 Thread Owen, Clint
Karen, It sounds like someone inserted a disconnected page instead of allowing FM to add a new page automatically. This used to happen frequently when a writer who was not experienced with FrameMaker worked on the files. The only fix I know is to copy the content into a new file. Just CTRL-A to

Re: Retrospectively standardising the styles across my book

2011-06-09 Thread Smith, Andy
I asked about standardising styles across multiple chapters. I've been looking at doing some tidying up on this with the intention of removing all the overrides so I can start copying my styles across all my chapters. I've hit two issues: 1. I can see that overrides are indicated in the

Re: No index in FM10 Help

2011-06-09 Thread Keith . Soltys
If I recall correctly, the PDF version of help (with index) is usually on the installation CD. But you can also find it on the online help page itself: http://help.adobe.com/en_US/framemaker/using/index.html Just look for the View Help PDF link in the upper right-hand corner of the

Re: Retrospectively standardising the styles across my book

2011-06-09 Thread Roger Shuttleworth
Hi Andy As a newcomer to FrameMaker, you are coming across a number of paradigm shifts. No worries; like riding a bike, you only have to learn them once. Kudos to you for teaching yourself. FM knows no document/template distinction such as you have in Word. Any FM document can

Re: Retrospectively standardising the styles across my book

2011-06-09 Thread Joy Kocar
Hi Andy, I recently redid the styles for our template so that I could take advantage of keyboard shortcuts with [F9]. (I didn't realize how much style creep I had created.) Paragraph Tools was invaluable ( http://www.siliconprairiesoftware.com/Products.html). It can create a list of paragraph

No index in FM10 Help

2011-06-09 Thread Mike Wickham
If I recall correctly, the PDF version of help (with index) is usually on the installation CD. But you can also find it on the online help page itself: http://help.adobe.com/en_US/framemaker/using/index.html Just look for the "View Help PDF" link in the upper right-hand corner of the page,

No index in FM10 Help

2011-06-09 Thread Böðvar Björgvinsson
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2011-06-09 Thread Georg Eck
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FrameMaker and RoboHelp Combination for Single Sourcing

2011-06-09 Thread Jeff Coatsworth
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FrameMaker and RoboHelp Combination for Single Sourcing

2011-06-09 Thread Bill Swallow
Yes, and if the structure of the information is different, you can always maintain two book files. Use one for PDF, and the other for import into RH. Note that you will need to design your content accordingly, perhaps using many fm files for one chapter in PDF in order to satisfy two very

Autoconnect Doesn't

2011-06-09 Thread Owen, Clint
Karen, It sounds like someone inserted a disconnected page instead of allowing FM to add a new page automatically. This used to happen frequently when a writer who was not experienced with FrameMaker worked on the files. The only fix I know is to copy the content into a new file. Just CTRL-A to

Retrospectively standardising the styles across my book

2011-06-09 Thread Smith, Andy
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No index in FM10 Help

2011-06-09 Thread keith.sol...@tmx.com
> If I recall correctly, the PDF version of help (with index) is usually > on the installation CD. But you can also find it on the online help page > itself: > > http://help.adobe.com/en_US/framemaker/using/index.html > > Just look for the "View Help PDF" link in the upper right-hand corner

Retrospectively standardising the styles across my book

2011-06-09 Thread Roger Shuttleworth
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2011-06-09 Thread Joy Kocar
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