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TECHCOMM/HELP AUTHORiNG TRAiNiNG

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  • Adobe RoboHelp Beginner Training

    Adobe RoboHelp Beginner Training

    Adobe RoboHelp training at its best... and most interactive. This live, online introduction to Adobe RoboHelp course is designed for the beginner to intermediate RoboHelp user, and will get you up and running in just two short days.
  • Adobe FrameMaker 2017 Advanced Training

    Adobe FrameMaker 2017 Advanced Training

    This instructor-led course is presented over two days and is designed for the more advanced FrameMaker user. This class looks at a few more features used in individual documents, but the primary focus is on collecting your chapters and working with them in the Book window.
  • Adobe RoboHelp 2015 & 2017: Advanced Content Reuse

    Adobe RoboHelp 2015 & 2017: Advanced Content Reuse

    RoboHelp is a great way to reuse content. RoboHelp 2015 has easy to use variables, conditional tags and dynamic filters allowing you to single source all these different configurations. To take reuse to the next level, more advanced features are required. Attend this 3-hour session and you’ll learn how to use variable set, advanced conditional build expressions and dynamic filters to cater all possible configurations of your content from a single source.

  • Adobe FrameMaker 2017 Beginner Training

    Adobe FrameMaker 2017 Beginner Training

    This instructor-led course is presented over two days and is designed for the beginner FrameMaker user. You will begin the course by creating a new, blank document. By the end of the course, you will have learned to use Paragraph and Character formatting, Master Pages, tables, and more to complete a multi-page layout.
Very helpful. The fact the class (Adobe Captivate Variables and Actions 101: An Introduction) was recorded and will be posted for with the link for students to review is very clever. It will also come in handy as I continue to learn to use Captivate better. Secondly, I thought is was a good way to increase/maintain engagement when Anita rotated controls to different participants to make certain activities "hands on".
Lolita Schumacher