Stepping up from Word to Adobe FrameMaker (2019 release)
Matt Sullivan, Founder of Tech Comm Tools
Tuesday, January 14, 2020
8-9 am PST | 17 - 18 CEST | 21:30 - 22:30 IST
WithAdobe FrameMaker(2019 release), all-new 64-bit architecture, you can significantly boost productivity with more memory and amazing speed improvements for long, complex documents. Whether you have already decided to transition from Word to FrameMaker or you are still examining how moving away from Word would help you, this webinar will be invaluable.
In this session, Adobe Certified Instructor Matt Sullivan will demonstrate why FrameMaker is so much more efficient and how you can transition your complex Word documents into Adobe FrameMaker 2019 without skipping a beat.
In this free webinar, you will learn:
Advantages of using FrameMaker instead of Word
Best practices in preparing your Word documents for the transition to FrameMaker
How to best migrate the content and formatting from your existing documents into FrameMaker
About the presenters
Matt Sullivanis an Adobe Certified Instructor and Adobe Certified Expert in ten differentAdobepublishing and e-learning applications, including everything in the Technical Communication Suite.
He teaches online and in-person classes as well in addition to helping companies improve their publishing workflow. He developed both the Introduction to FrameMaker and Introduction to RoboHelp courses (both free, and available athttps://techcomm.tools/courses)
Matt spent years setting up electronic prepress departments for commercial printers. After that, Matt founded GRAFIX Training, Inc., an Adobe Authorized Training Center with multiple locations in southern California. He also managed the training arm of roundpeg, Inc., and has authored multiple editions of his definitive FrameMaker reference book, “FrameMaker - Working with Content” as well as multiple editions of his Structured FrameMaker authoring and template design workbooks.
Matt has contributed to the FrameMaker interface (UI and UX), represented Adobe in countless conferences, trained FrameMaker support personnel, presented webinars, and assisted in Adobe pre- and post-sale engagements.