One Content – Many Layouts! The Magic of Automatic Master Page Assignment in FrameMaker

Adobe Employee ,
Feb 15, 2017 Feb 15, 2017

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After the successful webinar “One Content – Many Layouts! Automate your Design with FrameMaker” with automation and publishing expert Markus Wiedenmaier in November last year, we got a lot of requests to follow up on this topic.

Markus was so kind to write an in-depth blog post explaining in detail how to manage automatic master page assignments for classic (aka “unstructured”) FrameMaker Documents and structured FrameMaker document. The blog post also covers in detail automatic master page assignments and layout automation for XML-based content with Adobe FrameMaker.

You can read the full blog post on the Adobe TechComm blog here. Let us know what you think and put your questions in the comments at the end of the blog post.

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Feb 28, 2017 Feb 28, 2017

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Hello,

Is the recording still available? Can not successfully follow the link.

The blog says:

"For those of you who like the webinar format, the recording is still available."

Thanks

Apollo

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Mar 01, 2017 Mar 01, 2017

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Yes, the recording is still available here. At the bottom of the event page, there is a "Register" button, that you can follow to watch the webinar recording.

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