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Adobe FrameMaker: Assign a Caution Label to a Paragraph Tag

by Barb Binder, Adobe Certified Instructor on FrameMaker From a recent Rocky Mountain Training FrameMaker 11/12 student: Hey Barb, The FrameMaker training you provided me at the end of September has been a huge help—I think I’ve learned more about Frame than I ever imagined. I’ve also been blessed with a very talented co-worker who’s a […]

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Adobe FrameMaker: Adding an Image in Front of a Paragraph

by Barb Binder This question came in yesterday from a former Advanced FrameMaker student: I’d like to insert a graphic each time my document is going to reference a “Note.”  How do you suggest I do this? Just insert the graphic each time? That would work, but here’s what I’d do: Add the graphic to the […]

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Adobe FrameMaker: More on Reference Pages

by Barb Binder In a previous post, Adobe FrameMaker: What are Reference Pages?, I talked a bit about the most basic reference page, called Reference. In a new default document, when you chose View > Reference Pages, you land on a page that looks like the one below, and you learned about the purpose of the top two frames. […]

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