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Adobe FrameMaker: Setting up Nested Lists

by Barb Binder, Adobe Certified Instructor on FrameMaker Updated on Nov 7, 2016 From a recent Rocky Mountain Training Advanced FrameMaker student: I am working with a two-level list. The first level uses numbers, and the second list uses letters. The numbers start out correctly; as do the letters, but when I go back to numbers, things […]

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Adobe FrameMaker: Resolving Chapter Numbering Issues

by Barb Binder I was asked this question twice today: once during today’s Introduction to FrameMaker 9/10 class, and again via email by a student from a past FrameMaker class: I’m […] trying to get book chapters to auto-number. I have added them to my book, carefully following instructions in the guide, but I am getting […]

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Adobe FrameMaker: But I Don’t Want a Plain Round Bullet

by Barb Binder, Adobe Certified Instructor on FrameMaker Updated: Feb 23, 2017 [Author’s Note: to watch a video on defining custom bullets in Adobe FrameMaker 11, check out FrameMaker for Word: Custom Bullets on Adobe TV] Bullets live in the Numbering Properties of the Paragraph Designer. If you are willing to use a plain, round bullet • you […]

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Adobe FrameMaker: How to Restart a Numbered List

by Barb Binder, Adobe Certified Instructor on FrameMaker Updated Oct 20, 2016 FrameMaker offers us two ways to restart numbered lists in our documents: a manual technique and an automatic option. Restarting a List Manually Let’s start by examining the manual option, which is built into the Paragraph Catalog of all new FrameMaker documents.  If you […]

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Adobe FrameMaker: Formatting Footnotes

by Barb Binder When you write in Adobe FrameMaker and need to add the occasional reference, it seems straightforward enough. Just choose Special > Footnote and there you go. A footnote number immediately appears at the cursor position and the footnote itself appears at the bottom of the page. Better yet, if your Word document has […]

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