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Adobe FrameMaker: What to know about working with generated files

By Barb Binder, Adobe Certified Instructor on FrameMaker FrameMaker will happily create, or generate, files for you. A table of contents, a list of tables, a list of figures, a list of effective pages and an index are all examples of generated files. They are fairly easy to set up, and once working, you can […]

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Adobe InDesign: Include Paragraph Numbers in a Table of Contents

By Barb Binder, Adobe Certified Instructor on InDesign Numbering chapters and paragraphs in InDesign takes a little effort. You have to work through the logic and then set up the paragraph styles. For more information on this part of the process, see Adobe InDesign: Numbering Chapters, Subheads, Tables & Figures. The good news is that […]

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Adobe FrameMaker: Including chapter numbers in a table of contents

by Barb Binder, Adobe Certified Instructor on FrameMaker Updated: May 23, 2020 From a recent Rocky Mountain Training FrameMaker student: Hope you and your classes are going well. I have a quick question that I was hoping you could help me with:  I am making a table of contents (TOC) for my book, but when I […]

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Adobe InDesign: Adding Bookmarks for Adobe Acrobat

by Barb Binder Sure, you can add bookmarks in Adobe Acrobat, but should you? Nope, not in my opinion. I teach how to add and edit bookmarks in my Adobe Acrobat classes, but I also take the time to make sure that my Word users know how to create bookmarks from styles using PDFMaker in Word, […]

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Adobe FrameMaker: Removing bold from page numbers in a table of contents

by Barb Binder, Adobe Certified Instructor on FrameMaker Updated: May 23, 2020 I like mixing bold headings in my table of contents with regular weight text, but I don’t like the bold leaders and page numbers that go with it: I just think it looks awkward. My preference is to leave all of the generated […]

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Adobe FrameMaker: How to Create a Mini-TOC for Individual Chapters

by Barb Binder, Adobe Certified Instructor on FrameMaker Updated on Jan 10, 2018 Note: This post refers to a manual Mini-TOC. Beginning in FrameMaker 2015, Adobe added an automatic mini-TOC feature which is significantly easier to work with. For more information on the new Mini-TOC, see Adobe FrameMaker Online Help. Most advanced FrameMaker users know how […]

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Adobe FrameMaker: More on customizing a table of contents

by Barb Binder, Adobe Certified Instructor on FrameMaker Updated: May 23, 2020 In a previous post, Adobe FrameMaker: Adding Tabs to a Table of Contents, I talked about how to use the TOC Reference page to add the missing tab between a table of contents text entry and the page number that follows it. Here […]

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Adobe FrameMaker: Adding tabs to a table of contents

by Barb Binder, Adobe Certified Instructor on FrameMaker Updated: May 23, 2020 “Discoverable”. That’s a new Adobe buzzword for features that users can discover on their own. I’d say that adding a tab character between the entries and page numbers in a table of contents does not fall into that category. One of my most […]

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Adobe FrameMaker: List of markers

by Barb Binder, Adobe Certified Instructor on FrameMaker Updated: May 23, 2020 One of my regular layout jobs has contributing authors who use a variety of accented characters in their writing. The chapter titles are set in all caps, and don’t need the accents, but the table of contents is set in upper & lower […]

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Adobe FrameMaker: Reusing a TOC or Index

by Barb Binder, Adobe Certified Instructor on FrameMaker Updated: May 23, 2020 Do you work on a number of projects in Adobe FrameMaker that look similar to each other? A wonderful feature in FrameMaker is the File > Import > Formats command, which allows you to quickly import all of your formatting commands from one […]

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