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A Speaker’s Perspective on MadWorld 2017
Rachel Kim

Posted by Rachel Kim

July 21, 2016

To all prospective conference speakers and presenters - the MadWorld 2017 Call for Papers is open and accepting your submissions! MadWorld is the premier technical communication and content strategy conference for technical writers, documentation managers and content strategists. Next year, MadWorld returns April 2-5 to the Hard Rock Hotel conveniently located in downtown …

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Professional Print Brochures in MadCap Flare…Single-Sourced…with Online Output…and a Cherry On Top, Part 2
Paul Stoecklein

Posted by Paul Stoecklein

July 19, 2016

Want to create a professional-looking, polished brochure or print foldout as a part of your documentation set? In my previous post, I set the stage on getting started in MadCap Flare, with the essential questions to ask before getting started on the project. With that out of the way, here's an in-depth tutorial on how to create a brochure in Flare: Create the Topics With my …

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Professional Print Brochures in MadCap Flare…Single-Sourced…with Online Output…and a Cherry On Top, Part 1
Paul Stoecklein

Posted by Paul Stoecklein

July 12, 20161 Comments

Have you ever wanted to create a cool, professional quality brochure or product foldout as part of your documentation set? Thanks to powerful single-sourcing features in MadCap Flare, you can accomplish this—and more—while simultaneously producing robust online output. For example, I recently created the following two-sided product foldout: This print foldout …

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The MadWorld 2017 Call for Papers Is Now Open
Rachel Kim

Posted by Rachel Kim

July 7, 2016

Calling all prospective MadWorld 2017 speakers and presenters! MadCap Software is pleased to announce speaker submissions are now being accepted for MadWorld 2017.

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Topic-based Authoring: How to Stop Writing for Paper
Maxwell Hoffmann

Posted by Maxwell Hoffmann

June 30, 2016

For experienced MadCap Flare users, this post may be a familiar trip down memory lane. However, the issue addressed here is quite relevant for new Flare users and those considering the move to topic-based authoring. Boundaries between print and web are fading The majority of us have realized that it is not efficient to write for print output first, do some clever tricks with …

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