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Math Authoring for Everyone: How to Create and Edit Equations with MathFlow in MadCap Flare

Jul 30, 8:00-9:00 am (Pacific Time) Online Webinar
Presenter: Lauren Wood, Senior Product Manager | Design Science

Do you have mathematics in your technical content? In this presentation, learn how to create and edit equations with MathFlow (the equation editor used inside MadCap Flare), presented by Lauren Wood, Senior Product Manager for Design Science.

MathFlow handles all types of equations, from basic mathematics such as fractions to complex formulas used in engineering and other technical disciplines. It creates industry-standard MathML, which is used directly in many formats including HTML5 and EPUB, so your equations don't even need to be transformed to be beautifully formatted in many of your target outputs. Ms. Wood will give a brief introduction to MathML and where it can be used, and will also provide live demos and tips on how to use MathFlow within Madcap Flare.


Bust a Move: From Technical Communication to Content Strategy

Aug 12, 8:00-9:00 am (Pacific Time) Online Webinar
Presenter: Ellis Pratt, Sales and Marketing Director | Cherryleaf

In this webinar, we'll look at how technical communicators can get more involved in corporate content strategy. We'll look at why they might want to do that, the differences between technical communication and content strategy, as well as looking at how they might re-position themselves. We'll also look at what tools and skills technical communicators can bring across from the technical communications field.

Join Ellis Pratt, Sales and Marketing Director at Cherryleaf, as he presents one of his sessions from MadWorld 2014, the 2nd annual worldwide user conference held in San Diego, California, this past April.


Every Page is Page One: Information Design with MadCap Flare

Aug 27, 8:00-9:00 am (Pacific Time) Online Webinar
Presenter: Mark Baker, Author and Content Strategist | Analecta Communications, Inc.

When users attempt to find content using a search, they are not using your help system top-down, but bottom-up. Their decision about whether the topic they have found meets their needs will be made by looking at the topic content, not its place in the TOC. If the reader want to move to another topic, their starting point is the topic they are reading now, not the TOC. No matter how brilliant and consistent your top-down organization is, it is not going to matter if your readers are navigating bottom-up.

Join Mark Baker, Content Strategist and author of Every Page is Page One: Topic-based Writing for Technical Communication and the Web, as he explains why designing and organizing your content for bottom-up navigation will improve how your readers find and consume your content.


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