Boy, the blog has gotten away from me for a bit. It has been a busy trade show season. In fact, I am typing this post from the DocTrain East show in Burlington, MA. Earlier today I had the honor of presenting two in depth Flare sessions to a great group of folks and several asked about getting copies of my slides. Rather than clogging up email inboxes I though it would be easiest to simply post them here.

 Wednesday pre-conference sessions:

 MadCap Flare – An Introduction to Topic Based Authoring

MadCap Flare – Content Control and Publishing Techniques

Thursday night STC presentation:

Software Simulations and Interactive Tutorials

Saturday post-conference session:

MadCap Flare – Controlling Document Look and Feel with CSS

About The Author

About Mike Hamilton

Mr. Hamilton has over fifteen years of experience in training, technical communication, multimedia development, and software development. Prior to joining MadCap Software, he served as the Product Manager for Macromedia's award-winning RoboHelp product line. Mr. Hamilton is often a featured speaker at industry events, including TEKOM and STC.

Last Modified: March 22, 2011

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  • Paul P. October 29, 2008 at 9:52 PM

    You busy? I can hardly believe that! 🙂 Have a great conference.

  • 4fear October 30, 2008 at 2:39 AM

    Wow! Actual content of the DocTrain presentations offered to the community. Rare high quality slides 🙂 thanks mike

  • Mary M October 30, 2008 at 4:41 AM

    It was awesome! Even though I’ve been using Flare for a couple of months I learned an amazing amount of stuff (including tons of great tips) in a very compressed time. Just sad that I’m going to miss Saturday and hoping that you post those slides as well.

  • STC-CT Webmaster October 30, 2008 at 5:24 AM

    Mike gave a presentation for the STC CT chapter a few years back. I know he’s got a product to hawk, but he does a great job for the community as well. Kudos!

  • Arun Jain October 31, 2008 at 2:28 AM

    One of the best presentations at a conference. It was informative, objective and engaging. Well done Mike.

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