Justin Bondoc

About Justin Bondoc

Justin Bondoc, Sales Engineer II, started at MadCap Software as a technical support engineer and turned to the evangelism team to promote the value of MadCap Software’s products and services to the community. In addition to spending his time educating potential and existing customers about all things MadCap Software, Justin likes listening to hip-hop, tackling his next art project, and exploring his creative side.

Introducing MadCap Doc-To-Help 5: All-New Enhanced Integration with Microsoft® Word
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Posted by Justin Bondoc

September 14, 2017

With each new release of MadCap Doc-To-Help, we want to streamline your ability to manage and publish policies and procedures documents, online help sites, and more, all without having to leave Microsoft® Word. We’re …

CSS Tip: Creating Styled Boxes for Notes, Warnings, Examples, and Tips
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Posted by Justin Bondoc

August 17, 201725 Comments

Need a way to indicate an important piece of information in your documentation? You can create styled boxes within MadCap Flare that calls out notes, warning, tips, or examples, all with CSS. Here’s an example of how …

Topics, TOCs and Targets: Three Essential File Types for New MadCap Flare Users to Know
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Posted by Justin Bondoc

July 13, 20172 Comments

A MadCap Flare project can easily house the documentation needs of an entire team, as a single project is made up of a range of different files and can create multiple types of outputs. But let’s take a moment to talk …

MadCap Flare Tip: How to Use Custom Fonts in Your Flare Outputs
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Posted by Justin Bondoc

May 25, 201718 Comments

A major benefit of MadCap Flare is that it lets you take control of the look and feel of your outputs, creating and maintaining consistency through all your help files. But what do you do when you need to use custom …

MadCap Flare Tip: Controlling Page Breaks Using Grouping and CSS
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Posted by Justin Bondoc

April 20, 20178 Comments

When working out of a limited authoring environment such as Microsoft® Word, you might be used to adding in manual page breaks. However, if you have ever changed that document later, you might find that manual page …