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.

My #1 Tip To Know about Print TOCs in MadCap Flare
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Posted by Justin Bondoc

February 14, 20172 Comments

Today, I’m going to share with you my top tip when it comes to Print TOCs in MadCap Flare: Headings in Topics will determine the TOC structure in print based outputs. What do I mean by that? Let’s take a look …

Why Should You Use Cross-References over Hyperlinks?
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Posted by Justin Bondoc

January 19, 201716 Comments

In Flare, a cross-reference is a navigation link that lets you connect text in one topic to another topic (or a bookmark within a topic). Hmmm. That sounds like a hyperlink…and a cross-reference looks a lot like a hyperlink, so why not just use a hyperlink? I'll tell you why: because a cross-reference can do so much more.

5 Helpful MadCap Flare UI Features You May Have Missed
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Posted by Justin Bondoc

October 13, 2016

MadCap Flare is full of features that are designed to help you reduce the time it takes to write, edit, and manage documentation. Many long-time Flare users have seen the user interface change and grow over multiple …

MadCap Flare Tip: How to Align Content with Your List Items
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Posted by Justin Bondoc

August 23, 20162 Comments

When creating technical documentation, a common practice is to place content at the same level as your list item. However, users without a technical background may come across the issue of aligning content with list …

How to Overcome Your Fear of CSS with MadCap Flare
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Posted by Justin Bondoc

July 28, 20162 Comments

When it comes to technology, there are a lot of acronyms that can seem scary and intimidating. One term frequently thrown around in the tech world is CSS, which stands for Cascading Style Sheets. CSS gives technical …