Moving from Adobe FrameMaker to MadCap Flare
Jose Sermeno

Posted by Jose Sermeno

June 6, 20112 Comments

Moving from Adobe® FrameMaker® to MadCap Flare™ is easy. To get the best results, we recommend you do some planning before you start to import your existing content. The document below outlines our best practices …

Moving from Adobe FrameMaker to MadCap Flare
One Link for Both Online and Print Outputs
Jose Sermeno

Posted by Jose Sermeno

May 25, 2011

[caption id="attachment_776" align="alignright" width="366" caption="Click to see a demo."][/caption] Did you know that you can create one link for both Online and Print outputs? By using style mediums, you can set …

One Link for Both Online and Print Outputs
SharePoint Integration and Team Authoring in Flare 7
Jose Sermeno

Posted by Jose Sermeno

May 11, 20111 Comments

[caption id="attachment_708" align="alignright" width="443" caption="Click for a demo."][/caption] If you use Microsoft SharePoint, you can connect to a SharePoint server with Flare 7. Once you select a SharePoint …

SharePoint Integration and Team Authoring in Flare 7
Flare 7 Enhances Team Authoring with NATIVE Subversion Integration
Jose Sermeno

Posted by Jose Sermeno

April 19, 20116 Comments

That's right, not only does MadCap Flare support Team Foundation Server (TFS) and Visual Source Safe (VSS), it also supports Subversion (SVN), without the need to install any third-party plug-ins.   [caption …

Flare 7 Enhances Team Authoring with NATIVE Subversion Integration
QR Codes Becoming Mainstream – MadCap Leads the Charge in Technical Communication
Jose Sermeno

Posted by Jose Sermeno

April 4, 2011

We're starting to see more and more of them. On print ads, on bus wraps, and now, in your documentation. Flare 7 allows technical communicators to bridge the gap between static print and searchable, more detailed, …

QR Codes Becoming Mainstream – MadCap Leads the Charge in Technical Communication