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The Premier Technical Communication
and Content Strategy Conference

April 14-17, 2019 | Hard Rock Hotel

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Nathan Wolf

Lead Technical Writer, Cisco Systems, Inc.

Nathan Wolf is a Lead Technical Writer at Cisco Systems, where he helps lead the charge on a team pushing MadCap Flare to the limits to produce print and online software documentation for Cisco security products. He is the organizer of the Raleigh-Durham MadCap Flare User Group and is a huge proponent of single-sourcing content.

Nathan Wolf is a Lead Technical Writer at Cisco Systems, where he helps lead the charge on a team pushing MadCap Flare to the limits to produce print and online software documentation for Cisco security products. He is the organizer of the Raleigh-Durham MadCap Flare User Group and is a huge proponent of single-sourcing content.


Monday

Track 211:30 - 12:25

Creating a Contemporary Print PDF Design with MadCap Flare

With the move to more advanced online help systems, it can be easy to overlook PDF output. If your audience relies on PDF documentation, this session examines some best practices that enable you to create fresh, stylish PDF output. Take a look at some tactics to design your Page Layouts for a modern look and feel, and learn about creating some topics, snippets, and variables to enhance your output. Finally, you’ll learn about creating your TOCs and Targets with settings to make it all come together.

Session Topics: MadCap Flare | PDF Outputs | Design

Tuesday

Track 41:30 - 2:30

Cleaning Up the Clutter: Refresh Your MadCap Flare Project Design

Ever inherited a MadCap Flare project you didn't create but now have to work from? You may or may not know where things are located, what files are used for, what settings are enabled, or how the previous team/author may have even used the project. Take control and give the project a refresh so you are not constantly discovering roadblocks that impede your work. In this session, Nathan Wolf will discuss some options to refresh design, including global project linking, removing local formatting, using regular expressions, and good old fashioned project organization.

Session Topics: MadCap Flare | Design

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