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6 Ways Structured FrameMaker 10 helps Translation

February 10, 2011 2 Comments

FrameMaker 10 introduces many great new features, several of which will have a positive impact on creating structured source content for your translation workflow. Our previous blog, 8 Ways Unstructured FrameMaker 10 helps Translation, focused on new FrameMaker 10 features relevant to unstructured w...

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Document Translation
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Adobe, FrameMaker, DTP, translation, localization, technical, DITA, XML
8 Ways Unstructured FrameMaker 10 helps Translation

February 03, 2011 2 Comments

Any one of over 25 new features in FrameMaker 10 could tempt existing or potential users to move up to this new release. In this blog we focus on a handful of features that will have significant impact on multilingual projects and unstructured FrameMaker documents destined for translation. Our next ...

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Document Translation
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FrameMaker DITA and Translation: Eliminate Round Trip to XML

December 22, 2010 Comments

When DITA or XML files from FrameMaker are translated into target languages, your translation company may have more work required than necessary restoring post-translation formatting, if you are using an older workflow model with structured FrameMaker. Typically, most FrameMaker users create DITA or...

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Document Translation
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Webinar: How to reduce DTP and translation costs with FrameMaker 9 and DITA

September 23, 2010 Comments

Many people pay more than they should for post-translation DTP because their content is inconsistently formatted in less effective applications or older versions of FrameMaker. Inconsistent document structure and formatting exceptions can cause costly problems, even in English source files. New cus...

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Document Translation
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Why Upgrade to FrameMaker 9.0 for Multilingual DTP?

July 08, 2010 2 Comments

Would you use an 8-year-old product for publishing if a vastly superior upgrade were available at a reasonable cost? A surprising number of long-time FrameMaker users continue to use FrameMaker V7, (released in 2002), including customers who publish to multiple languages. This is astonishing because...

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Document Translation
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10 FrameMaker Mistakes in Translated Documents: Part 2

March 24, 2010 Comments

If you follow all of these guidelines in preparing your FrameMaker content before submission to translation/localization, you may decrease some portions of your project costs by as much as 33%. Naturally, you can use the money saved with these techniques to move your content into more languages, ext...

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Document Translation
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Adobe, FrameMaker, DTP, translation, localization, technical
10 FrameMaker Mistakes in Translated Documents: Part 1

March 16, 2010 Comments

FrameMaker is a powerful and mature authoring solution, well suited for unstructured data, like traditional manuals and long documents. This well-established authoring tool also now serves well as an "out-of-the-box" DITA/XML editor. Because FrameMaker has been around so long, many customers have ac...

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Document Translation
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Adobe, FrameMaker, DTP, translation, localization, technical, DITA, XML

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