The Adobe FrameMaker Template Series is a collection of over 150 professionally designed templates. Using the templates, you can create technical manuals, cookbooks, Web sites, and many other types of publications entirely in FrameMaker. We've also thrown in over 30 custom table formats; multi-purpose borders; and special features, such as guide lines, pre-built fractions, customizable variables, and tables of contents.
This pack includes nine templates:
BkStyle1: This template family is designed to keep page count down.
BkStyle2: This family features prominent headings and generous amounts of white space without increasing page count.
BkStyle3: This template family creates a book with its chapters, appendices, illustrations, etc., numbered independently. This feature makes it easy for material to be inserted later without disrupting the numbering scheme throughout the entire book.
BkStyle4: This complex template family is ideal for laser-printed software manuals, training guides, tutorials, and in-house instructional material. It features a wealth of formats, accent graphics, and more that help the student progress quickly and stay focused on the material.
BkStyle5: This family is the same as BkStyle2, but this version shows how to create running thumb tabs on recto pages. You can easily copy the technique to other templates after you see how it's done here.
BkStyle6: This template is intended for the small heavily illustrated manuals that accompany TVs, VCRs, and similar consumer hardware. The template exports well to HTML because of the way text and graphics are enclosed. It's a great way to transfer printed, graphical step-by-step guides to the Web.
BkStyle7: Did you like the pre-5.5 FrameMaker documentation? This template family brings that look back to life in a special, easier-to-use version.
BkStyle8: This template family served as the basis for the Adobe FrameMaker Template Series documentation.
BkIntl: This simple template is meant for instruction sheets or step-by-step guides where the contents must be in three languages.
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Adobe FrameMaker 5.5 or later for Mac OS or Adobe FrameMaker+SGML 5.5 or later for Mac OS
The most convenient place to install the template files is in the folder that contains the standard FrameMaker templates. By placing them in this location, they will be available in FrameMaker's New dialog box. If you prefer to place them in a different folder, you may have to navigate to that folder to find them when you create a new document.
Most of the templates contain sample text and instructions. These instructions are helpful when you're using the templates for the first time. After a while, however, you'll probably want to clear out the sample text from the templates you use regularly. If you do this, be sure to keep a copy of the filled-in template in case you need to be reminded of how it's supposed to look or work.
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