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Don Stolee
“With Adobe FrameMaker, you can evolve your organization’s authoring experience to capitalize on the efficiencies of DITA authoring, using the intuitive and powerful WYSIWYG environment that you have come to expect from Adobe. Effortlessly add to your output offerings, such as LiquidMode PDF and responsive HTML5, by leveraging the easy-to-customize publish settings files, and generate multiple outputs with the push of a button.”
— Susanna Carlisi, Content Strategist & Tools Specialist, Ciena
Jang F.M. Graat
"The new Navigation View in Adobe FrameMaker allows users to see the entire hierarchy of a long chapter at a glance, which is very helpful when organizing complex material. The panel helps users easily navigate to the desired section of the chapter - no more scrolling or guessing what page number to go to!"
—Alexandra Duffy, Technical Publications Manager, Vectorworks Inc.
Bernard Aschwanden
“I am pleased that managing between different topics and different ditamaps in Adobe FrameMaker is now much more flexible and the chunking command works well in both DITA and HTML applications.”
—Dr. Hadi S. Hosseini, Technical Writer, SCANCO Medical AG, Switzerland
Marcus Bollenbach
"Review and proof reading are parts of any workflow in Adobe FrameMaker. The enhanced and slick Send for Online Review feature is great and shows that Adobe has listened to its users and put efforts into streamlining the process!"
—Bjørn Smalbro, Owner, FrameMaker.dk
Matt Sullivan
“Improved performance in PDF and HTML publishing in Adobe FrameMaker leads to faster go-to-market content.”
—Thomas M. Aldous, Founder, The Content Era, LLC
Bjørn Smalbro
"Adobe FrameMaker is the only desktop publishing software that covers high-end PDF and HTML publishing requirements right out of the box. It is the only tool with fully integrated options for migration to XML, specifically XML DITA. The improved performance when publishing PDF and HTML files and the unique XLIFF support, which eliminates the dependency on filter version updates with regard to translation memory systems, solidify that this is a professional, state-of-the-art tool for the B2B market."
—Dieter Gust, Member of the Supervisory Board, Director of Research & Development, [itl] AG
Thomas M. Aldous
“I appreciate the new output templates added to Adobe FrameMaker to facilitate the inclusion of Appendix, FrontMatter, and the BackMatter in DITA applications."
—Dr. Hadi S. Hosseini, Technical Writer, SCANCO Medical AG, Switzerland
Ben Slone
“Electronic PDF review has long been one of my favorite Acrobat features. Now that Adobe FrameMaker integrates directly with the Acrobat Document Cloud Online Review, I can easily send out review documents, and then incorporate the changes (either selectively or in batch) right into my FrameMaker documents. This is going to save me a TON of time.”
—Matt Sullivan, Adobe Certified Instructor for FrameMaker, RoboHelp, and Captivate, founder of Tech Comm Tools
David Creamer
“Adobe FrameMaker brings new features to many different areas of the platform. Key updates include new integrations with other processes and tools including the ability to export and import XLIFF content for exchange with all main translation editors, the enhanced MS Word import, and the redesigned HTML output with a strong impact on graphics and a focus on CSS editing.”
—Philippe Zingoni, Senior Technical Consultant, Noteha
Barb Binder
“The out-of-the-box translation support with XLIFF in Adobe FrameMaker streamlines processes and decreases localization challenges.”
—Thomas M. Aldous, Founder, The Content Era, LLC
Joanne Hannagen
“For years, all imported graphics would anchor themselves below the current line. In Adobe FrameMaker, we now have the ability to set the anchoring defaults to whatever we actually prefer, along with setting the default resolution and alignment. What a timesaver!”
—Barb Binder, Adobe Certified Instructor on FrameMaker, Rocky Mountain Training
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“The new Document Splitter functionality is going to save me hours upon hours of time when I need to break very long single documents into Adobe FrameMaker book projects. More importantly, when converting content into structured content models, this new function will allow me to quickly break files into smaller components that can then more easily be processed into topic, task, and reference elements. It’s a game-changer for document conversion.”
—Matt Sullivan, Adobe Certified Instructor for FrameMaker, RoboHelp, and Captivate, founder of Tech Comm Tools
Tassos Anastasiou
"The new Navigation View feature in Adobe FrameMaker makes it possible to navigate any document by its headlines. It’s one of those features that makes editing and authoring so much easier!"
—Bjørn Smalbro, Owner, FrameMaker.dk
Don Stolee
“Adobe FrameMaker accurately publishes the exact formats I need, quickly and repeatably. It takes all the stress off processing and delivering content at the end of a project!”
—Matt Sullivan, Adobe Certified Instructor for FrameMaker, RoboHelp, and Captivate, founder of Tech Comm Tools
Rajdeep Gupta
“Adobe FrameMaker now gives us an easy way to quickly move around through our documents. In the new Navigation View panel, all of our headings are listed, and you can jump to a specific heading by simply clicking the heading in the list. It's also a great way to preview the structure of your headings—just like you could after you generated a table of contents—but now it's happening in real time while you're working in the files automatically.”
—Barb Binder, Adobe Certified Instructor on FrameMaker, Rocky Mountain Training
Jang F.M. Graat
“The new Navigation View in Adobe FrameMaker not only helps users move quickly and easily through different sections in the same file, but it’s easier to orientate the files as well. The automatic double quotes for different languages are a great addition and I am looking forward to the improved HTML5 export with SVG.”
—Winfried Reng, Senior Technical Writer, CCS Care Communication Solutions GmbH
Bernard Aschwanden
"Translation and implementation of translations is a major and difficult task and is often time consuming and prone to errors. XLIFF Support in Adobe FrameMaker is an absolutely major new feature which will allow the user to implement translations much faster and will show the way for working with translations agencies from now on!"
—Bjørn Smalbro, Owner, FrameMaker.dk
Matt Sullivan
“My students are going to love this additional way of representing their Adobe FrameMaker content. It makes moving through complex documents a breeze. How did I go without this feature for so long?”
—Matt Sullivan, Adobe Certified Instructor for FrameMaker, RoboHelp, and Captivate, founder of Tech Comm Tools
Philippe Zingoni
“Adobe FrameMaker has introduced new possibilities for implementing technical documentation with media-specific specialization of the edition. Customers will have positive experiences building modularized documentation with Adobe FrameMaker based on XML or native documents without CMS and translating it into 35 languages.”
—Ute Mitschke, Senior Consultant, 4XScripts – Ute Mitschke
Thomas M. Aldous
“The seamless online review and collaboration workflow in Adobe FrameMaker will increase productivity.”
—Thomas M. Aldous, Founder, The Content Era, LLC
Marcus Bollenbach
“I have waited a lifetime for footnotes to remain on the same page as their reference. In Adobe FrameMaker, there is now an option to keep a footnote with its anchor so the days of using Keep with Next overrides—or worse, drawing frames that use run-around properties—to force a note reference to the next page are finally behind me!”
—Barb Binder, Adobe Certified Instructor on FrameMaker, Rocky Mountain Training
Barb Binder
“The Adobe FrameMaker support for Lw-DITA will be a game-changer for users moving into structure. Lw-DITA is a subset of a full DITA implementation, making it easy to notch up to full-blown DITA whenever you’re ready.”
—Matt Sullivan, Adobe Certified Instructor for FrameMaker, RoboHelp, and Captivate, founder of Tech Comm Tools
 

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