With this easy-to-use and comprehensive guide, you can learn how to organize, write, design, and publish online help, user guides, knowledge bases, policies and procedures, and more using the industry benchmark for single source publishing: MadCap Flare.
Flare expert Scott DeLoach shares detailed information about importing content from RoboHelp, Word, and FrameMaker and provides step-by-step instructions for using all of Flare’s features.
Also included is a quick reference list of keyboard shortcuts and an innovative task index. Each section includes sample test questions and answers so you can review what you’ve learned. If you want to use Flare like a pro, this is your guide.
This 430+ page guide covers all of the new features in Flare 11, including 30 new pages about the following topics:
- Importing Doc-to-Help projects
- Specifying table cell content styles
- Inserting YouTube or Vimeo videos
- Inserting 3D models
- Creating Augmented Reality scenarios
- Stitching PDFs
- Absolutely positioning content
- Using the “Top Navigation” HTML5 skin design
- Building targets in the background
- Adding and sharing spelling dictionaries
- Integrating Flare with Git source control
- Using the Quick Launch bar
- Pinning projects on the Start Page
- Creating macros
- Adding and customizing keyboard shortcuts
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“I easily passed my Flare exam using Scott’s power-packed “Little Blue Book”. The MadCap Flare Developer’s Guide is the best Flare book on the market. It goes to the heart of everything about MC Flare. The Developer’s Guide is really the only book you need to start producing quality Flare projects right away. I even carried Scott’s book on vacation, so it was portable, easy-to-read, and targeted to what I needed to deliver my new projects quickly. With a 3 year-old child, it’s hard to get through long books. Brief, informative chapters kept me moving along. I was surprised how much info I picked up within a few short reads and implemented in my Help system. It was instrumental in a large Help conversion project, over 1,000 topics, that I brought over from RoboHelp and styled with no major hiccups. Thanks Scott!”
- Tresha D. Russ, Sr. Technical Writer