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    Posted: 07 Dec 2011 at 7:14am
Free 1-hour webinar:
"Using pdfmark commands to define Acrobat features in FrameMaker: an introduction"

December 15, starting 10am PST 

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Are you interested in PDF settings beyond what can be specified in FrameMaker -- such as custom bookmarks (e.g. pointing to web sites, e-mail feedback, search), initial view settings, custom named destinations ?

pdfmark, an extension to the PostScript page description language, enables you to specify PDF features in your source FrameMaker files. 
When processed by Distiller, the PDF features you specify will be created automatically (no need to redefine the features in Acrobat everytime you update your content and have to recreate the PDF). 

The session starts with some use cases and an overview of pdfmark commands (with pointers to additional information), and proceeds to discuss/demonstrate pdfmark insertion mechanisms (including PostScript text frames in FrameMaker files, hypertext markers and "shortcuts" with FrameMaker-to-Acrobat TimeSavers, prologue/epilogue files).

(not FM/Acrobat version-specific)

Shlomo Perets

FrameMaker/TCS training & consulting * FM-to-Acrobat TimeSavers/Assistants 

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