Do you want to know about the latest and greatest features in Adobe TCS? Don’t have enough time or budget to attend a full-blown training class? Adobe and the Puget Sound Chapter of the STC have you covered!
Join us for a 2-hour online session with TCS expert, Matt Sullivan. This session is sponsored by Adobe. Matt will highlight some of the best features in the past few releases of FrameMaker, RoboHelp, and Captivate. Whether you’re considering migrating to TCS, upgrading from an earlier version, or just looking to make the most of your TCS investment, this session will be an eye opener.
Topic: TCS 2017: Pro Tips and Best Practices
Instructor: Matt Sullivan, Founder of Tech Comm Tools
Date: Tuesday, April 25, 2017
Time: 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Cost: Free admission
Registration: Please register here by 12:00 pm on April 24 so that we can send you a link to the online workshop.
The latest release of Adobe Technical Communication Suite comes out with improved capabilities of FrameMaker, RoboHelp and Captivate. Adobe FrameMaker enables you to easily author and publish technical content across different devices as well as work with unstructured and structured content in the same documentation. Adobe RoboHelp lets you create and deliver personalized content experiences for any device as well as generate content-centric mobile apps. Adobe Captivate helps you create attractive eLearning.
Technical requirements for the workshop: You will get more out of the session if you have the 2015 or 2017 release of Adobe Technical Communication Suite installed on your laptop. Acrobat Professional can be substituted for one of the apps, if desired.
About the Instructor:
Matt Sullivan is the founder of Tech Comm Tools as well as the co-author of Publishing Fundamentals: Unstructured FrameMaker 11. Matt is an Adobe Certified Trainer in ten different Adobe Systems products related to publishing, video, and eLearning. He helps Adobe and other organizations develop and produce topic-based technical video content, and deliver that content where the audience needs it. Matt is a regular participant on the annual MindTouch Top 100 #TechComm Influencers, climbing steadily each year, to the latest poll, where he ranks 15.