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DITA Features in Madcap Flare Webcast Tuesday at 11 a.m. EST from Scriptorium

by Tom Johnson on Jan 19, 2010
categories: technical-writing

Scriptorium is presenting a free webinar on the DITA features in Madcap Flare this Tuesday at 11 a.m. EST. Here are the details:

Presented by Sarah O'Keefe, this webcast demonstrates using MadCap Flare to create WebHelp from DITA-based content. Topics covered include:

  • Importing DITA content into Flare
  • Map file handling
  • Cross-references and links
  • Relationship tables
  • Conrefs
  • Conditional processing

By the way, you can keep up with other upcoming webcasts from Scriptorium by subscribing their newsletter, keeping up with their site's feed, or clicking the Scriptorium graphic in my sidebar.

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