- Creating content using topics
- Adding and managing topics
- Importing files
- Inserting graphics
- Creating a table of contents, glossary, and cross-references
- Adding hyperlinks
- Formatting documents with stylesheets
- Creating master pages
- Single sourcing content
- Using variables and snippets
- Generating output
Skill Level Beginner
- [Voiceover] Hello, my name is Neil Perlin. Information has been moving online for years. This process, specifically using a tool called Flare, is the subject of this course. Flare lets us create information in text and graphing form in small chunks called topics. But if users can't find the information they need, the best topics are useless. So Flare lets us add navigation that helps our users find information in those topics quickly and easily. Flare also lets us control the formatting of that content to make it attractive and usable.
Flare offers features that let us create multiple information products from one set of content. And let's us generate those information products in 16 different formats ranging from cutting edge features on the web to traditional paper output like PDF and Microsoft Word. Knowing Flare will be a strong addition to your professional skills. This course will get you started.
Universal Principles of Designwith William Lidwell5h 29m Appropriate for all
Word 2013: Creating Long Documentswith Maria Langer3h 19m Appropriate for all
1. Basic Concepts
2. Creating Content Using Topics
4. Adding Formatting
5. Single Sourcing
6. Understanding Outputs vs Targets
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