- [Voiceover] Congratulations, you've finished the course.…You've learned about concepts like topics…and single sourcing, and features like style sheets,…conditions, snippets, and targets.…You now have the basic skills needed to use Flare…to create online documentation and help systems.…You should also have a sense of Flare's…depth of features and options that let you create…customized output targets,…aimed at different audiences,…using different viewing devices.…What next?…First, start using Flare now…as soon as you finish the course,…while the material is still fresh in your mind.…
Second, keep learning.…Where can you go for more information?…On the MadCap site, you'll find a range of resources,…including a more comprehensive three-day long class,…and a number of advanced one-day classes.…You'll also find the MadCap user forums.…You'll find 100s of questions and responses…from users and by users.…See if there's a Flare user group near you.…Go to this address and scroll down…through the Local Flare User groups listing.…
- 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
Word 2013: Creating Long Documentswith Maria Langer3h 19m Intermediate
Universal Principles of Designwith William Lidwell5h 29m Intermediate
1. Basic Concepts
2. Creating Content Using Topics
4. Add Formatting
5. Single Sourcing
6. Understanding Outputs vs. Targets
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