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wonderful March
Hello everyone,

Hope you had a wonderful March! Here's a summary of what we had to offer the market in terms of content through the month. In case you, a friend or a colleague missed out on a anything useful / important, we hope this list proves to be a useful reckoner.
News of the month News of the month:
The Adobe Day preparations are back in full swing as we put together a great ensemble of speakers and experts. If you are in the Atlanta and / or attending the STC Annual Summit, do register for this free event on May 5th and spend your Sunday morning listening to:
Chas Corfield, the inventor of FrameMaker talk about the changing form of content consumption
Rahel Baillie ask you if your content is ready for the content economy
John Daigle tell you how to navigate through the mobile documentation highway
Mark Lewis talk about the metrics for the content carpenter
The panel discussion chaired by Scott Abel, The Content Wrangler, that presents its take on the future role of a technical writer
Also, based on social feedback we removed all sign-up needs from our #WriteRight campaign collaterals. You can now access all PDF documents without filling up the contact form. Look out for the new and updated list of webinars and videos on the site.
Webinars of the month Webinars of the month:
Rick Stone on integrating Captivate videos in your RoboHelp content
Matt Sullivan on Focused Highlights of Standard (unstructured) FrameMaker 11
Tom Aldous on Leveraging the Power of Two Industry Leaders: Acrolinx and FrameMaker
Chris Despopoulos on FrameMaker ExtendScript: One End-User's success story
Scott Prentice on How to Optimize content for a smooth migration into XML or DITA
Jang Graat's introduction to FrameMaker in English, German and Dutch
Tammy Halter on Database Publishing with FrameMaker 11 – When your print color catalogue is too important to give up
Blogs of the month Blogs of the month:
Video on publishing FrameMaker content to multiple devices via RoboHelp
Making FrameMaker work for you using the ExtendScript Toolkit by Jang Graat
Maxwell Hoffmann's Frame versus Word blog series:
Cross References
Catalogs for text and graphics, format override restorations
Single sourcing and multichannel publications
Part 6, Part 7 and Part 8 on reasons to move from FrameMaker 7.X to 11
We hope you have a fun and exciting April!
Team TechComm @ Adobe
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