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NEW ONLINE VIDEO COURSE: Write a Great Research Paper!

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We are proud to offer yet another high-quality ONLINE VIDEO COURSE:

Write a Great Research Paper for Success in School!


In this course you will learn how to

  • Think creatively and correctly about your research paper
  • Brainstorm creatively
  • Outline and structure the topic
  • Select a variety of sources and conduct a research
  • Avoid logical fallacies
  • Avoid the kind of activities that hamper the writing process
  • Learn which parts of the paper to write the last
  • Sit down and write the first and second drafts to create a great and convincing research paper
  • Proofread on your own by using a great method disclosed in this course
  • Review and write the second draft

Class open 24×7! Join in TODAY!


How to Add Selected Bookmarks to PDF Version of an Adobe FrameMaker Document

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When you save an Adobe FrameMaker document as PDF, FM adds a very useful Bookmarks side bar to the left of the PDF document window:

Bookmarks in Adobe PDF

Each bookmark acts as a link that takes you directly to that section when you click on it.

Did you know that you can actually configure each link that displays in the Bookmarks pane?

Here is how you can do it.

1) Open your FM document.

2) Select Format > Document > PDF Setup… from the main menu to display the PDF Setup dialog box:

Adobe FrameMaker 12 PDF Setup


3) By using the Include and Exclude arrows to shift the paragraph tags between the Include Paragraphs and Don’t Include lists.

4) Click Set. Now when you save your document as PDF, only those links that you have shifted to Include Paragraphs list will display in the Bookmarks pane of your PDF document.


How to Add Background Color Box in Adobe FrameMaker 12

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Did you know that you can easily add a background color box to an Adobe FrameMaker 12 paragraph without adding a table cell? No more tables to add color background :-)

Follow these easy steps:

1) Create your text and place your cursor someone inside the paragraph.

2) Select Paragraph Designer (Ctrl+M).

3) Create a new paragraph style. Let’s call it “ColorBox”.

4) Select the Advanced Tab.

5) From the Pgf Box drop-down list, select a color:

MS Adobe FrameMaker 12  Background Box

6) Click Apply and then Update All. Your paragraph will now display a great green background:

MS Adobe FrameMaker 12  Background Box 2

Now every time you assign that paragraph style to a paragraph the text will display the same background color.