Training Contents

Training Contents

Our course syllabus cover the latest tool in the market, we cover each and every topic in tool in-depth level and help you making an expertise, we not only train on tool, we train when, why and what tool to use for specific documents. Also, we make you to work on any three types of documents, like user guide, API documentation and Installation guides etc., from the scratch level, which will make you understand better the structure of various types of technical documents.

Style Guides

When it comes to technical documents, the audience must clearly understand the language and retain the key points. Most technical documents depend on logical, concise, and accurate information. Without a common style guide, error-free documents, mistakes are made, which results in too many reviews and the documents goes through lots of modifications when the styles are not been maintained It has never been more important to adopt internal writing standards that the reader understands well. We train you completely on Microsoft Manual of Styles 4, which makes your documentations very easier.

MS Word 2010

Microsoft Word is considered to the mother of all Technical Writers, the most popular tool for publishing. It is easy to use, review, and make changes. But with larger documents (more than 250 pages), Most of the companies use Word for their documentations, For a Technical Writer, it’s very important to know in and out options, there is lot of difference between how MS Word is utilized by a Technical Writer and a normal user. We spend more time on this, to make you expertise in this tool, because I believe that expertise in word makes you other tools very easier.

MS Visio 2010

Microsoft Visio has some of the features of draw and paint programs, but it has a much different emphasis. Visio is used to quickly create flowcharts, graphs, charts, schematics and other technical or process-based images. Visio accomplishes this by providing the user with icons, charts, and line tools that can quickly be placed and connected on the page. Each icon is also set to allow the input of short descriptive text. The learning curve for this application is twofold. Not only does the user need to learn how to use the tools of the program, but they also need a firm grasp of the theories behind the creation technical images and how they are used to present information, from my point of view learning Visio is really a fun.

SnagIT 11

Graphics are an important part of any document. As rightly said "a picture is worth more than words to say." Image editors are used for image designing, capturing, cropping, morphing and all sorts of image editing, the SnagIT is really easier tool, it’s simply like a Childs play, you can do Image, Text and Video capturing with SnagIT and give many effects to the images. SnagIT is the product of Techsmith, and the current version is 11.

FrameMaker 11

The real fun in Technical writing lies in Adobe products, yes. Why do we use FrameMaker first of all? If your user’s manual is likely to lengthen to hundreds of pages, and includes many illustrations, FrameMaker is the better choice. It is designed for large documents. Usually, each chapter is a separate file, so the size of each file is relatively small and manageable. If a chapter becomes too big for the computer to handle, it can be divided into several files. FrameMaker is better at maintaining consistency with certain types of text elements, for example, cross-references. You can select from a list of cross-reference styles that the writer can define. This includes the appearance and information included, such as page number, title, and fixed text.

RoboHelp 10

With the increased use of the Internet, users have become more accustomed to using online information. Online help is searchable and helps the users to resolve their problem or query easily rather than going through pages and pages of manuals. Help Authoring Tools like RoboHelp, Epic Editor, AuthorIt are used to create online help, while working with RoboHelp, you never feel bored or feel like postponing your work, Use it and then Believe it.

XML Basics

It’s no news that there is demand for technical writers with XML experience, but precisely what might one be expected to know? As a technical writer working with XML, you will be expected to be able to author and publish XML documents. You will also need to have at least a basic understanding of how DTDs and style sheets work with XML documents. Companies now days want to extract more from a Technical Writer, I can train you only on basics of XML, which will come handy for your career.

Other courses
• MS Excel (Basic and Advanced
• MS PowerPoint (Expertise Level)
• AuthorIT
• Camtasia
• API Documentations

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