Lin Sims shares a .mif file containing a resumé template (you will need to unzip) that she adapted by melding two Framemaker templates. It uses rotated text for section headers, making it very distinctive.
Bodvar Bjorgvinsson’s .fm and .pdf resumé example is in Icelandic, but don’t let that stop you from making it your own. Eye-catching color with space for a photo make this resumé stay on top of the pile.
Not only will these files help you produce a good-looking resumé, you will learn how to modify a template created by someone else to fit your own needs.
A list of keyboard shortcuts from Lin Sims (the .zip file contains both .fm and .pdf formats)
Klaus Daube shares his method for fitting very long headings into limited space in the layout for running titles.
You can use Framemaker as a text editor to directly edit the MIF code generated when you MIF-wash a Framemaker document. See edit_mif_with_fm
Composite documents in FrameMaker
This article describes techniques for constructing documents built from other documents by combining conditional text and text insets.
First steps in structure
This series of articles is intended to provide FrameMaker users who are familiar with unstructured documents with an easy introduction to structured working in FrameMaker.
Locking down document design
This article provides basic instructions for creating a template in FrameMaker.
Mastering master pages 1
Mastering master pages 2
The first of these two articles provides a general overview of master pages and their various options and describes how master pages can be automatically applied. The second article describes how to use conditional, dynamic, and composite objects on master pages.
Pushing FrameMaker – a case study
The author describes a complex and challenging project using structured Framemaker to produce a technical book that you can have a look at via Amazon. See Java Actually: A Comprehensive Primer in Java Programming
Taking FrameMaker a little further
This article describes how to use FrameMaker’s indexing functionality in very long documents with repeating layouts. It also discusses other useful features, such as paragraph tag sequences, autonumbers, custom variables, and running headers, that make formatting long documents much easier.
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