MadCap Training Partnership
nSight is pleased to present its first training classes for MadCap Flare v7 software, in partnership with MadCap Software, Inc. The training series will be held October 18–21 from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm at nSight's offices in Burlington, Massachusetts.
MadCap Flare is the professional content-authoring tool of choice, used by technical writers and documentation specialists to create, manage, and publish content for both print and online documentation.
This four-day training series consists of two courses:
October 18-20, 2011: MadCap Flare Basic/Intermediate, $1299.
- Creating a new project
- Importing content (including existing RoboHelp projects)
- Creating and editing topics
- Working with images and video
- Creating navigation, including links, table of contents, and index
- Managing styles, skins, and other appearance features
- Efficient single-sourcing, including variables and conditional tags
- Publishing content to web and print
October 21, 2011: Advanced Training: Cascading Stylesheets, $599.
- CSS overview
- Creating, importing, and modifying stylesheets
- Text styles
- List styles
- Link and dynamic content styles
- Table styles
- Print styles
- Testing styles
**Special offer: Register for both courses for $1798. Save $100!**
Both courses will be held at nSight, Inc., 1 Van de Graaff Drive, Suite 202, Burlington, MA 01803.
Register now for this special training opportunity!
About the Instructor:
John Welle, MadCap Certified Trainer, and Founder and Principal of GW infodesign, inc., has more than seventeen years of technical writing and project management experience. As a toolsmith with technical expertise that spans many domains, John has a reputation for translating highly technical material into usable information. John has been using Flare since version 1.0 to provide clients with single-sourced documentation solutions.
When companies need help with any aspect of written, interactive, or multimedia content creation, they trust nSight to provide the right solution, from individual staffing assignments to a fully-managed project.