I am conducting an informal Webinar titled: “Generating custom InDesign Tables of Contents using XML, XSLT, and Tagged Text”. Sometimes you need a complex table of contents or index that can’t be easily generated using InDesign’s built-in Table of Contents command. I will demonstrate a simple workflow using XML, XSLT, and InDesign Tagged Text. Here is the registration information:
Please register for InDesign Table of Contents Webinar on Jan 28, 2016 1:00 PM EST at:
Sometimes you need a complex table of contents or index that can’t be easily generated using InDesign’s built-in Table of Contents command. Rick Quatro, long-time automation expert, will demonstrate a simple workflow using XML, XSLT, and InDesign Tagged Text.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
Here are the Webinar notes.
2 thoughts on “InDesign Table of Contents Webinar – Thursday, January 28, 2016, 1:00 pm EST”
Hi, a colleague is using FrameMaker 15 and we use PDFmark code to put the bookname, version in the title bar of the PDF. He says that he is not seeing this with FrameMaker 15. Do you know if Frame 15 still supports pdfmark code?
Hi Sherri, As far as I know, 2015 should still support pdfmark code. Did the code work in a previous version of FrameMaker? Sometimes pdfmark code in a PostScript text frame will conflict with the pdfmark code that FrameMaker writes internally. With some commands, the last one wins, so it may depend on when FrameMaker writes a particular pdfmark command to the PostScript stream. Please post your pdfmark code if you can. Thanks.