Typefi is proud to announce a new partnership with RecoSoft, a leading provider of software solutions to convert files between Adobe and Microsoft applications. With this partnership, Typefi users can export complete InDesign spreads directly to PowerPoint from within Typefi workflows.
- Categories: DITA, Online Authoring, XML
XML is a standardised markup language commonly used by technical writers to create structured content. XML is also useful when it comes to automating time-consuming tasks and processes—like pagination—in publishing. If you’re new to XML, check out this article to learn what XML and DITA are, and the benefits of XML web authoring.
- Categories: Case Study, CMS, DITA, Education
Emily Johnston, Typefi Business Development Director, recently sat down for a chat to discuss how Typefi, along with Componize CCMS and structured authoring in DITA, has revolutionised how Kaplan produces its content. What was once a tedious workflow—taking content manually from Microsoft Word into InDesign—is now highly automated and streamlined.
For decades, MathType EPS equations have been created using references to Type 1 fonts, also known as PostScript fonts. Adobe will disable support for authoring with Type 1 fonts by January 2023. Users will no longer have the ability to author content using Type 1 fonts after that time.
Typefi recently joined forces with Inera to present a free webinar showcasing a fully automated end-to-end article publishing workflow. Since we ran out of time to answer all questions from the audience, we’ve teamed up to answer them here!
Typefi has partnered with Extensis to eliminate font challenges for our users! Integrating Extensis’ font management solutions with Typefi’s end-to-end automated publishing platform will banish common font issues that can derail the automated publishing process.
- Categories: eXtyles, XML
This joint presentation from Typefi and Inera shows you how to leverage Inera eXtyles and Typefi to simplify your editorial and publishing processes, dramatically speed up production, and produce quality XML—without any additional effort or XML knowledge.