I am currently self-training myself in one of the tools that I am using here at work, Adobe FrameMaker 9.
I’ve used FrameMaker before already but I now forgot how to use it.
FrameMaker 9 is the latest in Adobe’s FrameMaker software used by Technical Writers like me, in creating online helps, printed documentation and other documentation needs. This tool is great for large book content writing because it has it’s own compilation and table of contents generation.
I hope I can make the most out of this self-training. FrameMaker can be very usual for me in creating guides and helps.
I can share to everyone the basics of using FrameMaker 9 once i;m done with this short CD Tutorial from a company called VTC. Our company sponsored this tutorial CD together with a book so that we can refresh ourselves with FrameMaker 9.
Good luck to me!
I did it! I actually did it already! I merged all my 3 blogs into one blog. Oh my! I really didn’t know that this was possible. But I did import everything into one blog. Now I have one central blog already which consists of my recent posts from http://wifeynotes.blogspot.com/ and my wedding blog http://dindinanddomswedding.blogspot.com/
This is so thrilling! So, since I did import my blogs successfully, I will be posting here the steps I did to accomplish this.
So, why is knowing these steps important? Well, if you are like me, a person who changes my mind between Blogger and WordPress always, knowing these steps may be helpful if one day you just want to switch back to WordPress or to Blogger or vice versa.
It’s actually very easy. To import a blogger blog to wordpress, go to the Tools section of your WordPress Dashboard and click Import.
The Import page of WordPress will appear.
Choose the blog host that you are importing from the list. In my case, I choose Blogger.
In the Import Blogger page, click Authorize to authorize WordPress to access your Blogger content and import.
If you have a blogger Export File, locate the file then click upload.
A list of the blogs that you have in your blogger login details will be displayed.
Choose the blogs that blogs that you will import then click Import. Then, that’s it! The contents of the blogs that you selected will be transferred to WordPress! I love it!