e2publish video tutorials

April 28, 2010 at 3:37 pm 1 comment

e2publish is an AIR application that utilises the Text Layout Framework (TLF) and Squiggly spell checking.  It has two powerful text wrapping modes, and plenty of features to customise the look of document pages.

The following video tutorials provide an overview of the most important features.

Introduction: Pictures and text…

Advanced text wrapping…

Layouts: Customising page appearance…

Tables and top text shutter…

Sharing documents online…

About import:-

1. e2publish can import e2spreadsheet graphs, or e2vector illustrations.  You can import from your computer’s filesystem, or shared documents online.

2. Because it can import from e2vector, you can import illustrations that originated in Flash.  Export them as .fxg files, import then into e2vector, then import the .e2v file into e2publish.

3. Make sure you have the latest versions of e2spreadsheet, e2vector and e2publish.

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These applications are beta versions.  Please let me know about any bugs or feature requests.  (You can leave your comments here).

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Entry filed under: Adobe AIR, e2publish, e2spreadsheet, e2vector, Pure ActionScript, Text Layout Framework.

e2vector inspired by harmony. Thoughts about Open, Closed, and Hypocrisy

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