Step 4: Create EDD and template files
This is needed, if you haven't done so already of course. The EDD file defines the structure and the formatting for a whole class of documents. A template file is simply an empty FrameMaker file that you use as a starting point for a new document (It simply acts as template because it sits in some special directory on your machine). Basically, there are 2 situations:
You imported a DTD into Framemaker. In this case, you certainly will have a EDD file. To start working on content (or a Template file), all you need to do is to open a blank page and import the EDD Element Definitions. See the separate document "quick-fm-xml-guide.pdf" for this topic !
You start from scratch. In this case you first must first define an EDD file (Menu: File->Developer Tools->New EDD. Then you must define the logical structure of a document, a procedure which I will not explain here (because this document is for folks who know XML and tend to start at least from some DTD, even if they work with an incompatible EDD later on)