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Subject:RE: Framemaker vs. Pagemaker From:"White, Donald" <Donald -dot- White -at- Nextel -dot- com> To:"'Jessica Lourey'" <jessical -at- alx -dot- tec -dot- mn -dot- us> Date:Tue, 21 Mar 2000 17:18:03 -0500
.. I am in the process of choosing a software for our Desktop Publishing
course, and I am not sure whether Pagemaker or Framemaker would be better.
I recommend Framemaker. If it is already a requirement for most of your
clients, go with it. It's just better to set the standard soon. Frame is
easier, I think, and more comprehensive to use than Pagemaker.
Donald -dot- White -at- nextel -dot- com