RE: Piracy (was RE: recommend a book on Framemaker)

Subject: RE: Piracy (was RE: recommend a book on Framemaker)
From: Peter Gold <peter -at- highsoft -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Thu, 22 Jun 2000 13:08:38 -0700

I just wanted to clarify a bit:


Instead, while you are still a student, buy the educational version of
FrameMaker. Do it now, while the discounts still apply. It's about a third
of the price of the full version, and you can do it honestly. While it's not
a FULL version of Frame, it's certainly enough for you to learn on and to

As far as I know (I am a FrameMaker trainer, working for a FrameMaker reseller), the educational version is complete in every respect EXCEPT in its ability to upgrade to a new release. Instead of upgrading, you need to purchase the new version, if you are still a valid student/faculty person. However, the cost of the student version is about the same as the upgrade price for a full version.

produce very excellent documents. You can even borrow templates from your
friend (guilt-free).

As several others have noted, violating the requirements of the software license is a serious legal matter, as well as one that affects the ability of companies to stay in business.



Peter Gold HighSoft, Inc. Adobe Products Applications Engineer, Training, Support
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