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> Instead, while you are still a student, buy the educational version
> FrameMaker. Do it now, while the discounts still apply. It's about a
> of the price of the full version, and you can do it honestly. While
> a FULL version of Frame, it's certainly enough for you to learn on
> produce very excellent documents.
Just curious ... what is missing from the academic version?
Also, someone recommended the FM For Dummies book. From the reviews
on Amazon.com, it includes a save-disabled copy of Frame -- so, no
need for the "borrowed" copy! :o)
"Meddle not in the affairs of Programmers and Engineers; for thou art
small, and crunchy, and wouldst go down good with milk."
(My dad (a retired civil engineer) loves this quote, for some reason.)