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I went through this a while back. My tech writing team went to HighSoft for
training. I have no connections with them other than being a happy customer.
It was the most effective expenditure of time and money I've seen in a
They have three courses available: basic, intermediate, and advanced. The
longest is two days. You can do all three in a week if you are up for an
intense week. The training is hands-on and in depth. I would suggest
spreading them across a three - six month period. FWIW - They are Adobe
authorized trainers. You can contact them at http://www.highsoft.com
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From: Maggie Secara [mailto:maggiros -at- hotmail -dot- com]
Sent: Tuesday, January 09, 2001 01:42 AM
Subject: FrameMaker's apprentice
Speaking of tools... Depending on how things go in the next day or two, I
may find myself having to come up on Framemaker pretty quick. I've looked
in the archives, but there's simply too much to sort through.
I've used other DTPs like Ventura and Quark but not in quite a while. (I've
been making Word sing and dance for just about ever.) But I've only spent
about 10 minutes with a Frame demo, once, and it was surprisingly
intimidating to me. Does anyone who's made the transition from Word to
Frame have any tricks for reducing the number of rocks on the learning
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