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On Thu, 18 Jul 2002 00:28:04 -0700, dmbrown -at- brown-inc -dot- com wrote:
Creating content is a discrete activity. I never create content in
FrameMaker, it takes up too much memory, works slowly and requires too
Normally I use a text editor and the simpler the better. The one I
prefer is Notebook, a shareware product for Gregory Braun in
Milwaukee. I gives me some minimal outlining capabilities in the form
of a TOC.
Once the content is written I transfer it to FM for formatting.
The less I deal with FrameMaker, the more productive I can be.
David W Lettvin
South Hamilton, MA
I used to think that the brain was the most wonderful organ in my
body. Then I remembered who was telling me this. ?Emo Philips
>joanne grey wrote:
>> ...the client tells me what format I give them my work in. I can
>> create [it] in Notepad if I want and the client can't say much,
>> but they *can* require that I deliver FrameMaker files.
>> Subtle difference, that.
>Indeed. How exactly does one create a Framemaker file in Notepad?
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