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John Posada asked about Sarah O'Keefe's and Thomas Neuberger's
books on Frame 7.
I have not seen either book, but I know both Tom and Sarah
and can't imagine either book being less than excellent.
I own and swear by Neuberger's Frame 6 book. I heard Sarah's
presentation on Frame 7 at STC Conference in May.
I am hoping that some of my hyperautomation of FrameMaker
(text insets, conditional text, Frame Variables) will be
more manageable in the Frame+SGML option of the new Frame 7.
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