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There are only a couple FM books out, so I'd start by seeing what Amazon
has in stock, I think, and then worry about appropriatness to your level second.
You're likely to find more info on the two FM mailing lists, Frame
Users at, framers -at- frameusers -dot- com and Free Framers at
framers -at- omsys -dot- com -dot- I believe
sign-up info is on each of the list's respective www sites. Adobe also sponsors
a user forum that doesn't get as much traffic but has better archiving.
On 9/7/05, Rebecca Hopkins <rebecca_hopkins -at- comcast -dot- net> wrote:
> I know Framemaker well enough to edit a doc, but need to learn more, so I'm looking for book recommendations.
Art Campbell art -dot- campbell -at- gmail -dot- com
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