RE: FrameMaker training

Subject: RE: FrameMaker training
From: "Claire Conant" <Claire -dot- Conant -at- Digeo -dot- com>
To: "Secara, Maggie" <MSecara -at- sjm -dot- com>, "Anna Junglas" <ajunglas -at- hotmail -dot- com>, <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com>
Date: Tue, 13 Dec 2005 10:14:58 -0800

Maggie recommended:

And to figure all that stuff out, you may want to pick up Framemaker's
"Classroom in a Book". It will walk you through all the basics in an
organized way, and be a better reference than Adobe's so-called Help.

I second that. I am a self-taught FrameMaker user, but when I went
through my tech writing certificate, in our FrameMaker introduction
class, that's what the instructor has us work with. Gets you the basics
quite nicely.

After that, I'd recommend jumping in. My style, not necessarily other's

Claire Conant
Technical Editor
Digeo, Inc.
Kirkland, WA

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