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I learned the most from having to set up my own books from scratch. My
reference was The Complete Reference: FrameMaker 7 by O'Keefe and
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Subject: FrameMaker training
My current job does not use FrameMaker and I think I'm getting out of
touch with reality...
I've got a personal copy and I'm ready to dig in on my own.
I'm thinking an online training course would be a good idea. I'd like
it cheap, relatively quick (not looking for a semester course), and
What's the BEST way to learn FrameMaker?
Comments or suggestions?
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