RE: FrameMaker training

Subject: RE: FrameMaker training
From: "James Jones" <doc-x -at- earthlink -dot- net>
To: "'TECHWR-L'" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com>
Date: Tue, 13 Dec 2005 15:42:42 -0600

Maybe this will help you: http://www.microtype.com/FrameMakerQref.html

Microtype has a lot of stuff like this. 7 Detailed articles on PDFs:
http://www.microtype.com/PDFBestPractices.html

13 Tutorials: http://www.microtype.com/FrameMakerTutorials.html

Stuff linked to from that page:

Resources: Express Customization | FAQ | Bugs & Issues | Quick Ref Guides |
Templates | Tutorials | Articles | PDF Best Practices | Acrobat/Reader 6-7
Issues | Miscellaneous

Don't know much about Microtype, but it looked like they had a lot of good
free online stuff about FM.

Jim Jones http://www.tinyurl.com/4arjc


-----Original Message-----
Tony Markos wrote

I used the on-line Framemaker training available at
www.vtc.com. On the plus side, it has step-by-step
audio (to go along with the video). (Cost is
$30/mnth, but you can also train on other software.)

On the down side, many things are not covered, and the
lessons on Structured Frame are, in my opinion, weak.
However, first going through the videos gave me enough
understanding that studying via Frame's help system
was alot easier.

> Anna Junglas wrote:
>
> > 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
> > thorough.
> > What's the BEST way to learn FrameMaker?
> > Comments or suggestions?


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