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If you are around Chicago or the northeastern Illinois area, you may want to
consider attending STC Chicago's Introductory Framemaker Workshop, which
will be held all-day on a Saturday at a local school, on November 10. Our
website is at stc-chicago.org.
An online resource that I know of is at microtype.com. They used to have
tutorials for various topics related to Framemaker.
I accepted a new wonderful position as a tech writer. I will be using
framemaker for the first time in an office setting. Does anyone have a
suggestion as to what resource could help me 'ramp up' on it before I start?
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