info on moving from FrameMaker to Flare

Subject: info on moving from FrameMaker to Flare
From: John Hedtke <john -at- hedtke -dot- com>
To: techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com
Date: Mon, 23 Jun 2008 13:41:02 -0700

I just found out about this while pulling together some notes for my
class on how to write manuals and user guides. There are webinars
from MadCap on moving FrameMaker files to Flare called,
unsurprisingly, "Importing FrameMaker files into Flare." It's
specifically for the importing process, and it covers what options to
select and why and what effect those options will have on the
imported files. I'm going to be recommending it to all of my
students who are currently using FrameMaker. (No, I don't work for
MadCap nor are they paying me; I just figure this'll be something of
interest to the group.)

There are one-hour webinars on July 9th and July 17th (they'll
probably add more if those fill up; I've noticed they've been good
about that). Info is at

Do carry on.....

Yours truly,

John Hedtke
Author/Consultant/Contract Writer <-- website
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