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Apparently FrameMaker produces tons of documentation. You just have to find
out that it exists and ask for it. When I complained to frame
(commemts -at- frame -dot- com), they told me they have a book called "Integrating
Applications with FrameMaker" that I might find "helpful" in using
hypertext. My question is, if it's so helpful, why not send it in the first
When I bought Frame, there was also a card I sent in to request manuals
about MIFF and SMGL. Give them a call or e-mail them a note.