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I'm inclined to believe Frame is the way
>to go, if for no other reason, it's the direction the industry seems to be
Not quite. In the Jan/Feb issue of Region 7's Willamette Gallery, Regina
Gilbert published an excellent summary of employment opportunities in this
area. According to Regina, 17% of all employers are looking for Word
experience. Exactly half -- 8.5% -- are looking for Framemaker experience.
As one of the posters here frequently reminds us: in God we trust -- all
others must provide data.
I've been using Word on my documents for two years, and I have to say, I
like it a lot. I came to it having used WordPerfect for six years, and I was
up and running on Word in an hour. It is not just an IBM Selectric with a
lot of font balls.
gromaine -at- radisys -dot- com