Book: The FrameMaker Handbook

Subject: Book: The FrameMaker Handbook
From: Paul Sholar <pks -at- GENSYM -dot- COM>
Date: Thu, 18 May 1995 17:41:34 EDT

Dave L. Meek (dave -at- disc-synergy -dot- com) and others asked about
a book for learning to use to FrameMaker:

The Frame Handbook: Building FrameMaker Documents That Work
Linda Branagan & Michael Sierra
O'Reilly & Associates, Inc. (1994, 1st edition, 506 pp.)
ISBN: 1-56592-009-0


Chapters and appendixes listed in its Table of Contents:

1. FrameMaker Basics
2. Text
3. Searching and Spelling
4. Footnotes, Variables, and Cross-References
5. Paragraph and Character Formats
6. Master Pages
7. Tables
8. Importing Formats
9. Graphics and Color
10. Integrating Text and Graphics
11. Keyboard Macros
12. Creating Templates
13. Creating Books
14. Tables of Contents and Other Generated Lists
15. Creating Indexes
16. Version Control, Revision Control, and Hypertext

A. Keyboard Shortcuts
B. FrameMaker's X Resources
C. Tips and Tricks <<===== 52 pages long, and maybe alone
worth the book's price!


Happy Frame-ing,

Paul Sholar ( pks -at- gensym -dot- com )
Sr. Technical Writer
Gensym Corporation
Cambridge, Massachusetts

DISCLAIMER: Not speaking for Gensym Corporation


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