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>I started on Frame 3 and read the manuals cover to cover before I
>even looked at the program. I thought the manuals that came with the
>package then were excellent
I worked with both the Frame 3 and Frame 4 manuals. The Frame 3 manuals left
a lot to be desired (as did the program). The Frame 4 manuals are much
better. I think some of them won prizes in the STC's 1993 Northern
California Tech Pubs Competition. ...RM
Dr. Richard Mateosian Freelance Technical Writer srm -at- c2 -dot- org
Review Editor, IEEE Micro Vice President, STC Berkeley Chapter