Books about FrameMaker

Subject: Books about FrameMaker
From: Rogers George <Reg13 -at- AOL -dot- COM>
Date: Tue, 23 May 1995 00:24:16 -0400

Several of you wanted the annotated version of my list of books about FM, so
here it is:
(Long post follows)
FrameMaker 4: From Desktop to Printshop, Yvonne Johnson
This book explores the fundamentals of good design, pre-press, and
production. With side-notes for all platforms, this book is an excellent
source of information for anyone designing publications with FrameMaker 4.

FrameMaker 4 for Windows: Visual QuickStart Guide, Jann Tolman
This book's illustrated step-by-step instructions are written for those who
would rather "do it" than "read about it." It is proven to help FrameMaker 4
users get up and running in very little time.

Power of FrameMaker 4 for Windows, David B. Doty
This book covers all bases but zeros in on topics of interest to experienced
users (e.g., how to create and maintain complex documents, use conditional
text, generate lists, tables, anchored frames, equations, hypertext, and
more).

FrameMaker 4 for UNIX Solutions, Helena Fernandez Jerney & John Jerney
The ultimate trouble-shooting guide for professional technical writers using
FrameMaker 4 for UNIX, this comprehensive reference provides step-by-step
instructions for more than 200 FrameMaker tasks.

Structured Publishing from the Desktop, Michael Fraase
Featuring FrameMaker for the Macintosh, this book provides an informative
overview of technical communications methodology, with an emphasis in the
multiplatform, workgroup publishing environment.

FrameMaker for Windows: Step-by-Step, Janet Lienhard
Ideal for in-house corporate training, this three-part set of workbooks for
first-time users of FrameMaker 3 features step-by-step lessons, supplemented
by an alphabetical reference of featured commands and illustrated glossary.

All these are available from Ellipsys International Publications, (800)
944-5551


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