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Subject:Re: What is Framemaker? From:UC Bobby Collins <ucbcolli -at- SYSTEMA -dot- WESTARK -dot- EDU> Date:Mon, 23 Oct 1995 12:41:06 -0500
To anyone who's willing to share...
EVERYBODY asks for Framemaker experience, but I've not seen it before. Do
I need to take a course on it, or is it similar to Pagemaker (which I do
on, 23 Oct 1995, Mary Massirer wrote:
> Subject: What is Framemaker?
> This will be a dumb question to those of you in the know, but I am seriously
> curious. Job ads consistently refer to Framemaker, and our computer support
> people profess to know nothing about it. Is the fact that we're a Mac campus
> the reason? In order to better inform our students, I need some info. on what
> Framemaker does. Can someone send to me (off-list) the name of the company
> and an address and/or phone number? Thanks, Mary Massirer
> (mary_massirer -at- baylor -dot- edu)