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Subject:Re: What is Framemaker? From:Mark Boyer <MBoyer -at- BANYAN -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 24 Oct 1995 09:17:52 EDT
Whether you need FrameMaker-specific training depends on how conversant you
with document processors and how sophisticated your FrameMaker documents
need to be. In general, I'd say that any writers experienced with document
processors can pick up Frame on their own.