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Subject:FW: [MASS] Next Frame User's Group meeting.... From:Paul Brady 5797 <PBrady -at- CHIPCOM -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 22 Nov 1995 15:21:00 PST
My apologies if this is a repeat message (my original message was
The FrameMaker Users Network of New England (FUNNE) and
the Society for Technical Communication (STC)
Adobe Systems and FrameMaker 5
Thursday, December 14, 1995 from 7-9 pm
Bentley College Graduate Center, College Drive, Waltham, MA
============== FREE PRIZES!! ==============
=== FREE copy of FrameMaker 5 to be raffled ===
=== off for the platform of your choice. ===
=== Other free prizes! ===
The agenda for the meeting is:
- Paul Brady, President, FUNNE
II. Introduction to Adobe Systems
- Donna Dunn, Application Engineer, Adobe Systems
- Elizabeth Bulger, Northeast Sales, Adobe Systems
III. Impact of Adobe acquisition on FM users
- Donna & Elizabeth
IV. Overview and Demonstration of new Frame products
- Donna Dunn
- Dan York, Manager of Education Services, CIC Systems
* FrameMaker 5
* new version of FrameViewer
V. Questions and answers
If you have general questions about FUNNE or the agenda, please
direct them to Paul Brady, FUNNE President, at:
pbrady -at- chipcom -dot- com
DIRECTIONS TO FUNNE/STC MEETING:
>From Boston and Points East:
Follow Storrow Drive (West) or Memorial Drive (West) to Mount Auburn Street.
After passing Star market, bear right onto Belmont Street. Continue on
Belmont street until it intersects with Trapelo Road. Bear right onto
and continue until it merges with Route 60. Shortly after, turn left onto
Waverley Oaks Road (still Route 60). At the next traffic light, turn right
Street. Continue on Beaver street; this street intersects the Bentley
campus. Take College Drive, which will be on the right, onto the Upper
>From the South and West:
Take exit 14 of the Massachusetts Turnpike and follow the signs to Route 128
North; turn right at Trapelo Road, exit 28A, and proceed 2.6 miles toward
Belmont. Turn right onto Forest Street. One-half mile on the left is the
Bentley College main entrance.
>From the North:
Take Route 128 South to Trapelo Road, exit 28; turn left at the top of the
exit ramp and follow Trapelo Road 2.6 miles toward Belmont. Turn right onto
Street. One-half mile on the left is the Bentley College main entrance.
Senior Technical Writer
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Meetings are held every other month.
NEXT FUNNE MEETING: FrameMaker 5.01 & Adobe
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