FrameMaker questions on TECHWR-L

Subject: FrameMaker questions on TECHWR-L
From: Tommy Trussell <twt -at- CEI -dot- NET>
Date: Fri, 19 Jan 1996 10:24:02 -0600

Sorry I don't have the address of the person asking the original FrameMaker
question, but I'm talking about:

>>Massage data like the following so that the first
>>and last fields are tab-separated with no spaces in

....and so forth

Technical questions about FrameMaker might be better handled on the
FrameMaker newsgroup "comp.text.frame" OR the "Framers" mailing list.

You'll find lots of great information and sources in the FrameMaker FAQ:

McCormick, Robert J. (1994) "FrameMaker FAQ (Frequently Asked
Questions)" Usenet news.answers. Available via
ftp://rtfm.mit.edu/pub/usenet/news.answers/frame/faq/part1
(and ./part2). 35 pages.

(Despite the citation, it's updated frequently -- at least quarterly -- the
copy I have is dated 9/95.)

From the FAQ:
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"framers" reflective mailing list

This is a reflective mailing list, which is also partially gatewayed
with comp.text.frame in one direction: from the newsgroup to the
mailing list but not vice versa. The 'cream of comp.text.frame' is
forwarded to the mailing list.

To get on the mailing list, use the automated administrator; to find
out how, send e-mail:
To: majordomo -at- math -dot- mcgill -dot- ca
body contains: help

If you have trouble with the automated administrator, send email to:
framers-request -at- uunet -dot- uu -dot- net

There is an archive at http://www.cicc.com/archives/framers/ .
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Besides reducing traffic on TECHWR-L, these other places would be a faster
way to get the answers you need about FrameMaker.

--Tommy Trussell

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