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>Please, some of you Framemaker lovers tell me why the technical writer
>world loves this tool. I do most of my work in Word or Pagemaker which
>are both much more intuitive tools. Word usually covers anything =
>and straightfoward I need to do.
Try writing a 1000+ page book with 500+ illustrations in Word or =
Pagemaker... then try and do the same with Framemaker... that's why =
people like me use FrameMaker.
>I have wanted to apply for jobs, yet they always seem to want someone
>Frame experience. It pisses me off because Frame is such a worthless
>-- and I feel locked out of some of these jobs.
I would hardly describe Frame as a useless tool. After all, FrameMaker =
and Interleaf are the two leading tools, so they must have something =
going for them ;-)