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I want to learn some more software programs and was considering FrameMaker,
FrameBuilder, BookMaster, or Interleaf (apologies for sp). I know some people
on this list reside in the Triangle area like myself and their advice would
be particularly relevant. I would like to take some night courses at UNC and
will check into what they offer next week. If anyone knows, drop me a line.