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Subject:Re: advice for front page 97 book From:"Bergen, Jane" <janeb -at- ANSWERSOFT -dot- COM> Date:Mon, 6 Oct 1997 08:53:55 -0500
For Front Page 97 and other web publishing issues, you can't go wrong
with the Laura LeMay Web Workshop series. For some strange reason, I was
not able to find the series at Amazon, but here's Laura's own web site:
This is a great series and includes another great book on creating web
they carry her name. They're simple, well-written, and practical. That
said, be aware that FrontPage 98 will be out in Q4 and it is quite
different, I think. I just got the beta myself and haven't had a chance
to even play with it yet.
On Saturday, October 04, 1997 11:13 PM, mark26
[SMTP:mark26 -at- multipro -dot- com] wrote:
> Hello, I have fp97 and the manual is one of those famous MS
> thinline worthless things. There are a bunch of books on fp97.
> I don't know if I will have to upgrade to 98 or not.
> Can someone rec a decent book? I saw the ABC guide, however it
> looked a bit simplistic.
Hope that helps.
Jane Bergen, Technical Writer,
AnswerSoft, Inc. Richardson, TX
janeb -at- answersoft -dot- com