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Subject:Programs new tech writers should know From:Rebecca Chamberlain <RRC -at- BENLIFE -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 16 Oct 1997 14:57:19 -0600
If you really want to learn Framemaker, you could buy their demo disk for
$10. I haven't done it yet (but plan to) so I don't know exactly what you
get, but I understand it's fairly complete, with only a few features
missing, like being able to print. You can get ordering info. from their web
site, but I don't have the address handy. Hope this helps.