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Subject:Re: Word to Frame From:Barb Ostapina <Barb -dot- Ostapina -at- METROMAIL -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 30 Oct 1997 16:36:53 -0500
BOTH! Please. (Your use of the word "cry" sends shivers through my solar
To: LOMBMML Ostapina Barb/OLS
cc: techwr-l @ listserv.okstate.edu
From: posada @ faxsav.com @ METROMAIL
Date: 10/30/97 04:20:51 PM EST
Subject: Re: Word to Frame
Barb....it's been a long day, a long week, and I go in for hand surgery
tommorrow, so excuse me if I'm somewhat obtuse, but, are you asking:
Have I as a user, converted from Word to Frame? Yes, this week.
Have I, as a user, converted documents from Word to Frame? Yes, about
120 pages of UNIX system administrative manuals that I wrote and/or
compiled, and/or pasted together this week.
So, tell me, which you want to hear me cry about?
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Barb Ostapina wrote:
> To: Anyone who has converted from Word to FrameMaker
> How was the experience? What was good? What was bad? Do you use Acrobat?
> How's that going?
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