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>From: Keith Arnett[SMTP:Keith_Arnett -at- RESTON -dot- OMD -dot- STERLING -dot- COM]
>Sent: Thursday, February 05, 1998 1:04 PM
>To: TECHWR-L -at- LISTSERV -dot- OKSTATE -dot- EDU
>Subject: Re: Access to Frame Docs
> You want Adobe's FrameViewer...$29 for win/mac, $50 for UNIX. Visit:
> --Send the bill to the company that provided the FrameMaker docs ;-)
> Keith Arnett
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>Subject: Access to Frame Docs
>Author: Sandra De Quesada <Sandra -dot- T -dot- Dequesada -at- HEALTHPARTNERS -dot- COM> at
>Date: 2/5/98 12:33 PM
>A co-worker has a couple of disks with documents made with FrameMaker
>5. They came as part of a package for a code genrator program, and
>are the documentation for the package. We don't use FrameMaker. Is
>there a free or cheap reader available for reading FrameMaker
>documents on disk? Does anyone have any tricks for importing it into