Re: a Frame question

Subject: Re: a Frame question
From: Cheryl Bryant <CherylB -at- ONYX -dot- COM>
Date: Thu, 2 Apr 1998 05:35:29 -0800

Look at the middle of page 10 of the FrameMaker Character Sets document
(\...\omanuals\charset.fm).

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Michael Lewis [SMTP:lewism -at- BRANDLE -dot- COM -dot- AU]
> Sent: Thursday, April 02, 1998 3:35 AM
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> Subject: Re: a Frame question
>
> Assuming you're documenting something in the Unix environment, I
> recommend that you don't use the ligature. I think -- though I was
> wrong
> once before, a few years ago :-^) -- that the conventional spelling is
> with the a and e separated.
>
> joanne grey wrote:
> >
> > Could some kind Frame user help me? I'm working on
> > a manual that refers to daemons - lots of them.
> > The client wants the "a" there, and I know there
> > is (or was) a way in Frame to insert the "ae"
> > ligature, but I can't find it in the docs. I'm
> > using 5.5.3 on NT. Does anyone know the key
> > sequence for this character?
> >
> > Thanks, thanks, and thanks!
> >
> > _____________________________________________________
> >
> > Joanne Grey temporarily
> > at:
> > Write Angles
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> > j_grey -at- writeangles -dot- com
> >
> > "A blank page is God's way of showing you how hard
> > it is to be God."
> >
> >
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