Attn European Framers: FM-to-PDF Techniques Course, March 15-18

Subject: Attn European Framers: FM-to-PDF Techniques Course, March 15-18
From: Shlomo Perets <mtype -at- NETVISION -dot- NET -dot- IL>
Date: Thu, 18 Feb 1999 08:55:07 +0200

There are a few seats left for the 4-day FrameMaker-to-PDF hands-on
course to be held in Israel, March 15-18, 1999.

Register now to reserve a place (

Location: Howard Johnson Optima Tower Hotel, Ramat-Gan
(Ramat-Gan borders on Tel-Aviv)

Course price: US$1250

Accommodation and meals: special corporate prices are available for
participants at the Howard Johnson hotel (approx. US$120/day);
breakfast and lunch are included in the course price.

Course Description
The FrameMaker-to-PDF Advanced Techniques course is a must if you
are involved in any FrameMaker to Acrobat production work for
online documentation. The course will teach you how to circumvent
cumbersome, manual and recurring procedures in Acrobat Exchange,
automate your work, and will expose you to many undocumented
possibilities and tips.

For samples of PDFs created using the techniques taught in the course,
see the showcase section of my web page, where you can also find
the course curriculum and registration forms.

Course Materials
Course materials include a comprehensive 400-page course
workbook with step-by-step procedures, reference materials,
techniques description and exercises. In addition, participants
will be given ready-to-use templates for various applications,
sample files and exercise files.

Participants also receive a single license for MicroType's
TimeSavers (US$110 value) and a single license for Ari's Power Bundle
(US$99 value) which includes: Link Checker, Crop Helper, Print Helper
and Ari's Ruler.

Note: All techniques and tools are applicable to Acrobat 3 and 4.

Shlomo Perets

MicroType *
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