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Subject:Re: FrontPage 98 book From:Geri Lou Ciotoli <GCIOTOLI -at- ECS-INC -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 24 Mar 1999 08:58:36 -0500
I just bough "Teach Yourself Frontpage98 in a Week" by Sams.Net
(author:David Karlins). I'm not a beginner, but I needed instruction on
learning how to enhance the site I've created. This book seems to cover it
all... in easy one-day lessons. I am enjoying it.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Michael Kemp [SMTP:MICKEM -at- HBSI -dot- COM]
> Sent: Tuesday, March 23, 1999 5:13 PM
> Subject: FrontPage 98 book
> Howdy All
> I have read the archives on the merits of various web authoring tools, and
> have realised FrontPage is perhaps a mixed blessing. However, it is the
> only tool available in-house.
> Does anybody have a suggestion for a quality Front Page 98 book? I am at
> the novice learning level, but am not shy about starting over my head and
> catching up. I have looked at Amazon and their reader responses, and all
> the titles are equally loved and loathed.
> I am to redesign our Corporate Intranet site and be its "Webmaster" for
> next year.
> Thank you once again for your assistance and support.
> michel kemp