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How did you learn FrameMaker? Do you have books, CD-ROMs, and/or online
courses you recommend? I'm in no position financially to take a
face-to-face course, so I'm looking for lower-cost alternatives. I did get
a demo version and have played with it a little, but that's just a
Gail S. Bernstein
Contract Technical Writer
gailbernstein -at- earthlink -dot- net