[techwr-l] It's time for FUN 1999-2000

Subject: [techwr-l] It's time for FUN 1999-2000
From: "Carl L. Young" <carl -at- digipubcorp -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L, a list for all technical communication issues" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Mon, 30 Aug 1999 12:20:51 -0700

Summer vacation is over, but we can still have FUN this year. The Arizona
FrameMaker User Network (FUN), an STC Special Interest Group, will meet 4-6
p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 21, at Bowne of Phoenix, 1500 North Central Avenue,
Phoenix, AZ 85004. Bowne is at Central Ave. and McDowell. Park in the rear
of the building in the secured area. Check out www.mapquest.com if you need
specific directions and a map. Security in the lobby will tell you where the
meeting room is.

The Agenda
Demo of Enhance 2.0, an outliner and template tool from www.sandybrook.com
Planning for meetings for 1999-2000
If you would like to present to the group during the year, or have an idea
you would like to see presented, come to the meeting and speak up.

If you plan to attend, please RSVP so security will have your name on the
list. RSVP to carl -at- digipubcorp -dot- com -dot-

An update on the Acrobat SIG will be forthcoming.

Carl Young Adobe Certified Training
DigiPub Solutions Corp. Provider
602.788.6512 FrameMaker and Acrobat
Adobe Premium VAR
www.digipubcorp.com Chrystal Software Aspen
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