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Subject: Adobe Framemaker Training
I did search the archives before posting this msg, no hits.
I am trying to decide whether attending a training class is worthwhile or
not. Cheapest I have been able to find so far is $900 and I would have to
drive 6 hours to attend. However, I can buy the software for $379 and a
training CD for $99. This seems the way to go to me.
Anyone have tips, suggestions, etc.?
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