RE: Acrobat training?

Subject: RE: Acrobat training?
From: MAGGIE SECARA <SECARAM -at- mainsaver -dot- com>
To: MAGGIE SECARA <SECARAM -at- mainsaver -dot- com>, TECHWR-L <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>, "'Suzette Seveny'" <sseveny -at- petvalu -dot- com>
Date: Wed, 8 Dec 1999 12:13:18 -0800


Everyone keeps telling me "Classroom in a Book". I guess I'll have to take
that as a recommendation, although I'd still like someone to point things
out and answer questions on the spot.
Of course, I always have all of you :)

Thanks everyone for such speedy service!

Maggie



> ----------
> From: Suzette Seveny[SMTP:sseveny -at- petvalu -dot- com]
> Sent: Wednesday, December 08, 1999 12:15 PM
> To: 'MAGGIE SECARA'; TECHWR-L
> Subject: RE: Acrobat training?
>
> I recommend Adobe's Classroom in a Book for Acrobat. After completing
> their
> book for FrameMaker, I got the one for Acrobat. It's really nifty - comes
> with
> exercises on a CD, and really walks you through using each of the features
> of
> Acrobat.
>
> I actually took a course on Acrobat as well, but didn't really get much
> out of
> it. I found the book to be as good as the course.
>
>




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