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Subject:Re: Mastering FrameMaker 5 Update From:CMThompke -at- aol -dot- com To:thomasn -at- twelfthnight -dot- com, techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com Date:Wed, 29 Dec 1999 09:36:56 EST
Yes, I would like to get the longer message. Please send it to me. Thank you
for posting this message to the list. I would also like to thank you for the
update to Mastering FrameMaker 5. And, ask that you to do the book again for
FrameMaker 6. :-)
I wondered what I was going to do about getting my hands on a copy of
Mastering FrameMaker 5 after giving my copy away to someone else on this list
because her coworker needed it. Now I can buy the updated version.
Have the best New Year ever!
In a message dated 12/29/1999 1:04:10 AM Eastern Standard Time,
thomasn -at- twelfthnight -dot- com writes:
Subj: Mastering FrameMaker 5 Update
Date: 12/29/1999 1:04:10 AM Eastern Standard Time
From: thomasn -at- twelfthnight -dot- com (Thomas Neuburger)
Sender: bounce-techwr-l-9763 -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com
Reply-to: thomasn -at- twelfthnight -dot- com (Thomas Neuburger)
To: techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com (TECHWR-L)
(NOTE: This went out earlier in the week to
Framers. If you saw it there, please ignore
it here. Thanks.)
Seasons best to you all.
I've just sent out an update message to the
people interested in reprints of Mastering
Framemaker 5 and noticed a number of
So I thought I'd post a notice here for
people who are interested and may have
moved on to other jobs and addresses.
(It's nice to see so much work for
tech writers, isn't it. :)
The bottom line is that copies of the
Mastering Framemaker book could be available
near the end of January.
If you'd like to get the longer message
or be added to the update list, let me
know; I'm at thomasn -at- twelfthnight -dot- com -dot-