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What are the top ten features Word users hate about FM? [ENTERTAINMENT]


I've got about an hour to train some engineers and software developers how
to use FM as a writing tool when supplied with an existing template.  This
means that there will be no coverage of creating para formats, page layouts,
etc. as these are all given.

Since all of these people have used Word, what are the top 15 differences
that befuddle and astonish the first-time user of FrameMaker?  Your
suggestions gratefully accepted ... I'll start the ball rolling:

1	Where is the cursor?  (What is selected when nothing is selected?)

2	How do you get outline/normal view?

3	How come you need two para styles for numbered steps?

4	Explain again the difference between the Apply and the Update

5	How do you edit the headers and footers?

6	How do you split/add a single cell to a row/column in a table?  (Or
almost anything to do with tables.)

7	Conditional wha'?

8	I can't find styles mentioned in the Index.  And what are tags?

9	How do you paint para/char styles?

Surely the combined power of FM geniuses from around the world can come up
with another six.  And how about ordering them from the most confronting to
the least threatening?  [This is serious ... I need to get a few confusions
cleared up in about five minutes.]

[FrameMaker 5.5.6, Acrobat 3.02, Windows 98, HP OmniBook 2100]

Hedley Finger   Technical Writer

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