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Take the Plunge!

Dear FrameMaker Colleagues,

Avid readers of InFrame have already requested two topics upon which no one had yet offered to write. They are:

1>  Justifying FrameMaker (vs. Other SW Packages)
2>  FrameMaker Vs. Microsoft Word

These two topics come up on the Framers lists quite often. I have some excerpts and materials from various list members from over the years, but we are seeking people willing to share their work on these topics, or authors willing to tackle this topic in 1999.

I also wish to comment upon the types of pieces we seek in more general terms. We seek material that will all users of FrameMaker, whether they be "newbies" or novices, whether they be mid-level users, or whether they be "veterans" or super users of FrameMaker. We want everyone who even has to dabble with FrameMaker to feel comfortable and included in InFrame.

We also welcome replies to already posted articles. You may have a different or new technique that helps you get the job done in a different manner. Or you may prefer a different approach. We want this type of discussion to thrive in InFrame, just as it often does on the Framers lists.

So, Take the Plunge! We need you to continue bringing Issues of InFrame.

Paul K. Schulte
InFrame Production Manager
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As to how to post contributions or submissions to InFrame, it's simple. Please forward your submission directly to me at:


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(You'll note this is different from the address I use to post to Framers.)

Even it you're not sure if the topic would interest your fellow Framers, please consider writing it up. If you'd prefer, you can email me your proposal and we can discuss whether it fits.

A brief note about submission requirements: We prefer FrameMaker 5.5.6 and below and all graphics as either tif or bmp. We will handle the conversions necessary for our site. If necessary for the article's look and feel, we can handle Acrobat 4 and below.

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