And I'm a perfect example of this. As I wrote, when I started using 
Frame, I was told in no uncertain terms to stay the heck away from the 
toolbar. Fearing the wrath of the production guru, I complied. ;)

In conclusion, if you are a manager, don't fix the interface, simply 
intimidate your workers into compliance. <G>

Ron



Bill Swallow wrote:
>>If you're in charge of template compliance, and especially if you're a
>>tech pubs manager, you might want to learn how to customize the FM
>>interface -- it's much easier to avoid overrides and ad hoc formatting
>>if the tools for creating them simply aren't there. :-)
> 
> 
> Being a manager and until recently a template owner, I completely
> disagree. UI tweaks passively hinder misuse. Proper training and
> education for writers actively prevents misuse, and even initiates
> their own investigation into other ways to prevent needless headaches
> in a documentation effort.
> 
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