But the point remains that the best way to prepare 
depends greatly on what your goals and objectives
are. Just as one example, if you are not planning
to adopt topic-oriented authoring and topic-level
reuse, then spending time learning about DITA
would be a digression rather than progress toward
whatever your real objective is. 

There are many different things that can be accomplished
by the implementation and use of structure, and it
is not necessary to know a lot about the techniques
and workflows that don't relate to your specific business

My opinions only; I don't speak for Intel.
Fred Ridder (fred dot ridder at intel dot com)
Parsippany, NJ

-----Original Message-----
From: framers-bounces+fred.ridder=intel....@lists.frameusers.com
[mailto:framers-bounces+fred.ridder=intel.com at lists.frameusers.com] On
Behalf Of Milan Davidovic
Sent: Friday, March 16, 2007 9:09 AM
To: Frame Users
Subject: Re: anticipating a move to Structrued Frame

--- Marcus Carr <mcarr at allette.com.au> wrote:
> Why do you want to go to structured data?

Good question (and good thoughts on the question), but
that's a different topic. For the purposes of this
topic, let's imagine that the reasons are sound.

And in case I forget to mention it later, thanks for
all your answers.


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