Dear Deidre,

The Classroom in a Book is a good one, I have learnt the basics of FM from that 
one. Now it is in use of my brother, he is studying FM from it, I can recommend 

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-----Original Message-----
From: framers-bounces at 
[] On Behalf Of Deirdre Reagan
Sent: Wednesday, May 07, 2008 5:34 PM
To: Frame Users
Subject: Framemaker Books

Hi all:

I know this topic was just covered, and I've searched for it in the archives, 
but I'd like also to get your opinions.

I've been told that Framemaker:  Classroom in a Book is an excellent resource 
for learning FM.  But on Amazon, the reviews are very poor.

Framemaker 7:  The Complete Reference by O'Keefe has good reviews, but it 
doesn't seem to be available anymore.

Framemaker 6: Beyond the Basics by Jahred has outstanding reviews but it also 
is no longer available.

Any suggestions?


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