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Imagine you’d like to learn Adobe FrameMaker but not in a cover-to-cover “wholesale” fashion. Perhaps you’d like to go “retail” and learn one small task at a time.
Perhaps you’d like to learn just how to author tables, or create footnote elements, or how to edit text.
Then OnTrackCBT.com might be what you’re looking for.
This company has many wholesale all-inclusive online classes as well but they also happen to offer the only retail small classes that I know of. It certainly is an interesting approach to online learning.
If more people are turning these days to individual “single-sourced topics” to learn applications, they may also turn to “individual tasks” to learn a complicated application like Adobe FrameMaker, correct?
Check it out today.