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Drag the PS file onto Wordpad to open it. Examine the beginning and end of the file. If there is any information at all before the initial "%PS," you can delete it safely. If there is any information at all after the "End," you can delete that also. If the fm2 command was in either of those areas, the PS file should distill without problem. If it is somewhere else (i.e., between %PS and End), maybe someone else can help.
In particular, if you don't get a good answer here, I recommend the comp.text.pdf newsgroup, where answers tend to be prompt and accurate and, yes, people have heard of FrameMaker.
Heather Brame wrote:
I just installed Acrobat 4.05 on my computer. Now, when I click
>File | Save As or File | Print and select the Acrobat Distiller (Adobe PS
>5.1.2) the job creates a .ps file. However, when I open this .ps file in
>Distiller, I immediately receive the following message:
>%%[ ProductName: Distiller ]%%
>%%[ Error: undefined; OffendingCommand: FmPD2 ]%%