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> Bear wrote:
> >> My department is considering switching from Word to Frame.
> >> I'm comfortable with using VBA to customize our Word
> >> application. Is there a similar capability in Frame?
> >> I.E. is there a macro or scripting language for Frame?
> As has been noted, only in UNIX.
> The lack of a macro or scripting language is only one of several very
> features that Frame for Windows is missing, relative to Word.
Although Frame for Windows does not have macros, you can get a plugin called
Frame Script which will allow you to create custom features. This is as
close to a macro utility as Frame has, unless you want to get the FDK.
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