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You cannot save the generated TOC as a PDF by itself . . . this is a known
limitation. You have to save it as part of the entire book. So, why cannot
the first file be opened?
sean -at- quodata -dot- com
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Plotsky, Danya M. (LNG-MBC) [SMTP:Danya -dot- M -dot- Plotsky -at- bender -dot- com]
> I apologize if the answer to my question is already in the archives. (I
> unable to access the Techwrl site before posting this.) Some background:
> I am running FrameMaker 5.5 on Windows NT. I've created a book file
> (approximately 300 pages total) containing the following files:
> Title page
> TOC (generated)
> 15 (individual)chapters
> 2 (individual) appendixes
> Index (generated)
> Our printer requires documents in pdf format. I initally tried to save the
> entire book in pdf format, but received a message that the first file
> the title page) couldn't be opened. Thus, I decided to generated the book
> and then save each file individually in pdf format and combine them later
> via Acrobat. Great. Except for the TOC. When I try to save it in pdf
> I receive a message re: "Internal Error 5564, 5991365, 7502299, 0" and
> FrameMaker quits. I do not have this same problem with the Index.