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<sheepish grin>Yes, FM is binary, MIF is ASCII . . . sorry, my typing got
ahead of my thinking. An easy way to open MIF is to select the MIF in the
Open dialog, in FrameMaker, and Ctrl+Alt click the Open button. Notepad
works, too. <g>
Can you spout off on what other features and workflow issues recommend
ForeHelp over RoboHelp, in general not necessarily with specific reference
sean -at- quodata -dot- com
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Kent Newton [SMTP:KNewton -at- mke -dot- catalystwms -dot- com]
> Second, MIF is an ASCII (not binary) format of a FrameMaker document that
> can be opened by any text editor.