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FrameMaker handles both the large document and cross-references to other
files VERY well. Personally, I avoid using the "master document" feature in
Word at all costs.
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Sybille Sterk
> Sent: Wednesday, October 25, 2000 6:18 AM
> Dear All,
> I am currently working with Word :-( and have a big problem with
> references. In order to create references that refer to other parts in the
> manual, I need to put all chapters into one very large document. Now Word
> doesn't cope very well with large documents, and the Master Document only
> works occasionally, so I wondered if FrameMaker was any better as far as
> references in different files are concerned.
> Can you create page references to pages in a different file in FrameMaker?
> Maybe now is the time to suggest a different tool... I've just lost a
> days work, because Word completely bu****d up my file!!!
> Thanks in advance,
> Sybille Sterk
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