RE: Batch converting image references in Frame

Subject: RE: Batch converting image references in Frame
From: "Lief Erickson" <lerickson -at- mqsoftware -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Wed, 19 Dec 2001 07:53:41 -0600

Chris is right. My mistake. The tool is called XtraBookUtils.

Use the tool and you needn't touch MIF at all, and you can do the whole book at once instead of file by file.


-----Original Message-----

appreciate the good word for my tools, but unfortunately this
particular claim is too ambitious. My BookLooker tool just *searches* -
it does not replace. Also, it does not search for graphics imported by
reference. However, I'm sure (for future reference, and for those who
don't like to play with MIF) that there are other shareware or freeware
tools to handle just this situation. (If not, there should be.)

However, MIF is indeed the way to go. I would use something other than
Notepad, though - a MIF file can be *realy* big.


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