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I'm updating an old FrameMaker document. I'm
unable to update the book because one file has
different color definitions than the other files
in the book.
As far as I can tell, none of the color definitions
in the file are used. So, I tried to delete the
definitions. Unfortunately, Frame isn't deleting
the definitions as expected.
(I realize that I can get around the book updating
problem by importing the color definitions into
all of the other files in the book, but I don't
want to do this if the color definitions aren't
Has anyone else experienced this? What might be
causing Frame to retain the color definitions?
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