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Subject:Re: Frame to Word From:obair81 -at- comcast -dot- net To:linda_sims -at- vanguard -dot- com Date:Fri, 21 Apr 2006 19:18:24 +0000
The save as rtf and such are only available at the file level, not at the book level.
Even at the book level, doing save as to mif does not turn your entire book into a mif, just the little book file. I am not sure how to get frame to save the entire book as a mif.
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From: linda_sims -at- vanguard -dot- com
> mif2go (Omni Systems: www.omsys.com) does an excellent job of converting
> Frame .mif files into Word documents. It even converts the .fm to .mif for
> you, and it's very configurable.
> As I recall, Frame has a built-in conversion to RTF, which should work all
> right. I haven't had occassion to use that.
> Lin Sims
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> techwr-l-bounces+linda_sims=vanguard -dot- com -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com wrote on
> 04/21/2006 03:07:57 PM:
> > Is there a tool that can take a Frame file and convert it to Word so
> > it looks somewhat like the Frame file?
> > Going from Frame to html to Word turns out an ugly Word file, at best.
> > This is needed by our company to avoid the significant expense of
> > having a translation company spend many hours formatting our ugly
> > Word docs that come straight out of Frame.
> > Thanks.
> > Paul
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