Re: Frame to Word

Subject: Re: Frame to Word
From: linda_sims -at- vanguard -dot- com
To: obair81 -at- comcast -dot- net
Date: Fri, 21 Apr 2006 15:25:41 -0400

obair81 -at- comcast -dot- net wrote on 04/21/2006 03:18:24 PM:

> 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.
> Paul

As John Posada says, you want mif2go. It _does_ convert at the book level.
As I recall, Bruce Foster also makes a plugin for Frame that will save all
the .fm files in a book as .mif, but you don't need it if you're using
mif2go (and you don't want the .mif files for later).

Lin Sims
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