Word documents into FrameMaker

Subject: Word documents into FrameMaker
From: "Kimberly McClintock" <kimberlymcc -at- yahoo -dot- com>
To: <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com>
Date: Fri, 28 Apr 2006 08:51:38 -0600

Good Morning!

First, thanks so much to everyone who participates in this list, I've been
lurking for months and learn something at least three times every day.

Second, I'm refreshing my Frame skills (Classroom in a Book & the trial
version of 7.2) and I have a question: better to import documents originally
generated in Word directly from Word, or copy them into Notepad to clear all
formatting and then into Frame? I'd like to know both best practice &
practical advice for a very short doc, which is what I'm practicing with (40
pages) and longer, very long docs. Thanks!

I'll take my answer off the air if you'd like as I'm certain this has been
discussed, I just can't find it in the archives.

Kimberly McClintock



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