Re: FrameMaker and Multiple Languages

Subject: Re: FrameMaker and Multiple Languages
From: Shlomo Perets <shlomo2 -at- microtype -dot- com>
To: CBrown -at- rwd -dot- com
Date: Sat, 07 Apr 2007 09:46:27 +0300


You wrote:

>My company is in the process of creating multiple language manuals and
>help files using FrameMaker. As we go through the version upgrade
>progress, we are looking for a way to track changes other than the
>"Track Changes" option that comes standard with FrameMaker. Track
>changes is certainly effective but it tracks the slightest of changes
>such as adding spaces, deleting spaces, etc. We are hoping there might
>be a way to only track changes we make to the text.
>If anyone knows any tips and tricks in regard to doing this, that would
>be great. Thanks.

Did you experiment with the built-in document comparison feature (File >
Utilities > Compare Documents), which produces summaries such as

[ For a detailed description of this feature, see "What's New in Your
FrameMaker Document?" by Lisa Jahred, ]

Shlomo Perets

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