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> Is there a way to compare and contrast two Framemaker files in
As Fred noted, File > Utilities > Compare Documents lets you compare
individual FM files. But you can also compare books. File > Utilities >
Compare Books is available from a book window. In both cases, be sure to
examine and select the options you want.
> In terms of pdf comparison tools, I've found several on Google but
> know which to choose. Anyone have any great experiences with a pdf
> comparison tool?
Have you tried the compare function built into Acrobat? In Acrobat 7
Professional, it's Document > Compare Documents. As with FM, you need to
consider and select the options you want.
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