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Without knowing what specific issues are taking up your time, it's
hard to guess. Are you following the instructions in the Flare Import
On Tue, Feb 17, 2015 at 10:19 AM, Ron Hearn <rhearn -at- central1 -dot- com> wrote:
> The documents use the same style, though I have only imported several documents so far. It could be that the more I use Flare, the better I will get at it and the faster it will be eventually.
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> Subject: Re: Word-to-Flair Conversion Tool?
> Flare's Word import is pretty good.
> Is the problem that the Word docs are inconsistently styled so the results of the import are somewhat random?
> On Tue, Feb 17, 2015 at 9:52 AM, Ron Hearn <rhearn -at- central1 -dot- com> wrote:
>> We recently purchased Madcap Flare with the intention of moving nearly 100 Word documents into Flare. I am still learning Flare and the going is a bit slow even after importing a Word document into Flare. Is it too much to hope for that there is a tool or wizard that would speed things up?
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