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Subject:Re: Frame imported graphics From:Ginna Watts <gwatts -at- PIM -dot- BC -dot- CA> Date:Thu, 15 May 1997 15:56:54 -0700
At 03:44 PM 5/15/97 -0700, Ernie Tamminga wrote:
>Lets you keep all your graphics in one directory and "reference" them
>from as many different Frame docs as you want to.
>If you have just one document and a few graphics, importing into the
>document is probably the simplest way to go.
More importantly to my mind - you can change the graphics constantly. Our
software GUI changed so much during the last round that I would have driven
myself crazy re-importing the graphics. As it was, all I had to do was copy
over the old with the new, and Frame handled the rest.
Also, if you have a lot of graphics, importing them by reference keeps your
file size down. (This wasn't such a big issue for me, but it might be for
Ginna Watts - Technical Writer
Pacific International Mapping Corp.
gwatts -at- pim -dot- bc -dot- ca