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Subject:Re: Importing Visio to Frame From:George Mena <George -dot- Mena -at- ESSTECH -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 1 Sep 1998 09:40:44 -0700
So will importing the Visio graphic in *.wmf format.
Not that I think much of Visio, but this was something I had to do on
the spur of the moment so I used Visio and importing the drawing into my
Frame doc as a *.wmf file happened to work. Blah. :D
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> From: Kim Wallace [SMTP:kwallac -at- ECT -dot- ENRON -dot- COM]
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> Subject: Importing Visio to Frame
> Rather than convert the Visio doc to a different format, try importing
> as an object. This has been pretty successful for me. I am using Frame
> 5.5.2 and Visio 5.