Re: Corrupted Files

Subject: Re: Corrupted Files
From: John Posada <john -at- TDANDW -dot- COM>
Date: Fri, 19 Feb 1999 21:36:24 -0500

Lawrence...You gave me a couple of ideas that I can use. Thanks a bunch!

John Posada




Laurence Burrows wrote:

> --------------snip
> First, we name our files Chapt1, Chapt2 ...Chapt10, Chapt11, etc.
> ...
> Now, if I have a Frame crash, it will create a file for Chapt1 called
> Chapt1@ and a file for Chapt11 Chapt1 -at- -dot-
> --------------snip
>
> FrameMaker: Chapter 1, Lesson 1, paragraph 1...
>
> Filenames shall be:
> Chap01
> Chap02
> Chap03
> ...
> Chap10
> Chap11
> etc.
>
> (and Appx01, Appx02, etc.)
>
> Thataway, when you have a Frame crash, it will create a file for Chap01
> called Chap01@ and a file for Chap11 Chap11 -at- -dot- Ain't technology wunnerful?
>
> Also, as a bonus, all your chapter files will be listed in their correct
> order in Windows Explorer & FrameMaker File dialogs.
>
> Even better, make a new folder for each revision of the book, and copy
> *all* the Chap & Appx files to the next revision folder before making
> changes. You can then use FrameMaker's file compare function to see what
> changes have been made between revisions, or over all revisions.

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