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I am working in a Windows NT and UNIX envrionment and I are using both
the NT and UNIX version of Framemaker 5.5.6.
Recently, I have started doing some documentation which make extensive
use of cross-references. Unfortunately, that's giving me some headache
now when the documents get read by the NT users. The cross-references
no longer works.
Can anyone give me any advice on how to solve this so that both the UNIX
and NT users are able to share the same cross-references?
Lim Wei Siong Vincent
Software Resource Engineer
Singapore Software Center - Global Software Division
Motorola Electronics Pte Ltd
Tel : 65 - 486 7657 Fax : 65 - 481 6997
Email : wslim -at- crtc -dot- corp -dot- mot -dot- com
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