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> We have just decided to move to Framemaker, and are now moving existing
> Word files to the new system. But all the graphics were resized within
> Word, so they are showing up their actual (too large) size once imported
> into Framemaker. So here's the question - does Frame have some sort of
> macro / scripting capability? I can't find anything about it in their
Check out the online manual (on the Help main menu) called MML
Reference. The Maker Markup Language isn't exactly a macro language, but
you can use it to create document templates (gross oversimplification;
check out the manual for more information).
Stephen P. Victor Phone: (713) 513-2552
Technical Writer, Software Training Fax: (713) 513-2019
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