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Thanks to Stever Gotler, Guy Cornett, Ellen Sinett, and Leah Geanopulos
for their advice on saving a Frame file to RTF.
Removing the graphics before saving the file helped in most cases - I
just had to make sure not to save the *Frame* file as well. :-) For
some of the smaller files, waiting long enough, with improved RAM, also
I'm curious to see if v5.5.6 fixes this problem. If not, I may invest in