You can get some of the content by exporting ID into Word/RTF and opening
those in FM.... but there's still going to be lots of hand work.
Probably better will be to output the finished docs from ID to high quality
PDF and save those to RTF.... then bring those into FM. That should include
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On Fri, Nov 8, 2013 at 1:40 PM, <jon.har...@teradyne.com> wrote:
> Hi All,
> My team is about to get a pile of InDesign files from another company. To
> edit the files, we need to either purchase InDesign ourselves or convert
> the files to FrameMaker 9. I don't know (yet) what version of InDesign they
> are using.
> Question: How easy and clean is the conversion of InDesign files to FM 9.0?
> Jon Harvey
> Lead Technical Writer
> Analysis, Integration & Design, Inc.
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