Hi. I am looking for information regarding the Named Destinations that 
FrameMaker (I use Frame v10) generates when creating a PDF. Specifically, 
I'd like to verify/know what the following prefixes mean. I have tried to 
ascertain what the designations mean by clicking on them in the PDF, but 
some aren't as obvious as others.

F (as is F#): This appears to mean the First page of a Frame file, 
confirmed by my clicking on the destination link, and per a reference on 
the Adobe User-to-User forum.

G (as in G#.#######): This one perplexes me. It seems to be random 
paragraphs. I did find someone on the Adobe User-to-User forums who wrote 
that G destinations meant paragraph objects.

I (I#.#.#######): Are these for Index markers?

L (L#): This appears to mean the Last page of a Frame file.

M (M#.#.#####.[figures, tables, headings, etc. tag names followed by the 
title): Various Markers in the file (also identified as such by an Adobe 
U-to-U forum poster)?

P (P.#$##, where $ is a Letter in my generated PDF: P.3C15): I have no 
idea.

Thanks!


Eric Isaacson
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