Alan Salo wrote:
> My team converts our material to Word frequently for our Product Support 
> group to use.
> Our trick is to create a pdf of the Frame document (as we normally do; our 
> preferred delivery). We then use Acrobat's File... > Save As Other... > 
> Microsoft Word... to create a .docx Word doc. Even the tables stay tidy.
> We're on Windows 7 64-bit Enterprise, FrameMaker 11 and Acrobat Pro XI.

This approach did not work for me unfortunately when I was converting a 
FrameMaker documents to Word for one of our guys. (Same platform, versions, 
etc.) The Acrobat output in Word form was barely usable ... I spent quite a bit 
of time with manual edits.

I also tried to use PDF Converter (to bring the PDF into Word) and it actually 
worked better for the text, but missed some critical items (I forget what the 
problem was), so I ended up not using it.

For another project, I ended up using MIF2Go that I had purchased in the 
interim, and it was _much_ better ... _far_ less manual fixing afterwards.



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