> I'm trying to convert some FrameMaker files to InDesign via XML. Pretty good
> results so far, except that I get a carriage return at the end of each line
> when I place the XML in InDesign. Is it Frame or InDesign that's inserting
> these carriage returns and, more importantly, how can I avoid this?
Another option, if the Frame docs are not structured to begin with, is to
contact DTPtools.com and as to check out the MIF Filter plug-in.
The InDesign version is in beta right now, but I'm sure they would love to
have it tested.

David Creamer
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