I believe if you have two instances, that copy-and-paste goes through
the Windows clipboard, which would probably scrub anything it didn't
s there a Paste As option that lets you pick a format to paste?

Why not just use one instance, two windows, and keep it within Frame?


On 8/9/06, Steven Mays <steven.mays at jcmb.com> wrote:
> Hello Framers
> FM 6.0; Windows 2000
> It seems that I was once able to copy from one instance of FM and paste into
> another instance, and if in the original instance I had anchored frames and
> images, then  these got to be successfully pasted in the second instance.
> Now, when I try it, I only get text; I don't get the anchored frames and
> images that I copied. The two documents have the same template.
> Am I mistaken about this?
> Steven
> Steven Mays
> Technical Writer
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