Ridder, Fred wrote:
> Well, if they are spurious colors with names like 
> RGB Color 255, 255, 255, saving the file to MIF and then 
> re-opening it in FrameMaker (or using the "Wash via MIF"
> command that comes with the Mif2Go tool) will scrub them
> out in one operation. But if they are real color definitions, I 
> think you may be stuck with the one-at-a-time method or
> seeing if it can be scripted via FrameScript.

...or you could save the file as MIF and open it in a text editor. Then 
delete the colour definitions, which appear all together near the top of 
the mif. Save, close, reopen in FM.

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