Hi Ann,

Here are some ideas, depending on the nature of the FrameMaker documents.

* Save FM to RTF or Word and import the text into InDesign.

* For structured FrameMaker, export to XML and import XML into InDesign.

* Build a script to export FrameMaker paragraphs, tables, etc, wrapping them 
in Adobe InDesign Tagged Text. Then open the tagged text file in InDesign to 
get fully-formatted text. This would work well for simple, consistently 
formatted FrameMaker documents.

Rick Quatro
Carmen Publishing

> Hi All,
> I have been contacted by a customer to find out what is needed to convert
> FrameMaker to InDesgin. They say they will be using InDesign CS2.
> Has anyone done this and if so what are the steps.
> Any help would be great.
> Thanks
> Z
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