In Acrobat, Save As .RTF. Depending on your version, you may or may
not have to export the graphics manually.

Open in FM.

Your mileage will vary greatly depending on what you expect as far as
formatting,
cross-refs and so on. But the gist of the info will be there.

Art

On 3/20/06, pxenson at comcast.net <pxenson at comcast.net> wrote:
> Hi -
>
> FrameMaker 7, Windows 2000 Professional.
>
> Does anyone know of a way to "convert" a PDF to FrameMaker? I'm not talking 
> about placing the PDF as a graphic image but actually converting it to live 
> text and graphics. The only thing I can think of is cut-and-paste text and 
> save out the graphics.
>
> Thanks in advance.
>
> Pat


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