If I were you, I'd restore my backup and change the file names the correct way,
by right-clicking on the chapter file in book environment and
selecting Rename....


On 5/1/06, Nandini Garud <nandini at resonate.com> wrote:
> I have a deep dark and most embarrassing secret. I changed the names of the
> first three files in a book while converting from FrameMaker 6.0 to
> unstructured 7.2. So as not to affect legacy files, I transferred them to
> another hard drive and changed names of the files and the book. As I updated
> the files for the new release, I changed variable names for the product,
> deleted two old variable names for components that are no longer used and
> deleted about 10 pages, which contained cross-references. The
> cross-references still refer to old file names because they are behaving as
> if the old book exists. Every time I add new information, and save a file, I
> get foul messages about cross-references being broken.
> Can I salvage my effort by saving the book under the old name and the files
> under the old name? When I attempted to save the files under the old names,
> I got the message that replacing it will break cross-references.
> What if I copy the content for the first two chapters that are changed
> drastically and cut and paste it in old book files (will still have broken
> cross-references which I will have to fix)? Right now, as I open and change
> a new file, cross-references are broken? How can I avoid the repetition of
> the broken references for the rest of the files?
> Nandini
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