Thanks, Art. I tried this. I converted the fm files to mif, converted the mif files to fm, and then cleaned up all the x-refs and saved the files. Unfortunately, when I opened the book again, the x-refs were ng.
----- Original Message ----- From: Art Campbell <art.campb...@gmail.com> Date: Wednesday, February 14, 2007 4:24 pm Subject: Re: Trouble with cross-references To: "pearlrosenberg at nc.rr.com" <pearlrosenberg at nc.rr.com> Cc: framers at frameusers.com > Have you tried "washing" the chapters by saving as .mif files, > reopening them, and saving as .fm? > > Art > > On 2/14/07, pearlrosenberg at nc.rr.com <pearlrosenberg at nc.rr.com> wrote: > > Hi Framers, > > > > FrameMaker 7.p576 > > Windows XP Professional > > > > I have a book with 17 chapters. Every time I open the chapters > in it, > > for six of the chapters I get a message that there are unresolved > > cross-references. There are six other chapters with cross- references > > that do not generate this message. > > > > Each time, I search for the unresolved cross-references (every > cross- > > reference in each of these chapters), double-click on each, > replace it > > with the one in the cross-reference dialog box, and save the file. > > Then I save all the files in the book and save and close the > book. The > > next time I open the book, the same cross-references are unresolved > > again. > > > > I created this book from an earlier version by copying the files > from> the old directory to a new one. Then I opened FrameMaker, > created a > > new book, and added the files to the new book. > > > > Any suggestions on how I can fix this? BTW, when the cross- > references> are unresolved, they correctly identify the heads, > chapters, page > > numbers, and so forth. > > _______________________________________________ > > -- > Art Campbell > art.campbell at gmail.com "... In my opinion, there's nothing in > this world beats a '52 Vincent > and a redheaded girl." -- Richard Thompson > No disclaimers apply. > DoD 358 >