FM saves directly as .rtf, Word's transportable format. So that's the easiest way to go.
Note that several companies offer FM-to-RTF filtering packages that out perform the native FM filters. I use omsys.com's MIF2Go package for this and for generating help files. Note also that you may run into problems with some upper order character glyphs becasue Word supports Unicode but FM does not. Art On 1/3/07, Andersen, Verner Engell VEA <verner.andersen at radiometer.dk> wrote: > Hi > > We are migrating from MS Word to Framemaker. Many of our 22 translators will > use FrameMaker or Trados S-tagger. Some, however, will only us MS Word as > they cannot or will not learn a new tool. > > How do we give them a Word file? > > Should we convert from the English Framemaker master files to Word? > > Should we buy Adobe Acrobat 8 and convert the pdf file generated from > Framemaker to Word? > > or do you have another solution. > > > Verner Andersen > Technical Writer > > Radiometer Medical ApS > ?kandevej 21 ? 2700 Br?nsh?j ? Denmark > Tel. +45 38 27 36 12 > Mobile. + 45 60 62 27 90 > E-mail: verner.andersen at radiometer.dk > Web: www.radiometer.com > <file:///C:/Documents%20and%20Settings/vea/Application%20Data/Microsoft/Signatures/www.radiometer.com> > -- 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