Yes, you can do this with FrameScript. You would need to come up with a naming scheme for the new files you would create. With FrameScript, you can scan through all the documents in a book for tables and figures. When you find one, you create a new document, copy the table/figure to the new document, save the document, then insert a hypertext marker in place of the table/figure, using the name of the file.
Frank Elmore Project leader for FrameScript ----- Original Message ----- From: "Dottie" <dot...@ncyankee.com> To: "Frame Users" <framers at lists.FrameUsers.com>; "Free Framers List" <framers at omsys.com> Sent: Thursday, March 22, 2007 9:00 PM Subject: Framescript capabalities > If this isn't the right list for this question please direct me elsewhere. > > I'm looking into Framescript and want to know if it has the capabilities I > need. I have a Frame book consisting of individual files. Nothing earth > shattering. The book is print ready and now I want to do the following: > > I want to strip out all the tables and figures and make them separate > files. I then want to insert links into the frame files to "hyperlink" to > these separate files. > > So in essence, I would have files consisting of just text, with links to > any figures and tables rather than having the figures and tables embedded > in the Frame files. > > Is this possible to do with Framescript? > > Thank you, > Dottie Marsico > > > ** To unsubscribe, send a message to majordomo at omsys.com ** > ** with "unsubscribe framers" (no quotes) in the body. **