There probably are industrial-strength utilities to do this, but for
small sites, I've saved a copy of the pages locally, opened them in
Word, saved as .RTF, and opened in Frame. Crude, but effective.

Someone else was mentioning doing roughly the same thing with XM, so
there are several ways to do it manually.


On Nov 16, 2007 3:29 PM, Martinek, Carla <CMartinek at> wrote:
> I'm having a brain cramp... is there anything out there that helps
> import HTML files decently into Frame?
> <<I just know this is going to be one of those DOH! moments...>>
> Thanks,
> Carla
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