So Tina,

To get this right. You have opened the rtf file in a text editor,  
found the relevant footnote in the text and seen that it is  
positioned correctly. But when it is imported into FM8 it is moved to  
a more or less random location to within 5 places of the original  
location?

If that is the case, this is a pretty serious problem. Much of the  
work I do involves importing rtf files, mainly from Word.

Alan

On 18/09/2007, at 6:52 AM, Tina Ricks wrote:

> Hi all,
>
> I found one more Frame 8 problem today, and was wondering if anyone  
> has seen
> it or has a workaround. I'm importing RTF text, originally written  
> in Word.
> There are a lot of footnotes and index references.
>
> In the RTF version, I might see this:
>
> And the author says, "Blah blah blah blah."3 (where the 3 is a  
> superscript
> footnote reference).
>
> After I import it to Frame, I get:
>
> And the author says, "Blah blah blah b3lah." (where the 3 is a  
> superscript
> footnote reference, randomly inserted in the middle of a word, usually
> within 5 places or so of where it had been before).
>
> This happens with index tags too, which after RTF import are now  
> randomly in
> the middle of words instead of neatly at the beginning or end. I  
> can see
> them in RTF in the right place, but they don't come across to Frame  
> that
> way.
>
> Has anyone seen this or know of a workaround?

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Alan Litchfield GradDipBus, MBus(Hons), CTT, MNZCS
AlphaByte
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