Jack,

You wrote:

>I have inherited a few hundred graphics files.  Less than 25% of these
>are actually needed in my FM files; the rest are junk that can be
>archived and pretty much forgotten.  I know how to get a LOF, and I know
>how to see the properties for each file reference.  But what I want to
>do is get a list of graphics files on disk, so that I can separate the
>wheat from the chaff, so to speak.  Is there a FM function, a utility,
>or a script I could use to do this?  Am I missing something obvious?

You can use the Archive utility, which copies the entire book, including 
all referenced files in use, to a new location.
In other words, it only copies the graphics that are actually in use (text 
insets too, if you have them).
http://home.comcast.net/~bruce.foster/Archive.htm


Shlomo Perets

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