You may want to see if MIF2Go will write a FM book file out as a single .RTF file. I know it'll process books, but I don't know what the output options are.
At the same time, you may want to make sure that your reviewers can handle the file in Word, because it's large file / long doc handling is still one of its big weaknesses. I think it's unlikely that Word can handle it. About the third or fourth time that Word chokes on it would be about the time that the reviewers give up, I'd guess. Also, Acrobat 8 Standard is pretty cheap.... and available for a 30-day eval.... And enabling reviews is actually the least of its review features. Handling and tracking the review comments is more important, and it excels at that. Cheers, Art On Thu, Mar 20, 2008 at 3:00 PM, Tina Ricks <kristina.ricks at verizon.net> wrote: > I'd like to export my Frame book (easily) to one giant Word file, and I > haven't figured out how to do it other than one file at a time, then put > them back together by hand in Word. > > > > I have many outside reviewers who need to review and add comments > electronically, and like it or not, Word is the lingua franca of most of the > world. My reviewers are fine that the pages look a little weird in the Frame > RTF export. > > > > I've been researching the commenting features in Acrobat 8, and I keep > coming across this statement: "Commenting tools are only available in PDFs > that have commenting enabled." OK. but it looks as if I can't enable > commenting rights from the PDFs that come out of FM8's File > Save as PDF > feature (unless I'm missing something). I don't really want to buy full > Acrobat just for this feature. > > > > Sending an enormous zip file of little Word documents isn't very efficient > for the reader on the other end. > > > > There's no RTF option in File > Save Book As. > > -- 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