You're using the correct approach, using two files in a book (separate
chapters aren't required -- just two files, which can be set up as a
single chapter). However, your problem seems to be resolving the
cross-refs, not starting over with a new approach.
Are both files in a book? Why can't you just resolve the cross-refs,
save, and go on?
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On Thu, Apr 9, 2009 at 10:19 AM, Eva Whitley <Eva.Whitley at noaa.gov> wrote:
> We are using Framemaker 8 (unstructured) to revise a manual and I want
> to do something I know how to do in Word but can't figure out how to do
> in Frame.
> The chapter I'm working on has about 100 pages of standard 8 1/2 x 11
> text and graphics followed by 27 different ledger-sized (11x17)
> diagrams. Right now we have the graphics shrunk down and rotated
> sideways, but our SMEs are complaining they are too small to read.
> What's the best way people have found to integrate large diagrams in to
> a manual? I tried doing it as a separate chapter in the book, but even
> though I open both chapters, the cross-references are showing as
> unresolved. In Word I'd put in a section break, change the page size,
> and tweak the headers and footers but (since I have had very little
> training in Frame) I have no clue how to do this in Frame.
> Help me Framemaker mavens, you're my only hope.
> Eva Whitley, ETOSS Contract
> SSMC-2, 16129
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