Richard,
I think you may have uncovered a rare bug. I hadn't ever seen a multi-page
TIF before... and I bet the coders hadn't either. I'd expect Frame to treat
it as a multi-page PDF and prompt you to select which page to display.

May be worth opening a bug on it.

The only work-around I can suggest is to either cut the TIF into single
pages with something like Photoshop or create a PDF from it, so you can
select which page to display.

Art

Art Campbell
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On Tue, Jan 20, 2009 at 9:55 AM, Richard Melanson
<rmelanson at spirecorp.com>wrote:

> I posted this yesterday and was just wondering if anyone received it,
> thank you.
>
> Hello Framers,
>
> I have spent the last couples of hours trying to find an answer to this
> question. I am importing by reference TIFFs into a Framemaker 8 file.
> The TIFFs are a single file with multiple pages, but Frame is only
> importing the first page. What am I missing here, I sure hope this is
> not embarrassingly easy answer. Thank you for any help you can give me.
>
> Rick
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