Unless there's a gotcha that you didn't mention, the easiest route would be
to SaveAs in Acrobat (or any of several third-party programs) to create an
RTF file. Then open the RTF files in Frame, wash out any hidden characters
by saving as MIF and reopening those files, and then apply the FM look-alike
template and go on...

Although you may be able to open the original Word Perfect files in Frame,
that import filter isn't as robust, in my opinion.

Art

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On Mon, Jan 26, 2009 at 4:29 PM, Christopher Seal <cseal at sympatico.ca>wrote:

> A project requires that FM is used to publish a collection of reports that
> were created in WordPerfect. The reports in the collection must look like
> the original reports - this is a condition.
>
> I can either copy text from the WordPerfect file and paste into the FM
> document (then format), or I can import sequential pages from the PDF
> version of each report.
>
> The report collection will be published as PDF.
>
> As there are hundreds of PDF pages to be imported (if I go that route), I
> was wondering if there is an automated method of doing this. Any
> suggestions
> would be welcome.
>
> I am using FM7.2/WP11
>
>
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