Have have you saved the problem files out as MIF and re-opened them?
And/or tried applying formats from one of the files w/o problems to
one of the files that generates the message?
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On Wed, Jul 22, 2009 at 10:31 AM, Wendy McGovern<wmcgovern at pbi.org> wrote:
> Dear Framers
> We are stumped. One of the people in our department has just started
> getting a message when trying to open certain files that the file uses
> unavailable languages and do we want Frame to update the file to open
> it. We have never gotten a message like this before. I understand the
> concept of the language setting in the paragraph designer, where you can
> set it to some language other than US English (which is what we use) to
> prevent spell checking. My first thought was that some paragraph tag in
> the file had inadvertently had the language setting changed. The only
> problem is, the file opens fine on MY computer with no problem and no
> language message. So, the problem is with my coworker's computer (she
> can open some other book files just fine-some will open with no problems
> and others will open with the language message). She tried quitting out
> of Frame and restarting the computer. Still got the language message on
> certain files.
> We use Windows XP, FrameMaker 7.0.
> Any ideas on why her computer is glitching and mine isn't when opening
> the same files? And why her computer problems aren't manifested on ALL
> our Frame files?
> Wendy McGovern
> Publications Editor
> Pennsylvania Bar Institute
> 5080 Ritter Road
> Mechanicsburg, PA 17055-6903
> 1-800-932-4637, ext. 2257
> wmcgovern at pbi.org
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