This would be a perfect use for AutoIt. It's a free Windows scripting 
tool. You could write a very short script that would stay in a loop and 
click OK for you. Below is a sample AutoIt script.

Dim $max
Dim $x = 1

$max = InputBox("","How many iterations?","5")
While $x <= $max
    WinActivate("Adobe FrameMaker")
    WinWaitActive("Adobe FrameMaker")
    Send("!tr")
    Sleep(100)
    Send("!n")
    Send("!s")
    Sleep(200)
    Send("{TAB 4}")
    $x = $x + 1
WEnd

-- 
Regards,
Shmuel Wolfson
Technical Writer
052-763-7133




jody giunta wrote:
>
>
> Hello,
>  
> I have several hundred FrameMaker 7.0 files that need to be saved as 
> FrameMaker 9.0. 
>  
> I've tried opening the book file and all of the files within the book file in 
> FrameMaker 9 and using the global command: esc, f, Shift+s, but FrameMaker 
> prompts me to click OK to close each of the 300+ files.
>  
> Does anyone know of a way to automatically upgrade all of my FM 7.0 files to 
> FM 9.0 without having to confirm that I want to save each individual file as 
> an FM 9.0 file?
>
> Any help is greatly apppreciated!
>  
> Thank you!
> Jody 
>
>
>       
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