Thanks to Shmuel (search and replace in MIF) and Rick (FrameScript) for
their suggestions. As I suspected, though, this won't be a trivial
change. We have a release coming up next month, so I think I had better
postpone this move until next time around.

Art, my apologies for not being clearer. I want to move the text inset
source files, not my manuals. I've looked at the Archive Plug-In, and it
looks like it moves the entire manual, and it copies the text insets
into a subdirectory. Let me know if I'm mistaken.

Fei Min 

-----Original Message-----
From: Shmuel Wolfson [mailto:shmue...@gmail.com] 
Sent: Tuesday, October 27, 2009 4:33 AM
To: Fei Min Lorente
Subject: Re: Moving my text inset source

You can save them as MIF and do a global search and replace withing the
MIF for the path to the text insets.


Fei Min Lorente wrote:
> I'm using FrameMaker 7.2 on Windows XP, and I have FrameScript.
>  
> I'm looking for ideas on the easiest way to resolve the text inset
> references if I move the source files. I have about 150 files all
> together, divided up among about 40 folders. The text insets are
> unstructured, although most of them are on a master page of structured
> files (if that makes a difference).
>  
> Any suggestions would be appreciated; thanks.
>  
> Fei Min
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