If multiple writers need to work on different parts of the same book
at the same time, yes, multiple .fm files are essential.

Graphics are irrelevant since they're imported by reference.

On Sun, Sep 18, 2016 at 5:39 PM, Craig Ede <craig...@hotmail.com> wrote:
> Books are divided into files for two reasons in my world. If there is very 
> heavy use of graphics, the single file approach becomes unworkable because 
> file file bogs down. Another reason is to divide up the document into chucks 
> that the various SMEs can work on without locking everyone else out of the 
> document.
> Robert Lauriston <rob...@lauriston.com>
> For the last ten years or so, since computers have had enough memory /
> horsepower that it isn't a problem, I put all the chapters in a single
> .fm file. Then you don't have to worry about someone adding a file to
> the end and screwing up the unfortunate kludge required because Adobe
> never added the book-level variables users have asked for repeatedly.

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