Rick already called me! But it appears Groups or Folders are my best

   On 09/20/16, Art Campbell<art.campb...@gmail.com> wrote:

   You really need to learn to write FrameScripts.
   Yes, it's possible, but I'm not a coder either...
   Time to call Rick Quatro. ;- )
   Art Campbell
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   On Tue, Sep 20, 2016 at 12:25 PM, Nancy Allison <[2]ma...@verizon.net>

         Hi, all.
        I've just imported a ~150 topic help file into FrameMaker. Each
        is a separate .fm file (usually short) that starts with a Heading
        I'd like to divide those .fm files into chapter segments, insert
        chapter-title .fm at appropriate points, and print the resulting
        file like a regular book. The TOC organization and file lengths
        like this:
        Ch_01_Overview of the Thing.fm
           imported .fm file 1, (1.2 pages long)
           imported .fm file 2, (1.5 pages long)
           imported .fm file 3, (3.1 pages long)
           imported .fm file 4, (1.2 pages long)
           imported .fm file 5, (3.1 pages long)
           imported .fm file 6, (0.7 pages long)
           imported .fm file 7, (1 pages long)
           imported .fm file 8, (0.2 pages long)
           imported .fm file 9, (4.2 pages long)
           imported .fm file 10, (0.9 pages long)
        I want each chapter to start on a new page, but I want all the
        files within the chapter to print after each other continuously
     with no
        page breaks between them.
        Is that possible? Or do I need to move the content of the
     imported .fm
        file into the Chapter .fm file and just have one large .fm file
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