One problem down, one new one comes up

2010-02-23 Thread Ken Poshedly
Thanks to all who contributed suggestions to me regarding the problem I had with page numbers for a TOC I was producing. The problem was that no matter what I did, a preceding hyphen (dash, whatever) appeared with the numerical page number digit. Apparently, the problem was caused by a glitch.

Re: One problem down, one new one comes up

2010-02-23 Thread Steve Johnson
Post that question on the Adobe Acrobat forum. You might have better luck. Faced with this situation I would be tempted to copy/paste the text from the PDF to Frame. It would be time-consuming but it might work. If they have fixed the PDF so you absolutely cannot copy it or export it, you're

RE: One problem down, one new one comes up

2010-02-23 Thread Fred Ridder
Ken Poshedly wrote: The problem was that no matter what I did, a preceding hyphen (dash, whatever) appeared with the numerical page number digit. Apparently, the problem was caused by a glitch. For instance, in the TOC I was working on, the variable definition for current page number

Re: One problem down, one new one comes up

2010-02-23 Thread Ken Poshedly
Hey Fred, Got it, but it won't happen no more. grin -- Kenpo From: Fred Ridder docu...@hotmail.com To: poshe...@bellsouth.net; framers@lists.frameusers.com Sent: Tue, February 23, 2010 10:19:51 AM Subject: RE: One problem down, one new one comes up Ken

RE: One problem down, one new one comes up

2010-02-23 Thread Combs, Richard
Ken Poshedly wrote: Apparently, the problem was caused by a glitch. For instance, in the TOC I was working on, the variable definition for current page number is shown as $curpagenum with no hyphen included, yet a hyphen always preceded the numerical digit. Not at all a glitch. You were

Re: One problem down, one new one comes up

2010-02-23 Thread Ken Poshedly
Hi Rich, Perhaps I did misunderstand you. Before posting my original request for help last week, I, of course, made sure that no chapter number was to be included in the footer and then checked the master page and footer of the TOC-in-progress. And yes, there was NO chapter number but there

Shortcut Control keys - Part deux

2010-02-23 Thread Corinne Kenney
Thanks to all for your previous comments about my problems with shortcut keys not working in FrameMaker. The problem was Snagit. As long as I don't have Snagit open, FrameMaker hums along nicely. (As nicely as FM9 CAN hum along...) However... I still need to capture screens. Has anyone who has

RE: Shortcut Control keys - Part deux

2010-02-23 Thread Jeff Coatsworth
Usually you can configure screen capture program shortcut keys so that they don't interfere with another program. I don't use SnagIt, but my freebie MWSnap supports reconfigured shortcuts. SnagIt's pretty highly regarded, so I would think it would support it too. -Original Message-

Fw: One problem down, one new one comes up

2010-02-23 Thread Ken Poshedly
Just to let all of you know that a suggestion by Simon North about ABBY PDF Transformer seems to be the answer to my problem about an uncooperative pdf file described below. Simon sent me a Word file resulting from a one-page sample pdf file I sent him, and it was just great. The review on

RE: Shortcut Control keys - Part deux

2010-02-23 Thread Spectrum Writing
Corrine, I use FM9 and SnagIt together all the time and don't have any problems with shortcut keys. You might want to look at the Windows SnipIt tool which is very similar tool that comes with Vista and XP. (It does have its limitations, but overall, probably will get you what you need.) You

Re: Shortcut Control keys - Part deux

2010-02-23 Thread Mike Wickham
Thanks to all for your previous comments about my problems with shortcut keys not working in FrameMaker. The problem was Snagit. As long as I don't have Snagit open, FrameMaker hums along nicely. (As nicely as FM9 CAN hum along...) However... I still need to capture screens. Has anyone who

One problem down, one new one comes up

2010-02-23 Thread Ken Poshedly
Thanks to all who contributed suggestions to me regarding the problem I had with?page numbers for a TOC I was producing. The problem was that no matter what I did, a preceding hyphen (dash, whatever) appeared with the numerical page number digit. Apparently, the problem was caused by a glitch.

One problem down, one new one comes up

2010-02-23 Thread Steve Johnson
Post that question on the Adobe Acrobat forum. You might have better luck. Faced with this situation I would be tempted to copy/paste the text from the PDF to Frame. It would be time-consuming but it might work. If they have fixed the PDF so you absolutely cannot copy it or export it, you're

One problem down, one new one comes up

2010-02-23 Thread Fred Ridder
Ken Poshedly wrote: > The problem was that no matter what I did, a preceding hyphen (dash, > whatever) appeared with the numerical page number digit. > > Apparently, the problem was caused by a glitch. For instance, in the TOC I > was working on, the variable definition for current page

One problem down, one new one comes up

2010-02-23 Thread Ken Poshedly
Hey Fred, Got it, but it won't happen no more. -- Kenpo From: Fred Ridder To: poshedly at bellsouth.net; framers at lists.frameusers.com Sent: Tue, February 23, 2010 10:19:51 AM Subject: RE: One problem down, one new one comes up Ken

One problem down, one new one comes up

2010-02-23 Thread Combs, Richard
Ken Poshedly wrote: > Apparently, the problem was caused by a glitch. For instance, in the TOC I > was working on, the variable definition for current page number is shown as > <$curpagenum> with no hyphen included, yet a hyphen always preceded the > numerical digit. Not at all a glitch. You

One problem down, one new one comes up

2010-02-23 Thread Ken Poshedly
Hi Rich, Perhaps I did misunderstand you. Before posting my original request for help last week, I, of course, made sure that no chapter number was to be included in the footer and then checked the master page and footer of the TOC-in-progress. And yes, there was NO chapter number but there

Shortcut Control keys - Part deux

2010-02-23 Thread Corinne Kenney
Thanks to all for your previous comments about my problems with shortcut keys not working in FrameMaker. The problem was Snagit. As long as I don't have Snagit open, FrameMaker hums along nicely. (As nicely as FM9 CAN hum along...) However... I still need to capture screens. Has anyone who has

Shortcut Control keys - Part deux

2010-02-23 Thread Jeff Coatsworth
Usually you can configure screen capture program shortcut keys so that they don't interfere with another program. I don't use SnagIt, but my freebie MWSnap supports reconfigured shortcuts. SnagIt's pretty highly regarded, so I would think it would support it too. -Original Message-

Fw: One problem down, one new one comes up

2010-02-23 Thread Ken Poshedly
Just to let all of you know that a suggestion by Simon North about ABBY PDF Transformer seems to be the answer to my problem about an "uncooperative" pdf file described below. Simon sent me a Word file resulting from a one-page sample pdf file I sent him, and it was just great. The review on

Shortcut Control keys - Part deux

2010-02-23 Thread Spectrum Writing
Corrine, I use FM9 and SnagIt together all the time and don't have any problems with shortcut keys. You might want to look at the Windows SnipIt tool which is very similar tool that comes with Vista and XP. (It does have its limitations, but overall, probably will get you what you need.) You

Shortcut Control keys - Part deux

2010-02-23 Thread Mike Wickham
> Thanks to all for your previous comments about my problems with shortcut > keys not working in FrameMaker. The problem was Snagit. As long as I don't > have Snagit open, FrameMaker hums along nicely. (As nicely as FM9 CAN hum > along...) However... I still need to capture screens. Has anyone