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Re: Installing FrameMaker 7.0 and Acrobat Distiller

I say it would depend on which version of Distiller you have installed
on the system.

You'll need an update to FrameMaker v7.0, if you are running Distiller
(Acrobat) v6.0, anyway then the Distiller setup won't run.

The overall of installing FrameMaker and Distiller is as easy as
running setup from the CD. I think you may be thinking about the
FrameMaker 6.0 installation. That I can recall was a bit tricky, since
it was the old Distiller and many was using Distiller (Acrobat) 5.0


On Wed, 17 Nov 2004 22:22:24 -0800, Robyn Chittister
<robyn.chittister@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hello,
> When the ability to install the Adobe Acrobat Distiller with Adobe
> FrameMaker first came about, I remember researching this. Frankly, I
> didn't trust it. I remember coming across a README, either for
> FrameMaker, Distiller, or Acrobat, that emphatically warned against
> installing the Acrobat Distiller that came on the FrameMaker CD. This
> was regardless of whether you already had another version of Distiller
> installed.
> Flash forward. I can no longer find this document. I usually keep things
> like this, but it was either a) electronic, b) purged in an office move,
> or c) (and least likely) a figment of my imagination.
> Assuming that one does not have another version of Distiller installed,
> is it safe to install the version of Acrobat Distiller that comes on the
> Adobe FrameMaker 7.0 CD?
> Is this the preferred method, or should one buy the complete Adobe
> Acrobat suite and install Distiller this way?
> And, speaking of installation, is there an online installation guide for
> Adobe FrameMaker 7.0?
> Thank you for your response(s)!
> (BTW: This is my first post, so please be gentle.)
> --
> - Robyn
> robyn.chittister@xxxxxxxxxx
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