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RE: changing anchored frame properties throughout document

| From owner-framers@omsys.com Wed Dec 20 21:42:39 2000
| Message-Id: <>
| Date: Wed, 20 Dec 2000 18:27:39 -0800
| To: "Deborah Snavely" <dsnavely@aurigin.com>, <framers@omsys.com>
| From: Jeanette Feldhousen <jeanette@synopsys.com>
| Subject: RE: changing anchored frame properties throughout document
| At 11:30 AM 12/18/00 -0800, Deborah Snavely wrote:
| >Ron asked:
| >>I'm trying to figure out if there is any way to change all of the
| >>anchored frames in my document (or book, if possible) from Insertion 
| >>Point to Below Current Line in one fell swoop.  Is this possible, 
| >>preferrably without FrameScript?
| >>
| >>Windows NT/2000
| >>Frame 6.0
| >
| >Depending on how robust a plain-text editor you've got, editing the MIF
| >file is the only way I know. (One of the few useful uses for MS Word.)
| Good news--you can edit the MIF file in FrameMaker. In the File Open
| dialog, select the file that you want to open. Then hold down the Shift
| key, and click Open with the mouse. FrameMaker should then open the file
| as a text file. 
| --Jeanette (just trying to stamp out ALL uses of MS Word)


or else you get a MIF file of the text of the MIF statements!!!

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