How to open FM-files without framemaker?
Thread poster: Sven Wagener

Sven Wagener  Identity Verified
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Aug 2, 2003

Dear Colleagues,

I have received a file, which is an FM-File. First of all I would like to know whether a FM-File is one to be opened with framemaker? If it is, is there any chance to open it with another programme, since I do not have framemaker. Or are there any other ways of converting this file into a different format?

Any help will be sincerely appreciated.

Thank you!
Sven


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Ralf Lemster  Identity Verified
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Re-post in "General Tech Support" Aug 3, 2003

Hi Sven,
This forum is dedicated for technical issues related to ProZ.com - I believe you will improve your chances of getting an answer by re-posting under "General Tech Support".

I don't moderate this forum, so I'm afraid I cannot move the topic.

Best regards, Ralf Lemster


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