This archive contains the PageMaker 6.5 Story Import filter. After you install this filter, you can import stories from PageMaker 6.5 publications using the Place command, which allows you to transfer text between PageMaker publications without opening another publication, copying, or pasting.
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Adobe PageMaker 6.5 or 6.51 for Windows
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1. Quit PageMaker.
2. Copy the Pm65imp.flt file into the \Pm65\rsrc\
3. Restart PageMaker.
The Place PageMaker Stories dialog box appears when you select a PageMaker publication in the Place Document dialog box. The dialog box lists all stories in the publication, although you can specify a minimum number of characters for stories to be listed so that short stories, such as captions, don't appear in the list. Select the View button to preview a selected story before you place it. If you select more than one story to import in the list, the selected stories import as one continuous story.
The story importer retains character formatting and named styles from other publications but has the following limitations:
- Index entries with cross-references are not imported. Index entries with ranges other than Current Page or For Next Paragraphs are converted to Current Page.
- Inline graphics are not imported.
- Manual-kerning information from the original publication is ignored and replaced with the pair-kerning instructions for the paragraph into which you insert the story.
- Text that you have rotated is imported but the text is not rotated when you place it in the publication.
The Pm65imp.flt file (dated 12/03/96, size 41,984 bytes) does not replace any existing PageMaker 6.5x files. (To view the size and date of a file, right-click on it in Windows Explorer, and then choose Properties.)
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