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DeleteFormats is an ExtendScript script that allows you to quickly delete the following formats from your FrameMaker documents and books: Paragraph, Character, Table, Condition, Cross-reference, Variable, Marker types, Master pages, and Reference pages. The interface can be localized to any language supported by FrameMaker. Click here to see the documentation.
FindChangeBatch is an ExtendScript script that allows you to perform batches of finds and changes on a FrameMaker document or book. You use a seven-column table in a FrameMaker document to set up your find/change pairs and their settings. The script will use the first table in the batch document’s main flow. There is nothing special about the batch document or the table or their formatting; it is just an ordinary FrameMaker document with a seven-column table with one or more body rows. Click here to see the documentation.
TableCleaner provides powerful tools for working with FrameMaker tables, including those imported from Word. You can remove custom ruling and shading, convert body to header rows, resize tables by example, and apply paragraph formatting to existing tables. Tables can be modified individually or in batches across entire documents or books. Hundreds of tables can be updated in seconds with TableCleaner. Click here to see the documentation.
FindChangeFormatsBatch is a delightfully simple script that allows you to Find/Change hundreds (or thousands) of FrameMaker formats with a single command. Finds/changes can be performed on the following formats: paragraph, character, table, condition, cross-reference, user variable, master pages, and marker types. FindChangeFormatsBatch uses a simple FrameMaker table to map your old formats to new ones. The built-in Write Formats Table command gives you a head start on building your table. Click here to see the documentation.
ImportFormatsSpecial allows you more granular control of the document properties that you import from a template. It also allows you to import User Variables without System Variables and vise versa so you can import one type of variable format without clobbering the others. Individual document properties are listed separately so you can selectively import some properties while excluding others. Click here to see the documentation.
PathChanger is a program for globally updating paths to imported graphics, text insets, external cross-references, and book components. PathChanger writes all of your document or book references to a simple .csv file that can be opened and edited in Excel. The changes can then be written back to FrameMaker, updating hundreds of broken links at once. Click here to see the documentation.
ArchiveES is a script for archiving a FrameMaker book or document. It is patterned after the original Archive plugin written by the late Bruce Foster, a long-time contributor to the FrameMaker community. When you run the script, it will prompt you for an archive folder, or allow you to create a new folder. It will create Graphics and Insets folders inside of the archive folder and will copy the book or document and its referenced files into this folder and Graphics and Insets subfolders. All references, including graphics, text insets, and external cross-references will be updated to point to the archived folders so that the archived book or document will be self-contained within the archive folder. Click here to see the documentation.
PageLabelerES translates your FrameMaker book’s numbering to your PDF file. If you use roman numerals or prefixes or other special page numbering in FrameMaker, PageLabeler faithfully carries them over to Acrobat viewers. Click here to see the documentation.
Do you need to see all of the cross-references in your book in one place? You can now with CrossrefReporter. CrossrefReporter is an ExtendScript script that creates a table of all of the cross-references in a book. Each row displays the document name, the cross-reference text, and the page number of the cross-reference. Not only that, but you will see the name of the document containing the companion Cross-Ref marker and its page number. There are hyperlinks to both the cross-references and the markers so you can quickly navigate to them. The report table can be sorted and edited to make it more useful to you. Click here to see the documentation.