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Hi, I don't have FreeHand 10, but receive files from our graphical studio in FreeHand 10. As I get on a regular basis an unsorted disk (containing FH10, JPEG, GIF, EPS and other files), I would like to be able to group the information. Using a viewer (which opens the FH10 file and all the pictures, etc. inside) seems to me a good plan. When I miss information in the FH10 file, I know I have not copied a file to a specified location. 1] Is there a viewer performing this task? 2] Does someone has another solution (apart from ...

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    Hi,

    I don't have FreeHand 10, but receive files from our graphical studio in FreeHand 10. As I get on a regular basis an unsorted disk (containing FH10, JPEG, GIF, EPS and other files), I would like to be able to group the information. Using a viewer (which opens the FH10 file and all the pictures, etc. inside) seems to me a good plan. When I miss information in the FH10 file, I know I have not copied a file to a specified location.
    1] Is there a viewer performing this task?
    2] Does someone has another solution (apart from buying FH10)?

    Thanks
    Gideon


    boterkoek webforumsuser@macromedia.com Guest

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    Default Re: FreeHand 10 file Viewer

    boterkoek wrote:
    >... Using a viewer (which opens the FH10 file and all the pictures,
    > etc. inside) seems to me a good plan. When I miss information in the FH10
    > file, I know I have not copied a file to a specified location.
    > 1] Is there a viewer performing this task?
    > 2] Does someone has another solution (apart from buying FH10)?
    File viewers, including cataloging software such as iView on the Mac,
    display the raster file preview that was saved when the FH file was last
    saved. Looking at the preview wouldn't tell you which linked images are
    currently missing.

    Perhaps the graphic studio should improve its workflow. Using 'Collect for
    Output' from FH10 would write the FH10 file and all of that file's linked
    images to one folder. 'Collect for Output' will also generate a text report
    which lists all the linked images. You could view the report in any text
    editor without needing to open the FH file.

    Judy Arndt

    Judy Arndt Guest

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