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5/20/2009 7:51 AM
 

I downloaded the update file, unzipped it, and copied the files into my existing (1.0.9) FSF folder. When I went to use it, everything seemed fine - but I was not asked to register it or activate it. But, when I went to export the pages, I got "run time error "13" and something about a file incompatibility. At least with the old edition I got two topics out - but I want the latest debugged version. 

Another question/suggestion: it would be nice to be able to add a link by pasting a hyperlinked name rather than typing in the URL. Or perhaps one can - not being able to export (hint) I cannot test that.

 
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5/20/2009 5:48 PM
 

Hi Mary,

What template are you using? A customised one? Or a standard template?

RE: Pasting a hyperlinked name rather than typing in the URL.

Yes, you can copy an existing text link into FSF and the underlying URL will be maintained. I just recommend you don't do this from MS Word as all of the Word formatting will also be copied. The Word formatting and styles etc will override your template style sheet.

Cheers,

Matt.

 
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