Moving from Adobe® FrameMaker® to MadCap Flare™ is easy. To get the best results, we recommend you do some planning before you start to import your existing content. The document below outlines our best practices for converting from FrameMaker to Flare, including suggestions such as how to make the import as clean as possible and using FrameMaker as an editor while generating your Help through Flare.

Download the PDF, “Transition From FrameMaker”:

About The Author

Jose Sermeno

About Jose Sermeno

With over 10 years of experience in the software industry, Mr. Sermeno brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to the product evangelist team, helping introduce new users to everything MadCap Software. In his spare time, Jose is the Project Director for San Diego City Robotics, the San Diego community college systems robotics program, and enjoys working in software design and open source hardware development. Prior to joining MadCap in late 2010, Jose ran a Drupal development shop, and was an application manager for Temple University Health System.

Last Modified: October 18, 2018

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  • Yappa August 2, 2012 at 2:17 PM

    I wish you would clarify whether you are talking about unstructured Frame or structured Frame.

    • David Ferriot David Ferriot August 9, 2012 at 9:12 AM

      Unstructured. We do not support structured Frame, although in most cases all of the content imports just fine.

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