I have a some old framemaker files and I was just wondering is someone would mind just converting them to PDF for me? There are about 6 files.
These are manuals that I wrote several years ago for a company that no longer exists so there is no IP issues.
Alternatively, is there anywhere I can download FrameViewer from?
?Sure send me a PM (private message) - what version are the FM files? You could also just download a copy of the FM2015 version as a 30-day trial on some non-production machine & use it PDF them...
I don't think FrameViewer exists anymore BTW.
I have no idea how it will work on modern operating systems as it was designed for Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2000, but there are still links to FrameViewer out there:
Won't Reader DC fit the bill for whatever you wanted FrameViewer for?
You can download the trial version of the current FM (it can open FM6 files) and use it to save/export the documents in a variety of formats that you might need later. Also download MIF2go (free) for saving in more formats.