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Aug 28, 2018

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I need to populate a 2 column spreadsheet ( table) with the figure number and the object property.  Currently, this is happening manually.  I'd like to have a automated way to export this information.  Is the a mechanism or script available to do this?

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Adobe Community Professional ,
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Give Rick a call -

Rick Quatro

Carmen Publishing Inc.

rick@frameexpert.com

585-729-6746 NEW!

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Can you provide a screenshot of what you're trying to do?

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Here us a graphic showing what I am wanting to do.  Export the data for the table depicted from the Framemaker information as shown.

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While I use Rick myself for script work, it looks like you might be able to do this with a list of figures and/or a list of graphics/references.

However, if you run into trouble doing it yourself, Rick should certainly be able to automate the process.

-Matt

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fwiw, and as Matt mentions, I usually do this sort of thing with a LoF: we have some docs we distribute as .pdf, accompanied by a set of graphics for re-use, and a LoF gives us just that matching of figure caption and graphics filename.

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