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Email from Adobe:

"Using productivity tools like Word to create modern-day technical content has its own limitations like stability concerns, zero content reuse, template inconsistency, no long document support and other issues leading to productivity loss, cash leaks and poor customer experience. This adversely affects your sales."

Very true, Adobe. Do go on.

"Seamlessly migrate your existing content from Word to Adobe FrameMaker (2019 release)"

And the derisive laughter lasted ten minutes.

@mwlucas perhapy they spelled that without the footnote: seamlessly*

*zero length documents are imported seamlessly. For documents with one or more characters, seams are required.

I used Framemaker in the 90s for a pharmacy math book project, and it worked well, but took a long time to tweak formulas and set up templates.

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