Adobe FrameMaker 5.5 file size increases after import and copy graphics
How to resolve an issue when an Adobe™ FrameMaker 5.5 file size increases significantly after you import and copy graphics
In Adobe FrameMaker 5.5 file size increases significantly after you import graphics, if you have copied the graphics into the document. The copied (or embedded) graphics take up more space than the referenced (or linked) graphics, increasing the size of the Adobe FrameMaker file.
The solution to the problemFollow the instructions to resolve the issue when an Adobe FrameMaker 5.5 file size increases significantly after you import and copy graphics:
1Go to the page where you want to include a graphic, and either click in the page margin or place the insertion point where you want to insert the graphic in a text flow.
2On the 'File' menu, point to 'Import', and then click 'File'.
3In the 'Import' dialog box, browse to the folder that contains the graphics file, and then click the file.
4Click 'Import By Reference', and then click 'Import'.
5In the 'Imported Graphic Scaling' dialog box, click the appropriate option, and then click 'Set'.
6If you clicked in the page margin in step 1), drag the graphic to the appropriate location on the page.
Footnotes:Ensure that you follow the procedure to resolve this problem when you are importing the graphics from a graphics file (such as a ‘.bmp’, ‘.gif’, or ‘.jpeg’ file).