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Framemaker conversion to Indesign file

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Hi there,

Just looking for some help, we have a Framemaker 1 file that we need converting to an Indesign File (CS3 or up)

If we upload the file to our server is there anyone that would be able to assist in converting the files and sending back?

Thanks in advance

Pretone Graphics
Perth, Western Australia
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