maker interchange format

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Maker Interchange Format definition


(MIF) A language used to describe a FrameMaker document in a text file. MIF is used to exchange information between FrameMaker and other applications.
["Using FrameMaker 4," Windows and Macintosh Version, c. 1986-1993 Frame Technology Corporation].
(1995-01-30)

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