What is a bk file and how do I open a bk file?
BK is a FrameMaker Book File created with Adobe FrameMaker publishing software. It contains pages that are formatted for print, and text as well as raster and bitmap images. Linux and Microsoft Windows-based systems can be integrated with support for creating, opening and editing the content of files appended with the .BK extension. This can be accomplished by installing the Linux or Microsoft Windows installation versions of the Adobe FrameMaker 10 software. Files in the BK format tipically classified as data files, though these BK files are specifically known as FrameMaker files. The content of these BK files consists of reference data regarding the text and image data among other text and image formatting attributes and page layout elements added by the author of the BK file. These BK files are output project files created using the Adobe FrameMaker 10 application, and these can be opened and edited with this program. The BK files are formatted in a package and finalized for printing. The images that can be embedded into a BK project by a user looking to create a digital book using the Adobe FrameMaker 10 software should be in BMP or raster image formats.
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