I have directory A with BookA.book and 25 .fm files in the book.
I have directory B with BookB.book and 25 .fm files in the book.
The weird thing is that BookA.book points to a few files in directory B, and BookB.book points to a few files in directory A.
The two books are related,and possibly/probably should reside in one folder with BookA.book and BookB.book in the one folder.
Rather than using Windows to move the files from directory B to A, which would kill the bookfiles and the Xrefs, etc., I understand that I can go the BookA.book and rename/move certain files from directory B into Directory A. But I afraid that would destroy BookB.book and it's cross references -- BookB.book would find that some of its .fm files are missing and will throw up on me before I ever get a chance to open BookB.book and rename/move the files.
How can I get these two books into one folder?
I'm new at this, .... is it as bad as I think?
FM just looks at the .fm file names when building any cross-refs. For book to book cross-refs, all you need to do is to have both book files open and FM will sort things out.
Sometimes it's just easier to build a new book in the correct location.