RE: LevelIX formats in Help

Subject: RE: LevelIX formats in Help
From: Chris Fitzgerald <Chris -dot- Fitzgerald -at- veeco -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Thu, 13 Sep 2001 16:32:42 -0700

> Here's one ON topic...(even though I appreciate the sentimentality; this week
> has been difficult).
> I'm trying to create an index to display a list of topics in the "Topics
> Found" prompt. The compiled help displays only the entry word; then when you
> select the entry, only the entry word is duplicated in a list (i.e., not
> displaying the additional topics).
> I know how to create the Level2IX (and do), but my hardcopy index will be huge
> as a result.
> I've checked the WWP User Guide and Macro Guide. There are macros that allow
> for displaying the page numbers in a text format, but I'm not sure what text
> will reference (Last Head 1?, last head?).
> The UMLevelIX code is:
> <a href="$LINKFILE(html, name);
> etc.....
> Has anyone tried this, (or another way) to display only one entry in an Index;
> then allow for selecting on the entry to display all of the topics where the
> entry is located?
> Thanks for your help. :)
> Chris
> Technical Writer/Software Documentation


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