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You don't, in other words, have to do it manually. But if the list of terms
is extensive, it's not much of a solution. Is there such a thing as a search
and replace batch file or something that would take a list and do it
Bonnie Granat http://www.GranatEdit.com
> Well, to clarify. I write in Microsoft Word (not my choice)
> or raw HTML. I combine it all in RoboHelp and then publish
> HTMLHelp and PDF files.
> The coloring is specific to lines (comments) or single words
> (function and method names, parameters and variables). This
> can result in 3 or 4 colors appearing in the same line.
> Trying to do this via a style sheet would be even more labor
> intensive than manually changing the code as I would have to
> add the markup manually (DIV or SPAN tags; on the grounds of
> maintainability and portability, I will not ever use FONT tags).
> I cannot see a way to automate this so, all in all, this
> would mean me having to manually 'massage' several hundred
> lines of code, spread over several hundred individual HTML topics.
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