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On Friday, March 30, 2007, Keith Hansen wrote:
> * I used the Browse Sequence Editor/TOC Order button to create browse
> sequences matching my TOC books and topics. It seems to have worked
> * However, for some reason, two additional browse sequences were
> created. They don't match any books or topics in my TOC.
> * Any idea why? Or how to remove them? (I tried removing them in the
> Browse Sequence Editor. They keep coming back!)
Are they causing problems in the compiled help system?
Browse sequences are associated with topics, so your comment
that they are not associated with any topics would seem to indicate
that it's just an annoyance in the editor (I'm not familiar with the
Browse Sequence Editor... RoboHelp?).
If you do have unwanted browse sequences in a topic, you can
open the document directly in Word and delete the + footnote for
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