RoboHelp 7.0 Missing Map IDs

Subject: RoboHelp 7.0 Missing Map IDs
From: "Norman, Mary" <Mary -dot- Norman -at- xerox -dot- com>
To: <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com>
Date: Mon, 18 Aug 2008 11:42:54 -0700

Another RoboHelp question. We have a help file with 460 topics and we

> painstakingly make sure that as we add topics, we add a map ID, so

> everything is in sync. However, yesterday we found looked in the

> project and found that one of our older topics has no map ID attached

> to it (If you go to Topic Properties>Advanced, it says "No Map

> But, in the whchsdata.htm file, the topic does have a map ID.


> I have two questions: First, is there an easy way to pinpoint which

> topic has a missing map ID, when you discover the number of map IDs is

> out of sync with the number of topics? Also, why would a map ID be

> missing in the project but be OK in the Webhelp as described above?

Mary Norman

Technical Writer

Xerox Global Services

Xerox Corporation

800 Phillips Road, 111-02J

Webster, NY 14580 USA

p 585.265.7760 (office)

p 585.278.7547 (cell)


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