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So, Paul, does your solution mean that I would need to make each
individual step a separate snippet?
On 02/13/15, Paul Hanson<twer_lists_all -at- hotmail -dot- com> wrote:
I haven't used RoboHelp in several years so this isn't a response that
solve your question within RoboHelp. Rather this is a response to the
of including numbering within a snippet.
In the recent past, I ran into a similar issue with Confluence and
I was seeing the same type of thing you describe, where every step is
1. That's when I said to myself, "Stop including "the number" within
snippet!" That was when it dawned on me that if I considered "the
the step" to be 'formatting' and to make my snippets only be content -
including "the number" within the snippet - I could use the content in
In Confluence, the Wiki markup would have looked like this:
Where the text in the _navigation_one snippet = Go to Path 1 > Path 2 &
text in the _navigation_two snippet = Click <name_of_button>, I would
1. Go to Path 1 > Path 2
2. Click <name_of_button>.
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