Doc-To-Help Print File output question

Subject: Doc-To-Help Print File output question
From: Dan McGovern <dmg -at- SOFTEXPORT -dot- COM>
Date: Sun, 5 Apr 1998 23:03:37 +0100

Hi Lorraine

It might be a good idea to try posting to the WexTech-L Forum. They have a
pretty active list with lots of good discussion on Doc-To-Help and AnswerWorks.
I'll post your message for you if you like ?

Here's the low down on how to get on:

All users of Doc-To-Help, Documentation Studio and other WexTech products are
encouraged to join the new WexTech Discussion List. This will become the
primary area of online support for all WexTech users. You can join the
discussion list by following the link above and following the instructions to
subscribe. Both WexTech Technical Support Representatives monitoring the list,
and experienced Doc-To-Help users will share their answers with you, and the
rest of our user community.
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Best Regards

Dan McGovern
Soft/Export Inc. - Boston Soft/Export Ltd. - Dublin
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-----Original Message-----
From: Lorraine Kiewiet
Sent: Friday, April 03, 1998 6:56 PM
To: TECHWR-L -at- listserv -dot- okstate -dot- edu
Subject: DocToHelp Print File output question

Hi,
I'd like to put out a 120 page multi-document project to Print File
(PostScript) for our vendor to use as electronic input. The way I like to
do it is to name each file sequentially, so that the vendor just uses the
files "in order" and gets the right result. For example, if I name them A,
B,C, D, and E, A will contain the cover sheet and the Table of Contents, B
will contain pages 1-48, C pages 49-98, etc. to E, which will contain the
Glossary and Index.

Trouble is, when I try to use "Save As" to save the Cover and TOC part of
the DocToHelp project document and then try to use "Save As" to save the
Glossary and Index separately, I get messages having to do with the INI. I
tried removing the Template, but then I lost the page numbers.

How do you DocToHelp users prepare your electronic files for vendors?

Thanks!
--Lorraine
p.s. Please reply to me personally so I can see the answer sooner than
waiting for the digest.







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