Re: Using Binder & TOC

Subject: Re: Using Binder & TOC
From: Linda Castellani <linda -at- GRIC -dot- COM>
Date: Tue, 5 May 1998 13:51:12 -0500

Oh nuts. I'm sorry. I just ASSUMED that if the purpose of the thing was
to group different documents together in a binder, that all commands would
apply to all documents in the binder. Silly me.

I even tried searching Microsoft's site for the answer to this question,
but I got the message, "Search is currently unavailable. We are working on

I'm so disappointed. I thought for sure that our days of wrestling with
the Master Document were finally over. <Sob>

At 11:39 AM 5/5/98 -0700, John J. Gardiner wrote:
>At 11:06 AM 5/5/98 -0500, Linda Castellani wrote:
>>What happens when you put documents into a Binder is that a new set of
>>pulldown menus displays that is different from those available in an empty
>>binder. Those menus are very, very similar to the pulldown menus in Word,
>>and all the familiar Word functions are there, including Insert>Index and
>>Tables and so on...
>I am confused. Unless I am mistaken, one cannot create a TOC/cross
>references based on multiple docs while using Binder. I hope I am wrong,
>for this would be wonderful news. I have learned to loathe MS Word's Master
>Document hack... er... feature.
> John J. Gardiner - Technical Writer
>On-Line Help * User Guides * Documentation
> HTML * Graphic Design
> e-mail: jgard -at- slip -dot- net

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