The translation must be done in Word, so I will need to convert from Frame to
Word, and this caused huge linking problems between the Word files the last
time I did it with multiple Frame files in the Frame book.
Having one Frame content file, though it is not ideal for me, saves me from
huge headaches down the road in this context.
-------------- Original message ----------------------
From: Doug <dbailey4...@gmail.com>
> Why do you need all chapters inside a single file?
> On 12/12/06, obair81 at comcast.net <obair81 at comcast.net> wrote:
> > I am trying to find the right Autonumber format for my Chapter tag. Up till
> now, I had separate files for each chapter, but now I need to have a Frame
> with just one core file that contains all my chapters.
> > The Autonumber format that I had been using looks like this:
> > H:Chapter <$chapnum> \t
> > but that does not work right when multiple chapters are in one file. Each
> chapter becomes chapter 1.
> > I have not been able to decipher Frame's help to understand what I need to
> > do
> to make an Autonumber format that properly numbers multiple chapters in one
> > Can anyone tell me where I might get some guidance? Thanks.
> > best,
> > Paul
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