Hedley, Richard,

> > If, indeed, there are many hundreds, you may want
> > to use Framescript to create the books.  :-)

Note that there's a free FrameScript available:

  BookOfTextInsets.fsl  v1.6
  Creates a new temporary book with all (nested) text
  insets of the current document or book. This allows
  you to make global changes (e.g. search & replace)
  in all text inset sources.

http://www.itl.de/html/englisch/consulting/fsl/itl-pool.html#misc

Kind regards,
Klaus M?ller, itl AG


--- Original Message ---
From: Combs, Richard
Date: 22.06.2006 18:48
> > Hedley Finger wrote:
> >
>> >> Problem:  while you can Open All Files in a book, there
>> >> appears to be no global way of opening all the text insets in
>> >> all the components of a book.
> >
> > I've used Yves' solution of a book of text inset source files, and it
> > works nicely.
> >
> > Do you create an individual FM file for each text inset? Remember, an FM
> > file can contain multiple flows, and a text inset is just a flow. You
> > might want to consider combining all related text insets in one FM doc.
> > I have one FM doc that contains close to 50 flows -- all the text insets
> > used in a specific book.
> >
> > If you have hundreds and hundreds of text insets, one or more books
> > would be the way to go. You can use individual books to group the text
> > inset source files in logical ways, such as shared topics, variables,
> > formats, etc.
> >
> > If, indeed, there are many hundreds, you may want to use Framescript to
> > create the books.  :-)
> >
> > HTH!
> > Richard
> >
> >
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> > Richard G. Combs
> > Senior Technical Writer
> > Polycom, Inc.
> > richardDOTcombs AT polycomDOTcom
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