Hi Rick, and thanks again for your interest. Our document is a technical manual translated in several languages; it contains several technical terms requiring a very skilled translation. Each document bookmark is named with the technical term; inside the DB we have a table with all these technical terms and their translations. With our macro we simply replace the content of the document 'bookmarks' (technical term) with the string contained inside the DB in the right language.
What about using user variables, like Fred Ridder suggested? Is it possible to change their value using framescript or the FDK and force a 'global' update? Max -----Messaggio originale----- Da: Rick Quatro [mailto:frameexpert at truevine.net] Inviato: venerd? 2 marzo 2007 16.27 A: Massimiliano Lodi Oggetto: Re: How to create 'Word style' bookmarks Hi Max, I similar interface could be designed with FrameScript. Every paragraph has a unique Id in FrameMaker, which you could use to programatically navigate to "bookmarked" paragraphs. In fact, this unique Id is what is used when you generate a table of contents in FrameMaker. When you Control+Alt click on a TOC entry, there is a mechanism that navigates to the target paragraph. One thing I don't understand about your process: What do you have stored in the database and how does that relate to your bookmarks? Thanks. Rick ----- Original Message ----- From: "Massimiliano Lodi" <lodi...@libero.it> To: "'Rick Quatro'" <frameexpert at truevine.net> Cc: <framers at lists.frameusers.com> Sent: Friday, March 02, 2007 10:06 AM Subject: R: How to create 'Word style' bookmarks Hi Rick, Thank you very much for the quick answer! This is a Word document with 5 bookmarks; the bookmarks are the strings delimited by brackets ; you can select them from the menu Insert/Bookmarks.