Is the Instructor's Guide a totally separate book, or you have one
book that you're publishing in two versions, maybe controlled by
conditional text?

Art

On 5/10/07, Kristy Nolan <Kristy.Nolan at wnco.com> wrote:
>
> Hi, all!
>
> We are working on setting up our structures for training material, in
> which two of the deliverables are a student guide and the associated
> instructor guide. Although we are working in structured Frame, I don't
> think my questions are necessarily influenced by that.
>
> The way we want to set these up is that the student guide is a subset of
> the instructor guide. The best way to describe it is like the textbooks
> you used to have in grade school where the teacher's edition had "extra"
> material around the margins, including answers to questions, supplies
> needed, etc. Often this meant they had extra pages (e.g., p. 65a, 65b)
> but the actual learning content page numbers matched up to the student
> editions. We have the structure for the actual material well on its way.
>
> So here is the question: Is there a way (hopefully relatively easy) to
> have this sort of numbering set up? My first guess would be on the
> numbering properties, but I don't know how to make this different for
> two different editions.
>
> Thanks!
> Kristy
>
> Kristy Nolan
> Developer II
> Ground Ops Training DAL-3TR
> Southwest Airlines
> 8008 Cedar Springs
> Dallas, TX 75235
> 214-792-2472
>
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