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 > > _______________________________________________ > -- Art Campbell art.campbell at gmail.com "... In my opinion, there's nothing in this world beats a '52 Vincent and a redheaded girl." -- Richard Thompson No disclaimers apply. DoD 358