Thanks for the info, Richard.
WWStd does actually include Filename marker support... Thank God.
But you're right, WWP Standard is rather limited...putting it mildly...

It seems that you all use WWP Pro? Or the native Frame XML output maybe? (I'm 
not very familiar with XML and stuff so I didn't go much further than creating 
a structured document in FrameMaker based on one of the templates provided.)


Thanks all for your help.
Elisa



-----Message d'origine-----
De : Combs, Richard [mailto:richard.combs at Polycom.com] 
Envoy? : Wednesday, May 23, 2007 4:44 PM
? : Elisabeth SABOT; framers at lists.frameusers.com
Objet : RE: Webworks Std - Html output naming

Elisabeth SABOT wrote:

> Thanks a mil for the tips. It works great!
> However, I went through the online help (Getting Started, User Guide 
> and Template Reference are the only parts
> provided) and I browsed the program files on my system but couldn't 
> find any mention of a Style Designer nor Filename marker anywhere so 
> far...
> Is the Style Designer a panel in the application itself? 

IIRC (it's been a while since I've used WWP), Style Designer is only available 
in the Professional version of WWP, not the Standard version that's free with 
FM. (If it were there, you'd simply go to the Style menu and select Designer, 
or click the corresponding toolbar button.) 

The free Standard version of WWP is rather limited. You can generate output 
using one of the included templates, but you can't do much to modify those 
templates. Style Designer is the tool for modifying templates (defining new 
styles, adding macros, etc.). So the question is whether the pre-built 
templates in the Standard edition include support for the Filename marker, 
because I don't think you can add it if they don't.

Richard


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