Unless you're already using it, you could assign the book's $volnum variable to display the Part's information by mapping it to the appropriate chapters in the book file. Then just set up the header definition to display the word "Part" and the contents of $volnum. It should work fine because the $volnum variable spans all the affected chapters.
Art On Nov 13, 2007 10:15 AM, David Kuhn <david.kuhn at amdocs.com> wrote: > I am running into a problem inserting a running header. > > It is for a book organized into parts. > > One of the master pages must include a header row containing the Part > number and Part name above the Chapter number and Chapter name. > > I tried to insert a Running Header 5, just changing the definition that > exists from <$paratext[H1_Heading1]> to <$paratext[Part]>. > > There is already a Part paragraph format defined, but it exists only in > the Part document type, not the Chapter document type. > > But when I switch from the Master Pages view to the Body Pages view, > this line does not appear at all. > > > > > > David Kuhn > > Technical Writer > > 09-776-1956 (desk) > > 054-3078987 (mobile) -- 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