If the section title is already a variable, why wouldn't you just use
that? Propogate that variable to all the files, Insert it in the
topic's master pages in each page header, and be done with it...


On Mon, Mar 10, 2008 at 11:11 AM, Jerilynne Knight
<jerilynne.knight at gmail.com> wrote:
> Good day to each of you:
>  I know I've done this in the past and cannot, for the life of me, remember
>  what approach I took, so...
>  I've got a manual with multiple sections and the section divider page is in
>  a separate file and the section title is stored as a variable. To make each
>  type of information more readily separated from the "crowd', each topic is
>  in a separate file. So, is there an automated way to insert the name of the
>  section in the subfiles without using the variable or a cross reference?
>  My client representatives know there is some learning curve AND I want to
>  minimize the risk of errors where possible. So, if you have some
>  suggestions, I appreciate them! As a sole practitioner, I can sometimes get
>  blind, so appreciate the group's collective wisdom.
>  Thank you so much for your help!
>  Sincerely
>  Jerilynne Knight
>  Simply Written, Inc.
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