Hi Art That is a good point and I was wondering if there was a way to do something at the book level (should have said that...my bad). The other suggestion was to use the volnum variable and I think I'll give that a whirl to see if it helps on the maintenance side of things.
Thanks for responding...I really appreciate it and here is hoping you have a fabulous day! Sincerely Jerilynne On Mon, Mar 10, 2008 at 10:17 AM, Art Campbell <art.campbell at gmail.com> wrote: > 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... > > Art > > 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 > > > >