Thanks to Art Campbell and Richard Combs for your thoughtful replies and suggestions.
We do have WebWorks make most of the HTML changes, such as font, color, borders. We never did you page numbers in our cross-references, so we haven't had a problem with that. The "no output" setting is a good idea. I'll bring that up to our writing team, to see if it could be useful, and we'll take a look at using condition text for print-specific information. As I mentioned in a follow-up, one idea we have tried is to set up the HTML project for the updated topics (or the entire manual) and provide both the comment-enabled PDF and the link to the HTML, so that the content reviewers can see the "big picture" as well as the details in the PDF (or the both the forest and the trees). It's a learning experience for everyone. Cecily Beierle Technical Writer IT Customer Care TCF National Bank Minneapolis, Minnesota cbeierle at tcfbank.com <mailto:cbeierle at tcfbank.com> ____________________________ Email Disclaimer Information contained in this e-mail transmission is the property of TCF and is intended for the named recipient. If you are not the intended recipient, do not read, distribute, or reproduce this transmission. If you have received this e-mail transmission in error, please contact the sender. Disclaimer Regarding Uniform Electronic Transmissions Act (UETA) and Federal E-Sign (E-SIGN) Law: This communication is for discussion purposes only, and it does not create a contract or legally binding agreement. The UETA and E-SIGN do not apply to this communication. We only contract with manually affixed original signatures on the original paper contracts.