Thank you, Richard, for your kind words. But now I must confess: it was a
programmer I work with who suggested the solution.

Beverly



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beverly_robinson at datacard.com wrote:

> I have the same situation in one of my file sets. I use two variables
named
> "article" (used most of the time, when the article should be
lowercase) and
> "Article" (used when the article starts a sentence or heading). The
Frame
> file would read "<article> <var name>" instead of  "a <var name>" or
"an
> <var name>". My template documents define the articles correctly for
the
> definition of the variables and all are imported at the same time when
I
> change from one output to another.

Excellent! IMHO, this is clearly the best solution. Thank you for
sharing.

Richard


Richard G. Combs
Senior Technical Writer
Polycom, Inc.
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