RE: Question for the Group: Create a Conditionalized or Hierarchical Book

2014-12-17 Thread Laura Fergusson
Hi Tony If I understand you correctly, I would do the following. Keep all your files in the one folder, including three separate book files: Book for Product A Book for Product B Book for Product C Add the chapters you need to each book and conditionalise the content of each file as

Re: Question for the Group: Create a Conditionalized or Hierarchical Book

2014-12-17 Thread john . x . posada
Create Group categories, then use the Include and Exclude functionality John X Posada AML Syst Ops Supt Data Analyst | US FCC RC Systems Control Analytics | HSBC North America Holdings Inc 330 Madison Ave., NY NY

Re: Question for the Group: Create a Conditionalized or Hierarchical Book

2014-12-17 Thread Lin Sims
Hi Tony, Pretty much what Laura said. I maintain multiple guides that can have different chapters depending on whether the information is for one customer or another. I have what I call a master book file that contains all the files (this has to do with our CMS and locating stuff, you may not

RE: Question for the Group: Create a Conditionalized or Hierarchical Book

2014-12-17 Thread Tony Marek (PDF)
Thanks, you guys! Three good suggestions that I can work with — all rolling in overnight. ~Tony *From:* Laura Fergusson [mailto:laura.fergus...@exterity.com] *Sent:* Wednesday, December 17, 2014 6:36 AM *To:* Tony Marek (PDF); framers@lists.frameusers.com *Subject:* RE: Question for the Group:

RE: Question for the Group: Create a Conditionalized or Hierarchical Book

2014-12-17 Thread Craig, Alison
I practice a version of Laura’s approach for our User Manuals – where I create 8 manuals from one set of files (to be fair, 4 manual are “full manuals” of about 400 letter-sized pages, while the other 4 are subsets of the 4 “full manuals” and contain only about 25% of the full content). To

Page count even or no

2014-12-17 Thread Gillian Flato
Do you guys still follow print protocols and produce PDFs with an even number of pages per chapter, or no, since everyone reads PDFs online and hardly anyone prints a manual anymore? Thanks! Gillian Flato Technical Publications Pi-Coral, Inc. gillian.fl...@pi-coral.com

Re: Page count even or no

2014-12-17 Thread Robert Lauriston
When it's my choice, no facing pages, no blank pages, the cover is page 1. On Wed, Dec 17, 2014 at 5:35 PM, Gillian Flato gillian.fl...@pi-coral.com wrote: Do you guys still follow print protocols and produce PDFs with an even number of pages per chapter, or no, since everyone reads PDFs

RE: Page count even or no

2014-12-17 Thread Rick Quatro
Hi Gillian, The important thing for me is that the right hand pages are numbered odd and the left hand pages even. I want it to paginate correctly in case I decide to print it out. Printing a PDF that I want to read is not unusual for an old guy like me. It doesn't bother me if there are blank