Difficulty Creating a TOC

2009-05-29 Thread ecidade
Good morning fellow Frame Templars: First the setup: Frame 7.2 (unstructured), Windows XP Am attempting to formulate a TOC whereby I can display two paragraph tags on the same line along with the associated chapter/page number. Want to make it look something like this 10-5. . . . .Revision

Re: Difficulty Creating a TOC

2009-05-29 Thread Art Campbell
Are RevNum and DateRev paragraph tags or variables? Where's the 10-5 coming from? Art Art Campbell art.campb...@gmail.com ... In my opinion, there's nothing in this world beats a '52 Vincent and a redheaded girl. -- Richard Thompson

Re: Difficulty Creating a TOC

2009-05-29 Thread Lin Sims
Off the top of my head, I'd suggest making the first paragraph tag as a run-in header. -- Lin Sims On Fri, May 29, 2009 at 11:20 AM, ecid...@zoominternet.net wrote:  Good morning fellow Frame Templars:  First the setup:  Frame 7.2 (unstructured), Windows XP  Am attempting to formulate a

Re: Re: Difficulty Creating a TOC

2009-05-29 Thread ecidade
Art Thank you. Yup..RevNum and DateRev are both paragraph tags. the 10-5 comes from the chapter and page number.apparently, when I keyed those into my original e.mail they didn't appear (probably because of the dollar sign) but they track like this: - (imagine the dollar

RE: Difficulty Creating a TOC

2009-05-29 Thread Fred Ridder
set an appropriate tab in the corresponding paragraph format definition. -Fred Ridder To: framers@lists.frameusers.com Date: Fri, 29 May 2009 11:20:42 -0400 Subject: Difficulty Creating a TOC From: ecid...@zoominternet.net CC: frame2acro...@yahoogroups.com Good morning fellow Frame

Re: Difficulty Creating a TOC

2009-05-29 Thread Art Campbell
in the corresponding paragraph format definition. -Fred Ridder To: framers@lists.frameusers.com Date: Fri, 29 May 2009 11:20:42 -0400 Subject: Difficulty Creating a TOC From: ecid...@zoominternet.net CC: frame2acro...@yahoogroups.com Good morning fellow Frame Templars: First the setup: Frame 7.2

Re: Re: Difficulty Creating a TOC

2009-05-29 Thread ecidade
: Difficulty Creating a TOC From: CC: Good morning fellow Frame Templars: First the setup: Frame 7.2 (unstructured), Windows XP Am attempting to formulate a TOC whereby I can display two paragraph tags on the same line along with the associated chapter/page number. Want to make it look

Re: Difficulty Creating a TOC

2009-05-29 Thread Stuart Rogers
Art Campbell wrote: Since those are para tags and not variables, Fred's solution is also what I'd do. There seems to be another problem though, in the order in which the paratags are read in the TOC, because your example shows them out of order. To fix that, I believe all you need to do is

Re: Difficulty Creating a TOC

2009-05-29 Thread Art Campbell
Yeah, I agree, that would be the other possibility (which is why I thew in that may disclaimer...). I'm not sure what worked and what didn't in 7.2. Art Art Campbell art.campb...@gmail.com ... In my opinion, there's nothing in this world beats a '52 Vincent and a redheaded girl.

Re: Difficulty Creating a TOC

2009-05-29 Thread ecidade
It worked reorganizing the tags did the trick now reads 5-1029 MAY 09...Revision 001 thank you all! eduardo - original message - Subject:Re: Difficulty Creating a TOC From: Art Campbell art.campb...@gmail.com Date: 05-29-2009 16:03 Yeah, I agree, that would

RE: Difficulty Creating a TOC

2009-05-29 Thread Fred Ridder
Stuart Rogers wrote: Re-ordering the strings on the ref. page *may* work, but I have a feeling the DateRev pgf is occurring before the RevNum pgf in the chapter file. I believe that would cause the result we see now, since the TOC gets built in the order the pgfs are encountered in the

Difficulty Creating a TOC

2009-05-29 Thread ecid...@zoominternet.net
Good morning fellow Frame Templars: First the setup: Frame 7.2 (unstructured), Windows XP Am attempting to formulate a TOC whereby I can display two paragraph tags on the same line along with the associated chapter/page number. Want to make it look something like this 10-5. . . . .Revision

Difficulty Creating a TOC

2009-05-29 Thread Art Campbell
Are RevNum and DateRev paragraph tags or variables? Where's the 10-5 coming from? Art Art Campbell art.campbell at gmail.com "... In my opinion, there's nothing in this world beats a '52 Vincent and a redheaded girl." -- Richard Thompson

Difficulty Creating a TOC

2009-05-29 Thread Lin Sims
Off the top of my head, I'd suggest making the first paragraph tag as a run-in header. -- Lin Sims On Fri, May 29, 2009 at 11:20 AM, wrote: > ?Good morning fellow Frame Templars: > ?First the setup: ?Frame 7.2 (unstructured), Windows XP > ?Am attempting to formulate a TOC whereby I can

Difficulty Creating a TOC

2009-05-29 Thread ecid...@zoominternet.net
Art Thank you. Yup..RevNum and DateRev are both paragraph tags. the 10-5 comes from the chapter and page number.apparently, when I keyed those into my original e.mail they didn't appear (probably because of the dollar sign) but they track like this: - (imagine the dollar

Difficulty Creating a TOC

2009-05-29 Thread Fred Ridder
agraph and also set an appropriate tab in the corresponding paragraph format definition. -Fred Ridder > To: framers at lists.frameusers.com > Date: Fri, 29 May 2009 11:20:42 -0400 > Subject: Difficulty Creating a TOC > From: ecidade at zoominternet.net > CC: frame2acrobat at yahoogroups.

Difficulty Creating a TOC

2009-05-29 Thread Art Campbell
ototype > paragraph and also set an appropriate tab in the corresponding paragraph > format definition. > > -Fred Ridder > > > >> To: framers at lists.frameusers.com >> Date: Fri, 29 May 2009 11:20:42 -0400 >> Subject: Difficulty Creating a TOC >> From: ecidade at

Difficulty Creating a TOC

2009-05-29 Thread ecid...@zoominternet.net
t; To: >> Date: Fri, 29 May 2009 11:20:42 -0400 >> Subject: Difficulty Creating a TOC >> From: >> CC: >> >> Good morning fellow Frame Templars: >> First the setup: Frame 7.2 (unstructured), Windows XP >> Am attempting to formulate a TOC whe

Difficulty Creating a TOC

2009-05-29 Thread Stuart Rogers
Art Campbell wrote: > Since those are para tags and not variables, Fred's solution is also > what I'd do. > > There seems to be another problem though, in the order in which the > paratags are read in the TOC, because your example shows them out of > order. To fix that, I believe all you need to

Difficulty Creating a TOC

2009-05-29 Thread Art Campbell
Yeah, I agree, that would be the other possibility (which is why I thew in that "may" disclaimer...). I'm not sure what worked and what didn't in 7.2. Art Art Campbell art.campbell at gmail.com "... In my opinion, there's nothing in this world beats a '52 Vincent and a redheaded

Difficulty Creating a TOC

2009-05-29 Thread ecid...@zoominternet.net
It worked reorganizing the tags did the trick now reads 5-1029 MAY 09...Revision 001 thank you all! eduardo - original message - Subject:Re: Difficulty Creating a TOC From: Art Campbell Date: 05-29-2009 16:03 Yeah, I agree, that would be the other

Difficulty Creating a TOC

2009-05-29 Thread Fred Ridder
Stuart Rogers wrote: > Re-ordering the strings on the ref. page *may* work, but I have a > feeling the DateRev pgf is occurring before the RevNum pgf in the > chapter file. I believe that would cause the result we see now, since > the TOC gets built in the order the pgfs are encountered in