- Online Conditional Build Tag: You may want to check what Conditional Build Tag expression is being used in the Printed Documentation single source layout? This controls the content that is included. However be aware that content in a topic (or a topic itself) can have more than one tag assigned to it. I think this will be a case of going back to the topics that have the online tag and doing some investigation. You can easily identify the topics with a CBT by right clicking on a tag in the Conditional Build Tag pod and selecting Properties.
- This could be down to the Word styles you are using in the template and how they are mapped to the RH Styles. Check out the following link for an excellent tutorial on producing printed documentation. http://www.grainge.org/pages/authoring/printing/printing.htm
- See point 2.
- Again this is style related. It sounds like you have a Word style mapped with the pagination option selected. See point 2.
Many thanks. You've pointed me in the right direction and this has helped fix most of my problems. One remaining problem I am having is to do with my Heading styles. I'm thinking it is to do with the same issue with point 2, so going to dig further. Just wanted to express my gratitude.
Make sure the heading in Rh is a straight H2 tag and in Word that Heading 2 really is a heading. So many times I have seen people call a paragraph style MyHeading2 or suchlike. That does not make it what Rh expects as a heading or what Word serves up as one.
See www.grainge.org for RoboHelp and Authoring tips
Thanks for your feedback.
Not sure what I did in the end as shortly after I posted my last comment it corrected itself!!
Many thanks for all your help.