1 Reply Latest reply on Jan 13, 2015 1:31 AM by Peter Grainge

    Adding meta tags in Word 2013?

    mr.scribbler Level 1

      Hi, I am building a CSH system by creating a Word doc that I will import to RH11. To link to the relevant application GUI, I need to add IDs to the <head> of each linked page, for example:

       

      <meta name="PageIdentifier" content="2cb189c6-7410-4634-a5b5-e89cecfcbf57" />

       

      Can this be done in Word somehow? The best I can come up with is to include the ID in the Word doc, then mark it as an Index entry. When I import I select Convert Index->Add to Topics. In RB I then change the MS-HKWD tag to PageIdentifier. Just wondered if there was an easier way?

       

      regards,

      Mike

       

        • 1. Re: Adding meta tags in Word 2013?
          Peter Grainge Adobe Community Professional (Moderator)

          I haven't tried it but maybe if you created your Word file as an HTML file rather than a DOC file you could then add it? I don't know if Rh would keep the line in though.

           

          Alternatively create the output and then use a simple find and replace tool to add the line.

           

          Creating your content in Rh is not difficult, gives more control over appearance than importing / linking and is generally a better workflow.

           


          See www.grainge.org for RoboHelp and Authoring tips

           

           

          @petergrainge