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Does the topic not get included in webhelp when you generate? You don't select topics for online help so the TOC should be irrelevant.
In the print layout, use the << button to clear the layout and then >> to reinsert it. Does the topic not appear then?
Sorry - I described the symptoms wrongly.
The misbehaving topic will build into WebHelp OK, but it doesn't build into CHM or Word doc layouts.
I have just discovered that, in the CHM output, the structure of book, sub-books that contain the errant topic is wrong; it does not go down to 3 levels, only 2 levels. WebHelp has the output corrrect 3 levels.
Build tag expressions are dientical for CHM and WebHelp.
For Word doc output, I've tried using the << and >> buttons, but it makes no difference; the topic I want is missing from the left-hand pane, so I cannot transfer it to the right-hand pane.
1. In Win Explorer, copy the topic to another location outside the project.
2. In RH, delete all links to the topic, and then delete the topic.
3. In RH, import the file from the external location.
Any luck? Sometimes RH simply loses track of a topic (the same can also apply to SSLayouts, as well).
I tried that... but it ddn't work. I tried creating a new topic adjacent to the missing one in the ToC, and copied the info from missing to new, but this wouldn't show either!
I tried to rebuild the 'child' book structure within the top level book, but this book doesn't appear in the output. The sub-topics appear as if no book existed above them Is something getting corrupted in the ToC file, or what? I can't help feeling there's something connecting the two.
Our messages must have passed by each other.
This worked - THANK YOU!
Does this mean it was a corrupted SSL?