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I'm not at a PC that has RH on it at the moment - I know may my prize roses be struck down by a thousand locusts - but my thinking is that a page is just a TOC entry. The TOC is just a series of "books" and "pages" that sit within a book. You add a page to the TOC which displays to a topic.
I'll bow to anyone with QTA experience out there.
Thanks Colum. May your roses stay safe and beautiful!
You may well be right, but I still don't understand. Until now, I have always created topics as part of books, without any need for pages. Why does someone ever need to create a page, if the topic can have the direct connection to the TOC?
Looking forward to your answer (which probably bears no relationship to QTA).
In this context topics and pages are one and the same thing.
You create topics. In the TOC you create books and link to pages. The pages are the topics you have created.