2 Replies Latest reply on May 4, 2010 7:59 AM by elemonated

    Contextual Tagging Help

    elemonated Level 1

      So, I have a RoboHelp 8 project that I'm using to output documentation for three different products. Just for the heck of it, we'll call these products A, B, and C. Now, A and B have been around for a while, and I've used contextual tagging to keep their unique content apart. So far, so good. However, product C is now here, and there's a slight problem. I want to use some of the content for A foc C, but not all of it. That is, in a perfect world, I woud be able to tag some of the content as A, some as C, and some as A AND C, and create a conditional output expression in Robohelp that says "it it's just tagged A, exclude it. If it's tagged A AND C, include it." However, I haven't been able to figure out how such an expression would work in RH. Does anyone know if such an expression is possible, and if so, what it would look like? Or am I doomed to going through and duplicating content for both products?