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Unfortunately you are misunderstanding how DUCC works. You don't create it by generating seperate layouts. Instead, you generate a single layout that has DUCC configured.
Basically, you edit the properties of your Single Source Layout recipe. Then you click the Content Categories section.
In this area you define your different categories such as Administrator, aTest Engineer, and Operator by clicking the New button.
Then you edit each category to define the associated TOC and whatnot.
Once you have done this and generated, you should then things should just be DUCC'y!
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Aha! Thanks for the prompt and helpful answer. I have to say that I have been searching in the Help topics and was unable to find a clear instruction on how to do this. Easy when you know how. Perhaps this could be added to the RoboHelp 9 Help for other users.