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Haven't downloaded but do both topics have the same CSS and styles on the first line?
Post back and I will look tomorrow.
Yes, both topics have the same CSS and styles on the first line.
What Print Topic button?
But that is not in the project you put up for download so I cannot see what is wrong with it.
Strange Peter, I just downloaded the file from the link in the first post.
I can see the button in Design View.
It's in the template header, HTML code is
<input type=button value="Print topic" onClick="window.print()">
There's no code like that in what I am looking at. No point in me adding it as the object of the exercise is to look at your code.
Save the two topics and the template as txt files and email those via my site.
Thank you *very* much for your generous offer Peter, but I don't think this will work.
The whole issue is that sometimes a template isn't applied properly (I don't even know how to recreate this specific situation :-) ).
If you were to recreate the files from scratch, this issue probably will not show.
In my real wordl project, I went through each and every topic and re-applied the template. Everything looks OK now.
Thanks again for all your help. It is very much appreciated.
We discovered the following problem with RoboHelp 7 HTML:
Sometimes, when we update a template (that is, its header, footer, or background properties), this change does not propagate to all help topics that are associated with this template.
We found a workaround: In the Topic List, sort the template column. Then, select all topics that are associated with the template in question. Right-click, select Properties, and change the template to "None". Right-click, select Properties, and change the template back to what you want it to be.
This re-set of the templates updates all of the selected topics.
I hope that this helps you in any way.
Thanks a lot for this workaraound Pet3689.
This surely helps, much quicker and easier than re-setting each topic separately