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Displaying Conditionalized Content with Conflicting Settings in Word

You can apply more than one condition to content in your Microsoft Word source documents. If you apply more than one condition to content in your Microsoft Word source document and the conditions that you applied to the content have different show and hide settings, you can specify how you want conditionalized content with conflicting show and hide settings displayed in your Microsoft Word source documents.

For example, you may have content with three conditions applied to it. Two of the conditions applied may be set to show, or display, in the Microsoft Word source document, while one of the conditions may be set to hide, or not display, in the Microsoft Word source document.

If you have multiple conditions applied to content in your source documents with conflicting show and hide settings, you can choose if you want to display the content with conflicting conditions in a Microsoft Word source document or hide the content.

The following procedure provides an example of how to display conditionalized content with conflicting show and hide settings in Microsoft Word source documents using Microsoft Word 2003. Steps for displaying conditionalized content with confecting show and hide settings in Microsoft Word may be different in other versions of Microsoft Word.

To display conditionalized content with conflicting show and hide settings in a Microsoft Word source document

  1. In your Microsoft Word source document, on the WebWorks menu, click Preferences.

  2. If you want to show content that has conditions applied with conflicting show and 'hide settings, select the Give priority to show conditions check box. This check box is selected by default.

  3. If you want to hide content that has conditions applied with conflicting show and 'hide settings, clear the Give priority to show conditions check box.

  4. Click OK.

ePublisher/2008.3/Help/Preparing_and_Publishing_Content/Preparing_Word_Files.2.38 (last edited 2008-10-11 06:33:25 by BenAllums)