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Specifying Page Output File Names in Word

Specify specific names for page output files when you generate output using Filename markers. Insert Filename markers into your source document for each page you want to specify a file name for when you generate content.

To specify a file name for a page output file, your Stationery and template must have the Filename marker type configured. Your output format must also support this feature. For more information about output formats that support this feature, see “Features Available in Each Output Format” on page 8.

The following procedure provides an example of how to specify page output file names in Microsoft Word source documents using Microsoft Word 2003. Steps for specifying page output file names in Microsoft Word may be different in other versions of Microsoft Word.

To specify page output file names in a Microsoft Word source document

  1. In your Microsoft Word source document, locate the page for the topic to which you want to assign a specific file name. For more information about creating pages using page breaks, see “Specifying Page Breaks Settings” on page 329.

  2. Insert your cursor at the beginning of the first heading on the page.

  3. On the WebWorks menu, click Insert Filename Marker.

  4. In the Filename field, complete the following steps:

  5. Type the file name you want to specify for the output page file. Do not include the output file extension when you type the file name text.

  6. Click OK. ePublisher inserts the Filename marker into your Microsoft Word source document.

  7. Save your Microsoft Word source document.

  8. Generate output for your project. For more information, see “Generating Output” on page 300.

  9. In Output Explorer, verify ePublisher created an output file using the file name you specified. For more information, see “Viewing Output in Output Explorer” on page 305.

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