Using a Paragraph Style for Related Topics Lists
You can use a paragraph style to define a related topics list. Create a unique paragraph style to use specifically for the related topics list items. The writer should create a list of links in a topic in the source document, and apply the paragraph style to each list item.
To define a paragraph style for a related topics list
Open your Stationery design project.
On the View menu, click Style Designer.
On the Project menu, click a target in the Active Target menu option that is an output format that supports this option.
In Paragraph Styles, select the paragraph style you want to define as the related topics list. This paragraph style is applied to all paragraphs in a related topics list.
On the Options tab, select the appropriate value for the Related topic option. For more information about this option, click Help.
To display the list of related topics in the body of the topic, select Define.
To display the list of related topics only when the Related Topics button is clicked, select Define with no output.
Note: The Show related topics inline button and the Show related topics toolbar button target settings specify whether to include related topics buttons and where to include them. If you select Define for your related topics paragraph style and you enable the Show related topics inline button setting, both the list of related topics and the related topics button itself are displayed in the topics with related topics.