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Creating Conditions in Word

The WebWorks Transit menu for Microsoft Word allows you to quickly and easily create conditions you can then use to control content in your source documents. Obtain a list of supported conditions from the Stationery designer, and then create each supported condition in each of your Microsoft Word source documents using the WebWorks Transit menu for Microsoft Word.

The following procedure provides an example of how to create conditions in Microsoft Word source documents using Microsoft Word 2003. Steps for creating conditions in Microsoft Word may be different in other versions of Microsoft Word.

To create a condition in a Microsoft Word source document

  1. Open Microsoft Word.

  2. Ensure that the WebWorks Transit Menu for Microsoft Word is installed on your computer and initialized. For more information, see “Working with the WebWorks Transit Menu for Word” on page 184.

  3. In your Microsoft Word source document, on the WebWorks menu, click Conditions.

  4. Click the Add icon.

  5. In the Type field, type a name for the condition.

For example, if you want to create a condition for content that you want to display in only online content, type OnlineOnly. If you want to create a condition for content that you want to display in only printed content, type PrintOnly.

  1. If you want the content the condition is applied to hidden in Microsoft Word, select the Hidden check box.

  2. If you want to highlight the content the condition is applied to in Microsoft Word, in the Highlight field, select a color from the drop-down list. Highlighting the content the condition is applied to allows you to more easily see the conditionalized content in your Microsoft Word source documents.

  3. Click OK.

  4. Click OK again.

ePublisher/2008.4/Help/03.Preparing_and_Publishing_Content/02.032.Preparing_Word_Files (last edited 2009-04-28 22:35:04 by TonyMcDow)