Customizing Variable Settings in Projects
In a project, you can use the variable values defined in your source document. You can also change the value of any variable in your source document in a project. Changing the value of a variable in a project does not change or affect the value of the variable in your source document. You can use the value of the variable you defined in your project when you generate output. Before you can work with variables in projects, you must insert variables in your source documents. For more information about variables and inserting variables and conditions in your source documents, see “Using Variables in FrameMaker” on page 115 and “Using Variables in Word” on page 214.
To customize a variable in a project
On the Project menu, select the target next to Active Target for which you want to customize variable settings.
On the Target menu, click Variables. You must have target modification permissions to modify variable settings for a target. For more information, see “Customizing Target Settings” on page 339.
In the Name column, find the variable you want to modify.
If you want the your ePublisher project to use the variable value defined in your 'source document, click in the Value field for the variable, and then select Use document value from the drop-down list.
If you want to change the variable value ePublisher uses when generating output, click in the Value field for the variable, and then type in a new value for the variable.
Generate your output. For more information, see “Generating Output” on page 313.
Review your output and confirm that variables display appropriately in your generated output. For more information, see “Viewing Output” on page 317.