When setting bookmarks within the ReporterPLUS template, the name does not transfer to the document.
What must I do to ensure the name that I give the bookmark transfers to the generated document? I'm currently seeing b1, b2, etc. as names.
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2 replies Latest Post - 2012-12-11T11:21:33Z by Champagne
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SystemAdmin 110000D4XK1305 PostsACCEPTED ANSWER
Re: ReporterPLUS Bookmarks2012-12-10T14:32:28Z in response to SystemAdminDoes anyone have any thoughts on this issue? I'm trying to insert a table of figures and figure captions into my document using bookmark names. I think this would be a good way to do it if I could name the bookmark. So far, nothing is working.
Here's the site that talks about what I'm trying to do:
Any help with this would be appreciated.
Champagne 2700027YW642 PostsACCEPTED ANSWER
Re: ReporterPLUS Bookmarks2012-12-11T11:21:33Z in response to SystemAdminHi, this seems to be a "featurette" in word generation.
If it helps you will find that generating to RTF will create correctly named bookmarks.
Word will open RTF files and this may give you a way forward.
When I was doing this some time ago (if I scrabble round I may be abe to find the template but don't bet on it) I abandoned the inbuilt styles and output markers that were picked up by my word macros that appiled the word style I was after, one of these was a figure title and another was a table title so word could generate a table of figures, tables etc.
If I remember correctly the markers were similar to HTML Tags i.e. with an opening and a closing tag so I could identify the rage to apply the style to, as long as you don't mind working on the macros you can do almost anything this way, I was going to adapt it so that it was using actual HTML tags but never got round to it, that way I could have created much better tables (my macro also found all the tables in a document and adjusted the column widths, borders etc. but it was a bit primative).