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Good day to all!
I'm in the middle of re-designing a glossary that was one of my first projects when I started with my current employer, nearly a year ago. I've decided to implement something mentioned more than once here:
That would be: Having one term per page, and using the Content by Label macro on the index page. These pages will all have the same structure, more or less.
The flies in the ointment
The existing glossary is all terms on one page, and I have no ability to create user macros.
What I needed was to combine creating pages based on a Word doc and creating a page based on a template. As far as I can tell, this isn't possible. Nor is it possible to create multiple identical pages from a template.
I had only ever used the Word multi-page method to create blank new pages. The source document only had headings. What if there's non-heading text in between the headings?
Eureka! I can do a great big copy, massage things in Word, then use that as a source document.
There'll be work to do, but at least that won't be creating a large number of pages one at a time, or copy pieces of the one-pager to distinct pages over and over.
All my best,