Working with Topic/See Page Tables in FS Pro 2013

When you have a large document with multiple Topic/See Page tables, adding or deleting content in the document often used to mean that you had to update every Topic/See Page table separately again. FS Pro 2013 solves this issue by introducing the function Update All Topic/See Page tables.

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Guest - Ian Hendra on Wednesday, 10 October 2012 23:07

Very good functionality. When are you going to offer a more attractive layout option than the existing one? Funnily enough, I don't really want my documentation to look like everyone else's particularly when Word has a decent range of style options under the Home tab and it's easy to make personalised ones!

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Very good functionality. When are you going to offer a more attractive layout option than the existing one? Funnily enough, I don't really want my documentation to look like everyone else's particularly when Word has a decent range of style options under the Home tab and it's easy to make personalised ones!
Guest - Tom Van der Vennet on Thursday, 11 October 2012 09:19

Hello Ian! FS Pro has indeed a basic layout, which is typically and research based. Especially with the block lables, block text and block lines. However, you can adapt the look&feel of your document to your own needs with the Style Manager. Have a look at this movie to see how it works: http://www.informationmapping.com/en/resources/blog/entry/integrated-style-manager. I hope this helps!

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Hello Ian! FS Pro has indeed a basic layout, which is typically and research based. Especially with the block lables, block text and block lines. However, you can adapt the look&feel of your document to your own needs with the Style Manager. Have a look at this movie to see how it works: http://www.informationmapping.com/en/resources/blog/entry/integrated-style-manager. I hope this helps!
Guest - Kathy on Thursday, 15 November 2012 20:14

Is the 2013 version compatible with XP and Windows 7?

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Is the 2013 version compatible with XP and Windows 7?
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