Creating Reviewer-Commented Document
Here’s a simple example of a conditional text document: In this scenario, consider that you have written a document to be reviewed by two experts. Each reviewer will provide comments on the content of your document. Your goal is to have both reviewers enter their comments into the same document so you can view both sets of comments and content together in context.
In this section, you are guided through the steps to conditional text: planning, creating tags, applying tags, and working with conditions.
Planning the Reviewer-Commented Document
As always, make a plan! Spending time to plan your attack always results in more efficient use of FrameMaker, not to mention your time.
First, determine how many reviewers ...
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