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Deleting a TOC

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Apr 25, 2017

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During the attempt to rename a project (by edititing the hhp file and starting over ) it occured that the new TOC was empty. So I created a new TOC and imported an existing one into it.

After that I now have two TOCs for choice. Just wanted to delete the old (empty one) since it's useless to me now. But the DELETE option in the right click menu is geyed out. So is not the DELETEoption for the TOC that was initially there. Strange, Whay can't I delete that one?

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I'm guessing that one is still designated as the Default. Right click the other TOC and set that as Default.

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Deleting a TOC

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During the attempt to rename a project (by edititing the hhp file and starting over ) it occured that the new TOC was empty. So I created a new TOC and imported an existing one into it.

After that I now have two TOCs for choice. Just wanted to delete the old (empty one) since it's useless to me now. But the DELETE option in the right click menu is geyed out. So is not the DELETEoption for the TOC that was initially there. Strange, Whay can't I delete that one?

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Correct answer by Peter Grainge | Adobe Community Professional

I'm guessing that one is still designated as the Default. Right click the other TOC and set that as Default.

Fixed?


See www.grainge.org for RoboHelp and Authoring information

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I'm guessing that one is still designated as the Default. Right click the other TOC and set that as Default.

Fixed?


See www.grainge.org for RoboHelp and Authoring information

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Thanks. That fixed it. Although when setting the default to the new one and immediately after that deleting the old default, RH9 crashed and the change was ineffective. Starting RH9 again, changeing the Default to the new one, closing the project, re-opeining it and then deleting the old default worked without having it crash.

Anyway, got it solved, thanks.

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