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Getting a count of variables (RoboHelp 2015)

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Aug 02, 2017

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Is there a quick way to get a count on the number of variables in a project? I am using RoboHelp 2015. I really, really, really dont want to have to manually count every variable in the UDV pod.

Hmmm, not seeing a quick way to note that. About all I can think to suggest is to click the Tools tab, then Topic Properties > Variables report. Then copy that report and paste into Notepad and strip out the unwanted stuff. Then copy from there and perhaps paste into something like Excel,

But honestly, I'm not sure that's really any better than just counting.

Maybe somebody has a better idea.

Cheers... Rick

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Getting a count of variables (RoboHelp 2015)

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Is there a quick way to get a count on the number of variables in a project? I am using RoboHelp 2015. I really, really, really dont want to have to manually count every variable in the UDV pod.

Hmmm, not seeing a quick way to note that. About all I can think to suggest is to click the Tools tab, then Topic Properties > Variables report. Then copy that report and paste into Notepad and strip out the unwanted stuff. Then copy from there and perhaps paste into something like Excel,

But honestly, I'm not sure that's really any better than just counting.

Maybe somebody has a better idea.

Cheers... Rick

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Hmmm, not seeing a quick way to note that. About all I can think to suggest is to click the Tools tab, then Topic Properties > Variables report. Then copy that report and paste into Notepad and strip out the unwanted stuff. Then copy from there and perhaps paste into something like Excel,

But honestly, I'm not sure that's really any better than just counting.

Maybe somebody has a better idea.

Cheers... Rick

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Yes, I think you are right. I created the report as well. That might be the quicker of the two undesirable options. Thx!

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