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How do I remove, not just hide, "In This Topic" from my guide?

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May 18, 2015

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How do I remove, not just hide, "In This Topic" from my guide?

Try clicking View > Pods > Project Set-up.

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How do I remove, not just hide, "In This Topic" from my guide?

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Adobe Community Professional ,
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Are you referring to an automated In This Topic panel at the start of a topic? If so that is something that has been added presumably by one of your predecessors or you would know you added it. Removing it is simply a matter of selecting it and pressing Delete.

If that is not what you mean, please add a screenshot so that we can see it.


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LEGEND ,
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Yikes... I just deleted this same question from the RoboHelp for HTML Help category and replied to the same question in the HTML 5 category. Looks like it was posted at least 3 times.

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How do I remove 'In this Topic'? I don't want it to appear in my web guide.

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LEGEND ,
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I also deleted the thread over in the HTML 5 forum so only this one remains.

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LEGEND ,
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Based on that screen capture, this would appear to be a Topic TOC Placeholder. If you are seeing it in only one topic, as Peter suggested, just edit the topic and delete the placeholder. If you are seeing it in multiple topics, you likely need to open the Master Page that should be associated with the topic and delete the placeholder from the Master Page.

Cheers... Rick

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Thank you very much Rick. It's appearing in multiple topics. How do I know which one is the Master Page and where do I go to edit it?

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Try clicking View > Pods > Project Set-up.

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James

Also, please don't post the same question in multiple forums. It doesn't get a quicker answer as most of the people who support the forums check all of them. What it does mean is that as well as answering your question, they then have to remove the duplicates. If they don't, someone else comes along and finds the unanswered question and assumes there is no answer.

Please see the sticky topics to find out how to make best use of the forums and where to post.

Glad your problem is sorted.


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