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I am currently trying to set up a report to do the following:
Set up in the footer (preferably) or sub-summary, my page count info. On the right Have the total page count, of the complete printout show as i.e. "Page 1 of total 150 page Monthly Report" This I can do with scripting On the left Have the total page count of the sorted sub-group as i.e. "Page 1 of 3 of Daily Report 2014.11.30" I can not get the 3 info I would like to also merge the <<date for individual report>> if possible but not necessary. My main goal is to get the total for each daily report. Thank you
I have a textbook composed of chapters. The book was simply entered as separate sentences in text field, and chapter titles in another text field. Chapter Title Sentence ABC aaba ABC abac ABC efgdf ABB bdc ABB cdfegdf . . . What I would like is that when I search for a chapter title, to have the result of sentences summed up in a field and separated by serial numbers starting from 1 For example: Searching the above data for the title: ABC should show the output in a field as: aaba (1) abac (2) efgdf (3) Of course chapters have variable numbers of sentences, so the count has to stop with the last sentence.
I really appreciate your help.
New customer of 360Works, first posting. (Sorry if it is in the wrong forum).
I think I have a fairly simple regex problem which, for some reason, is just not clicking with me. I have every conceivable regex-plugin, resource, buddy, magic, you can think of. And my brain is refusing to continue the thought process no matter how hard I try to encourage it. I even have code samples of other regex flavors that supposedly work but when I plug them into 360Works Scribe it stops working.
I need to take a text file (typically Word format but could come in an email) that clients give me and I need to convert to HTML as part of online courses I produce. Got everything working, everything except one last item: the opening and closing </ul> or <ol> tag(s) is where I choke.
Here's a sample:
Take a list of items:
And convert it to html coding:
Sometimes there are nested <ul> or <ol> lists. If it makes a difference, I paste the Word or text file into FMP, convert it to HTML, then strip out all the tags except the CSS and special function HTML tags I need for formatting. And, in theory, when all is done I hit a button and the newly generated eLearning CSS/HTML course page is transferred to Moodle servers and becomes part of an online course. Reducing what used to be hand coded 15 minutes to just seconds and almost zero errors. Except the list issue is throwing a wrench into everything. . At this point I've scraped all of my regex attempts and am open to any and all help. Thanks!
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