Glossary Maintenance System
ToolBook has the ability to quickly and simply link a
glossary to your application. This can either be a separate book or a
background called glossary in your main application. By creating hotwords
in your main book and then creating pages in the glossary book, ToolBook
will link these together without any OpenScript. When your users
click a hotword then the glossary item will pop up automatically.
here for a simple example of the runtime glossary being used in a
ToolBook DHTML program, note how you only have one glossary window:-)
What is the Glossary Maintenance?
The Glossary Maintenance is designed to automate and
assist you with the creation and maintenance of the glossary books. It
includes many functions and features that affect the look and feel of your
glossary and how it relates to your main application.
Why Do I Need the Glossary Maintenance?
The Glossary Maintenance
set of routines will allow you to control the maintenance of a single
glossary for multiple ToolBook programs and/or multiple glossaries too:-)
How Does the Glossary Maintenance Work During
By adding the Glossary
Maintenance Widget (from the Catalog) to your ToolBook program you will be
able start creating glossary items immediately:-)
The following steps show
just how simple this product is to implement:
First create your Glossary Maintenance
book using the tools provided.
NOTE: If you have an existing glossary then
you would import the items into your new Glossary Maintenance book at this
Add the Glossary Maintenance Widget to
your existing ToolBook program
That's it! Simple right?
At this point you can
start using all of the great features of this product.
Who Developed the Glossary Maintenance?
I am the creator of the Glossary
Maintenance System. I originally designed the product to address Glossary Maintenance
issues for my own ToolBook clients.
Glossary Maintenance Features
in ToolBook version 8.1 and 8.5. Runs natively and in DHTML.
Install and use.
controlled, all of the standard ToolBook features and functions are
controlled by adding the Glossary Widget to your main application.
features and functions work for both Instructor and Assistant, no
runtime glossary templates enable you to modify the look and feel of the
final glossary book.
glossary items (pages in the glossary book).
hotwords in your main application using the glossary items.
glossary items from hotwords previously created in your main
links to glossary items within the glossary book.
to load your existing glossary books and/or combine multiple glossary
book. This means that more than one SME (Subject Matter Expert) in
different locations could maintain the one glossary.
Known As) field, enabling you to reference the same glossary item with
its full name or the acronym.
automatic naming of glossary items and hotwords for those really long
phrases that cannot be used as page names.
look and feel of your popup glossary items.
glossary to word documents.
Glossary Maintenance™ Price
Developer License. Quantity Discounts