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Separating Glossary details into different columns within a table in Doc Factory

Separating Glossary details into different columns within a table in Doc Factory

To do this, use the following commands within your Doc Factory template inside a table. This will help you split, for example, the term and the definition into separate columns within the table.

$BEGIN_Glossary_ROW/$END_Glossary_ROW instead of $BEGIN_GLOSSARY/$END_Glossary.

These will use your placement of commands to print the results into the specific section of the table such as the definition into the right hand column.

See below:

$BEGIN_Glossary_ROW - Insert this where you wish the glossaries to start printing within a table
$END_Glossary_ROW - Must be used in the last line of the bottom-right most cell.

Note: Ensure these are not placed with a BEGIN_SECTION/END_SECTION command as you cannot have a section within a section and this will crash the report.

Below is an example output using the command above.

SI: 2806403

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