Producing Output Based on Stationery : Working with Source Documents : Removing Source Documents from Projects
Removing Source Documents from Projects
You can remove source documents from an ePublisher project. Remove source documents from your project when you no longer want to include the content in the source document in your project or in your generated output.
If you are a Stationery designer using ePublisher Designer to design Stationery, when you remove source documents from an ePublisher project, any styles or formats associated with the source document remain in Style Designer. For example, assume that the UserManualTitle style is a style that is specific to only one source document in your project. If you remove the source document that contains the UserManualTitle style from your project, ePublisher retains the UserManualTitle style name and style information in Style Designer. If you want to remove this style from Style Designer, you must manually delete it.
To remove a source document from a project
1. In Document Manager, click the source document you want to remove from your project.
2. On the Edit menu, click Remove.
3. If you want to remove an Adobe FrameMaker source document (.fm file) that is a part of an Adobe FrameMaker book (.book or .bk file) you have added to a project, you cannot remove the Adobe FrameMaker source document from the project using ePublisher. You must remove the Adobe FrameMaker source document from the Adobe FrameMaker book file and then scan the Adobe FrameMaker book file to remove the Adobe FrameMaker source document from your project. For more information about scanning source documents, see “Scanning Source Documents”.
4. Click Yes to confirm that you want to remove the source document from your project.