RE: Finding and promoting footnotes
> From: Trevor Nicholls [mailto:trevor@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] > Thanks to those who replied with solutions using keys. I > think I understand > how these would operate, but (like my original xsl) they make > an assumption > which is not valid, namely that we know in advance exactly > what entities are > defined inside the footnotes. But we don't (unfortunately If your structure is the same but for the variety of names you can use my solution by substituting "*" for "TableFootnote" everywhere, in consequence of your use of a moded template. There are probably other structural clues you could use to build a key table. As Wendell pointed out, it is a natural solution to this *ungrouping* problem. Though calling it that would seem to raise an eschatological question, I'd rather think of it as *regrouping*. ----------------------------------- Mike Haarman, XSL Developer, Internet Broadcasting Systems, Inc.
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