SetChapterNumbering Document Command

SETCHAPTERNUMBERING Document Commands

Sets the chapter numbering system for chapters in a chapter or document. All chapters inside the specified (or current) chapter or document will be affected.

setchapternumbering [START ] [MASTERPAGE name] [FORMAT type] [LANGUAGE name] [PREFIX string] [DOCUMENT name | CHAPTER name | WINDOW name]

START/k The numbering method.

Options: AUTOMATIC Automatic numbering.
CUSTOM/i Manual numbering and the start number.
MASTERPAGE The master page to use for blank pages.

FORMAT/k

The number format: DEFAULT |LONG | ARABIC | ROMANUPPER | ROMANLOWER | ALPHAUPPER | ALPHALOWER.

LANGUAGE/s The number language:
DEFAULT Document/chapter default.
AMERICAN American English.
ENGLISH International English.
FRANCAIS French.
DEUTSCH German.

PREFIX/s The prefix string.

DOCUMENT/s The document name. Default=current.

WINDOW/s The window name. Default=current.

CHAPTER/s The document/chapter name.

Default=current.

Notes:

The START parameter is required because you can actually set the ending chapter number. This feature is not supported at this time, but the START parameter is required for future compatibility.

Examples:

setchapternumbering start manual 2

 

SetChapterNumbering  Command Definition  url:PGScmd/setchapternumbering
  created:2006-03-31 10:52:53   last updated:2006-03-31 10:52:53
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User Contributed Comments For SetChapterNumbering
Dan Kilroy wrote...2006-05-04 16:33:59

Script command submitted from PageStream internal documentation. Needs to be checked and merged with the command documentation above.

Gets the {...} .

SetChapterNumbering ([START <AUTOMATIC | AUTOEVEN | AUTOODD | CUSTOM n>] [LENGTH <AUTOMATIC | AUTOEVEN | AUTOODD | CUSTOM n>] [MASTERPAGE masterpage] [FORMAT <DEFAULT | LONG | ARABIC | ROMANUPPER | ROMANLOWER | ALPHAUPPER | ALPHALOWER> [LANGUAGE <DEFAULT | language>] [PREFIX prefix] [DOCUMENT document | CHAPTER document:... | WINDOW document-window])


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User Contributed Comments For SetChapterNumbering