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Posted by: Walter Daniel
Posted on: Aug 29th, 2002, 12:39am
HELP.... My customers need the ability to search my cd based catalog for ordering purposes how is this accomplished in the program???
Posted by: Jose Zaldivar
Posted on: Sep 4th, 2002, 2:57pm
I have the exact same requirement. I have a client that publishes hundreds of pages in CD-Rom. We are looking for a product that can allow us to search WITHIN the CD-Rom. It can just be a simple search interface.
Could someone reply ASAP.
Jose Zaldivar Project Manager - Kryos Systems 403 - 509 3800 Canada
Posted by: Peter Porter
Posted on: Sep 5th, 2002, 6:49pm
On page 56 of the PDF Manual, I believe you will find the answer your looking for. It states:
CD Wizard comes with a built-in keyword search and full-text search engine. If more than one hypertext is included on the CD, these search capabilities are limited within each hypertext. You can prompt users to press “Search” to start a search, or you can even place a link or an image/button that shows the search window when clicked: to do this, use "Insert >Special link” and select the last tab.
I hope this may prove of some help.
Posted by: Support Staff
Posted on: Sep 10th, 2002, 3:15pm
Yes, Peter is right. The Reader program that is automatically included in each CD contains a built in full-text search engine, and keyword search. You have not to insert a form, it is built-in: the user just has to press the "search" button in the toolbar (or use the Find menu). You can also create a link that automatically shows the search window. Please see the PDF manual for more info.