Bookmarks are used to specify the information to be included in reports.
Bookmarks consist of a data type, a separator (the underscore “_”) and an operation to perform along with optional parameters.
|PROD_LIST||Include the Product Checklist (The table containing the list of products)|
|PROD_PBS||Include the PBS|
|ACT_PROJECT||Include the Project Level Information for the project.|
Bookmarks may be combined within a bookmark field using the Pipe “|” character.
|FMT_PAGE|PROD_LIST||Insert a page break before including the Product Checklist|
|PROD_PBS|FMT_PAGE|PROD_PFD||Insert the PBS, a page break, and the PFD|
Do not include leading or trailing “|” characters in the string.
Additional Bookmarks are defined in the following topics:
- Common Operations
- PBP View Bookmarks
- Organisation View Bookmarks
- Record View Bookmarks
- Project Bookmarks
- Other Bookmarks
Bookmark structure in a MS Word Document
NOTE: To see an example of a Project Plan Template that includes bookmarks, please download the EventDP2 example along with the Project Plan Template
Bookmarks have a 'BeginMark', 'Text', and EndMark
To Insert a bookmark into a MS Word document:
- Select the Text you want to enclose in a bookmark
- Use Insert >> Bookmark
- Enter the name of the bookmark using the format above
- Click Add
the Text enclosed in the bookmark, must be either:
- The name of the bookmark e.g. PROD_PBS or
- Text enclosed by the following Markers <|, |>
For example, the following can be added as an instruction:
<| The PBS Goes Here |>
This naming allows the bookmark text to be visible in the document and to be removed prior to inserting the information identified by the bookmark.
The Project Plan Template includes a number of bookmarks inserted in this style.
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