How to say "DRAFT" in WebHelp

Subject: How to say "DRAFT" in WebHelp
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Date: Thu, 18 Mar 2004 16:36:35 -0500

I know what I used to do for documents that had to go out the door before
the official "GA" release of a product (a big DRAFT "watermark" on every

Now, 80% of my documentation has become WebHelp. Several hundred pages of
it, per product.

What do most of y'all do to show "Not ready for prime time" status, while
incurring the absolute minimum of work for applying and later removing the

I'm using RoboHelp X4.1 on Windows 2000.

I *could* use condition tags... is it really necessary to have "DRAFT" on
every little page? It's ultimately HTML, so anybody could strip that out if
they wanted to.



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