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Open title's source documents

 How about just creating a plain, old-fashioned DOS batch file to do that? Just a thought...

 

smithmarkc said:

Whenever I create a new title, I usually create a folder within the title directory called "Source Files." I dump all of the project's associated materials with it (*.doc, *.ppt, etc.) so that I can reference it at a later date. Once I open my title, I'm usually open up many of those source files so that I can use them while working in Lectora.

It would be nice if, within Lectora, I could specify source documents for a title. Then when I open my title, Lectora would open the appropriate source files in the appropriate program (i.e. project_storyboard.doc would open in Word). It would save a little time at the beginning of each day. This would have to be set on a title by title basis.

Another possible way to address this would be to, upon creating a new title, Lectora would automatically create a "source documents" folder within the title's folder. Then have a button/menu command within the UI that would open that folder in Windows Explorer.
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