6. Work with the Freeform Editoradd chapter
|Editor Button||Keyboard Short Cut||Description|
|Fetch all||Transfer single selected areas into Freeform Editor|
|Special Characters||STRG-S||Open Special Characters Editor|
|Mark as TOC||STRG+ I or STRG+1||Mark text as table of content entry|
|Mark as Title||STRG-T or STRG+3||Mark text as title|
|Mark as Subtitle||STRG+SHIFT+T||Mark text as subtitle|
|Mark as Authors||STRG-U or STRG+2||Mark text as author|
|Mark as Page||STRG-P or STRG+4||Mark text as page number|
|Mark as Abstract||Mark text as abstract|
|Settings||Settings for the automatic C-3 Plus Engine in the Freeform Editor|
|Extract||Extract all defined information into C-3 Plus Editor.|
6.1 Functionsadd section
After using the button ‘fetch all’ the information of the selected areas are already tagged as TOC. Now you have to mark and tag all categories (author, title, page …).
Before leaving the freeform editor don’t forget to save your work, if you want to work with those information later.
6.2 Taggingadd section
To define text by tagging it you have to mark text with your mouse by clicking over it or with your keyboard and your mouse by pressing SHIFT on the keyboard and clicking from the beginning until the end of the text. After that you have to press the right category (author, title, page …) with the button. After that the text is tagged.
6.3 Save, Settings and Extractadd section
After all entries are tagged save your progress with the saving button. If you have special stop-words or need separators for your authors click on the setting buttons and change settings.
If everything is fine you can extract your results. Click the extract button, leave the freeform editor by clicking the freeform button again and work on your results in the C-3 editor.