The first part is similar to item 1 of our July 2010 mailing. We responded (with an example attached):Hi, I´m doing my theses in SWP and I have 2 questions:
1. How can I change the world "Contents" for "Contenidos" if I´m using a table of contents.
2. I want the introduction to be a section, but I don´t want it to be numbered, How can I do that?
I hope you can help me, thanks!!
Do please download the attachment from https://www.sciword.co.uk/mailings/contentsname.tex and Typeset - Preview PDF to see the unnumbered section (Introduction), together with the Spanish name for the Table of Contents (both on p1).Thanks for your message. To resolve these two issues:
Please see the .tex file attached.
- Add the line
to your Typeset - Preamble
- Right-click and choose Properties at the start of your Introduction section heading, and select "unnumbered"
(Thanks Steve.) Surely not many of you are still using version 4.0, are you - and missing all the benefits available from the later versions 5.0 and 5.5, as described on our website at https://www.sciword.co.uk/v5-0.htm and https://www.sciword.co.uk/v5-5.htm ?"You may be interested to know that, having changed my computer, I recently re-installed my ancient copy of Scientific Workplace 4.0 on Windows 7 without doing anything fancy. I then downloaded the update to version 4.1 and installed that. Everything, including registration, went without a hitch and I didn't need to do anything fancy."
Our reply is best understood from the file we sent him: download and open https://www.sciword.co.uk/mailings/tablenotes.tex , and click on Typeset - Preview PDF to see how to create notes with a Floating table, and with a table pasted in as a Displayed graphic."Hi, I have two (related) questions. I would like to write notes under my tables. How can I do it? Now the second question. To circumvent the problem, i copied a table as figure and then pasted it. But the problem is that automatically the caption is denoted as Figure 1. How can eliminate "Figure 1"?"
Our solution was very simple:"When creating an index entry, I mark an index-word, say 'children", and it goes into the index. However, I want ALL of the times that word appears to be listed, but the computer only lists that specific word I marked.
How can I make the computer find ALL times that word appears, and list their respective page numbers?
I am using Scientific Workplace 5.50
Thanks in advance."
If you download the file we attached, be sure to click Typeset - Compile PDF - Generate an Index before you click on Typeset - Preview PDF so as to see the one-word Index created on p6. How might you want to make use of the power of indexes?Once you have got the index working, why not simply do a Find and Replace and shown in the attached graphic for the sample document attached?