Topic toolbar in Contribute - On Premises 6.4

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The Topic Toolbars give you quick access to commonly used commands in the authoring environment.

Commands for working with topic content are located on the left of the Topic Editor toolbars.

Main toolbar

This button

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Save icon

Save

Save the topic.

Undo

Undo

Reverse the last action in the topic.

Redo

Redo

Reverse the last action applied by the Undo button.

Insert Link

Insert New Link

Create a new Hyperlink, or edit a hyperlink applied to selected text.

Insert Existing Link

Insert Existing Link

Insert an existing hyperlink.

Break link

Unlink

Remove a hyperlink from selected text.

Insert image

Insert Image

Create a new image, or edit the selected image.

Insert Existing Image

Insert Existing Image

Insert an existing image.

Thumbnail button

Insert a File Object from Thumbnail

Insert an existing image by using an image preview.

Cut

Cut

Remove the selected content from the topic.

Copy

Copy

Copy the selected content to the clipboard.

Paste

Paste

Paste the content from the clipboard into the topic.

Find

Find

Find characters or words in your topic.

Replace

Find/Replace

Find and replace characters or words in your topic.

Commands for adding custom characters and viewing the topic are located on the right of the Topic Editor toolbars.

Topic toolbar

This button

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Preview

Preview

Preview the topic content in a separate window.

Insert custom character

Insert Custom Character

Open the custom character window to add custom characters.

Zoom

Zoom drop-down

Enlarge or reduce display for topic.

View XML

View XML

Display the XML for the topic in a separate window.

Print

Print

Print the content of the topic.

Commands for Author-it Xtend highlighting and spell checking a topic are located between the Styles toolbar and the Acrolinx IQ toolbar.

Xtend and Spellcheck toolbar

This button

Does this

Xtend Highlighting button

Xtend Highlighting

Toggle button used to turn the Author-it Xtend highlighting on or off. The button is highlighted when the option is turned on.

Spellcheck button

Perform Spell Check

Spell checks the topic currently open in the Editor.