The following tabs can be opened or closed, and arranged within the Editor layout to provide the information you want to see. The Book Contents tab opens by default when you open the Editor.
Book Contents tab
The Book Contents tab, which automatically opens when you open a book or topic in Editor, displays a structured hierarchical list of the objects that make up the content of your document, including your topics, the Table of Contents and Index, and so on. The tab includes a toolbar for working with the book's contents.
Books using this topic tab
The Books using this Topic tab is used to locate other books that include the open topic. You can also use the tab to switch from topic view to book view.
The Search tab lets you locate objects in your book, or anywhere in the library, and add them to your current book or topic without moving focus away from the Editor. The search results are displayed directly in the tab, so you don't have to minimize or move windows to work with the object.
Structure rules define the properties that are applied to a paragraph. The Rules tab displays verification (pass, fail, or content not matched to a rule) for each paragraph in the current topic.
The Example tab displays a topic with information that guides the author in creating content that will validate against the structure criteria. The example topic can include any information that is appropriate for the author. The example topic is optional and does not have to be linked to a template's structure.