There are options for selective publishing, publishing by role, and skipping advanced options.
You can choose to publish the entire outline or just the items you selected in the outline. If you are publishing to a format which has a table of contents, such as a Player package, a training guide, or an instructor manual, your results may differ depending on what you have selected and what you have open in the Outline Editor. Note the following:
For example, you have Topic 1 and Topic 2, both of which are contained in Section A. Section A is in turn contained in Module 1. You open the Module 1 document in the Outline Editor, select Topic 1, and choose to publish only that topic to a Player package. After publishing, in the Player window, Module A will appear in the title bar of the window, Section A appears as the highest level in the outline pane on the left, and Topic 1 appears below Section A. If, however, you open the Section A document in the Outline Editor and publish only Topic 1 to a Player Package, Section A appears in the title bar of the resulting Player Package and the outline pane contains only Topic 1.
Publish by Role
You can choose to publish by roles to filter content. If you have roles assigned to the content you are publishing, the Publish by roles option is available. When you select it, the Select Roles button becomes available, which opens the Select Roles dialog box. The list of roles includes only the roles available for the content you are publishing. You can select as many roles as desired. Only the items in the selected content that are associated with the specified roles will be included in the published output.
Skip Advanced Options
There is an option to skip the Advanced Options page. When it is disabled, the Advanced Options page appears next in the Publishing Wizard. In addition, your choice for this setting becomes the default until you change it again.
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