You would use the Stop & Resume command in the Add window

Re: Interested in an interactive glossary entry. -- GWrinkle
Posted by Marianne , 01/15/2021, 22:36:35 Reply Top of Thread Forum

Every time you want to stop (pause) for the input you add the Stop command which will stop the expansion flow.

To resume the expansion flow you will press your Resume Hotkey, by default it is F8.

Your glossary entry would look like this:

Sodium {Stop}, {Wrap}
potassium
{Stop}, {Wrap}
chloride
{Stop}, {Wrap}
bicarb
{Stop}, {Wrap}
glucose
{Stop}, {Wrap}
calcium
{Stop}, {Wrap}
BUN
{Stop}, {Wrap}
creatinine
{Stop}, {Wrap}
total bilirubin
{Stop}, {Wrap}
AST
{Stop}, {Wrap}
ALT
{Stop}, {Wrap}
alkaline phosphatase
{Stop}, {Wrap}
total protein
{Stop}, {Wrap}
albumin
{Stop}, {Wrap}
WBC
{Stop}, {Wrap}
hemoglobin
{Stop}, {Wrap}
hematocrit
{Stop}, {Wrap}
platelets
{Stop}, {Wrap}
000

{Wrap} directives are not {Enter} commands. They just make it easier to read. You can copy the entry as is into your Add window and assign a short form of your choice. When typing the short form it will expand to Sodium and stop to let you do the input. Then you type your Resume Hotkey F8 to resume, etc. You can stop expanding whenever you want.




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