Hi, I have downloaded the evaluation version of Activ E-book and have played with it a little bit. I like what it has to offer.
I was wondering if there is a way to expand the search functionality. My objective is to define search form fields and search the pages of the e-book based on those fields (much like a database). The built-in functionality only has one search field.
It looks like I can make a form page easy enough. I am wondering if I can tag certain pages or even objects on a page and then have the search engine look for those criteria. Perhaps, I can search the keywords.
Here is a simple example: The e-book would list universities. I list a program name and its cost. Then I would like to search based on either or both criteria. With something like cost, I would like to enter a range.
I may be asking a lot, and I realize a database would be better suited, but I like the idea of an e-book for this particular idea.
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