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Attention Writers! Do not change page or image names. Do not restrict these pages.

Do not change the names of this page, or any of its children. Documents through the ACS Documentation Wiki are linked back to these pages. If you change the page names, all of the links for those images will be broken, meaning the images will not display. Do not remove or rename any of the documents.

Do not restrict the viewing permissions of these pages. Permissions on these pages carry over to all of the pages that these documents are linked to. Restricting these pages could result in the documents not displaying in other areas of the wiki.

Any PDFs created for documents based out of the Global Inclusions Library MUST be recreated on an individual basis for each SPECIFIC document any time changes are made to the Master Document.

Why

The children of this page act as the central location in which documents that are frequently used in the ACS space are stored. This is so that, rather than attaching the same document to several different pages in the ACS space, they can simply be linked back to a single "master" page.

If you need to update a document that appears frequently in the ACS space, you only have to attach the updated document with the same file name to the corresponding master page.

Please note that this document replace will work only if the documents have been linked back to this page. It will not work for documents that have be uploaded to pages separately, rather than linked back.

You must attach the replacement document with exactly the exact same file name so that it replaces the old document.

How

Click the link for the document you want to update.

Use the Include macro on a page named very specifically for a product or concept, Do not use the Excerpt Include macro, as it does not allow for continual updates.

All MASTER PAGES should use this format: _Contact Infomation; _Custom Information for Page Titles. The underscore makes it easy to instantly know if you are looking at a Master Page, and therefore helps prevent accidental edits to a Master Page.

Once you've added a Master Page and linked to it using the Include macro, copy the Link Id for the new page and add it to the Internal List at the bottom of each page so we can track where each Master Page is linked.