Add a custom test set
If the default document sets are not sufficient for your requirements, or you simply want to test your project using a fresh set of documents, you can create a new document set that contains the desired documents.
You can create a custom document set by following these steps:
- Open the Documents window if it is not already open.
Documents window, on the toolbar, click
Open Document Set
The Open Document Set window is displayed.
- Type in the Path or browse to the location where the test documents are located.
File type group, select a
"Automatic".If you have mixed file types, or are unsure what file types you have, select
If you select "Source" files, select one or more of the available file types.
Optionally, in the
Options group, select
Include subdirectories if the documents are nested in a hierarchy.
Selecting this option means that the subfolders are automatically searched for nested documents to include in the document set.Using Document Set to configure a Project Hierarchy for more information.The other options now available are not normally required when opening a document set for testing and optimizing a project. As a result, none of these options are mentioned here. If you want to use these options, please see
OK to save your settings and close the
Open Document Set window.
A new document set is added to the bottom of the list of document sets in the Documents window.If you close your project at this time, the newly added document set does not are displayed in the list of document sets. It does however, are displayed in the list of Recent Documents so you can quickly access it in the future.
Optionally, right-click the header of the newly created document set and select
Keep Document Set Reference in Project.
This permanently associates this document set with your the project so it is always visible on the Documents window.
If you do not perform this step, assuming you chose to save the document structure, this document set is available in the "Recent Documents" list.
- Add documents to your document subset as required.