In some cases, your topics may contain multiple instances of a specific glossary term. If you have Doc-To-Help automatically create pop-up links for text matching glossary terms, it inserts the glossary pop-up at the first instance of the term in each topic, by default. If you want to modify your Doc-To-Help project so that it uses an instance of the glossary term other than the first, you can use the D2HNoGloss character style.
Simply apply the D2HNoGloss character style to each instance of a glossary term in a topic until you come to the term you want to designate as the pop-up. Do not apply D2HNoGloss to this term. You do not have to apply the D2HNoGloss style to subsequent terms because Doc-To-Help creates the pop-up at the first instance of the term that is not formatted with the D2HNoGloss style.
Note: If all instances of the glossary term are formatted with the D2HNoGloss style, Doc-To-Help does not create a glossary pop-up in that topic.