OFCE-152 -- Mapping to Word Styles

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    K15t Support Team

    Hi Brian,

    Does this mean you would define a style in your Word template named "Normal Table" or something and want Scroll Office to assign this style?

    There is no mapping of word styles possible at present. I have created a feature request for this here: http://k15t.jira.com/browse/OFCE-152  If you have any comments on this, please just post here.

    -Stefan

     

    PS: The mapping of the headings is actually a bit more sophisticated. The headings are based on the level of the page in the exported page tree *and* the heading level on that page. More Info is available here: http://k15t.com/display/OFCE/How+Scroll+handles+Headings

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    Felicity Chapman

    We would also find table styles useful, ideally two styles for table cell and table title cells. It would also be great it you could assign a style to a macro, for example, the code macro.

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    Brian Wallis

    Hi Stefan, Exactly what I meant. Some form of mapping between the various elements in the wiki pages to selected styles in the word document. Not sure how you would do this, some sort of table of mappings somewhere.

    thanks.

    P.S. How is release 2.1 coming along?

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    K15t Support Team
    Hi Felicity,
    that's a good hint. Before we actually have a mapping option, we might go with a naming convention initially. E.g. Scroll Office looks for a style with certain name ('Normal_TableCell' or 'Normal_TableHeader'), and then assigns it to the text in the table cell. If this style is not present, Scroll Office will just use Normal.

    -Stefan

     

     

    This will not make it into 2.1 as it is already in testing (to be released next week). Expect the mapping to be in 2.2.

    However, before we actually have a mapping option, we might go with a naming convention. E.g. Scroll Office looks for a style with certain name ('Normal_TableCell' or 'Normal_TableHeader'), and then assigns it to the text in the table cell. If this style is not present, Scroll Office will just use Normal. Does that make sense?

    -Stefan

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    Oscar García Chillón

    Hi,

    It makes complete sense. We are really looking forward to have a proper way of handling table styles.

    Thanks

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