Yes, TableCleaner is absolutely indispensable when you're importing complete Word documents that contain tables into FrameMaker. I couldn't do without it.
But for bringing in a single table (which I believe was the original query), I'll stick with the convert-to-text-before-copying method. In my experience it is quicker to apply clean formatting to the cells of one table that was built from pasted plain text than to fix all the Word-ness of a table that was pulled in as a table even if you have a tool that does most of the work. -Fred Ridder Date: Wed, 18 Jun 2014 13:02:42 -0400 Subject: Re: Word Tables to Frame 12Tables From: ljsims...@gmail.com To: rob...@lauriston.com CC: email@example.com And don't forget Rick Quattro's excellent TableCleaner plugin, which can help make cleaning up Word tables ever so much easier. On Wed, Jun 18, 2014 at 12:43 PM, Robert Lauriston <rob...@lauriston.com> wrote: Second on that approach. On Wed, Jun 18, 2014 at 9:39 AM, Fred Ridder <docu...@hotmail.com> wrote: > Because the Word and FrameMaker table models are fundamentally so different, > I find that it is best to only import the content and nothing relating to > the "tableness". From Word, first use the convert table to text command, > then copy the tab-separated table contents. Paste the text into Frame and > then use convert the table to text command to create a table with the > appropriate table format applied. _______________________________________________
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