At 08:30 AM 5/8/2006, Jim Light wrote: >I need to create a conversion table to convert a non-structured document >to SFM. ... How does the conversion mechanism deal with insets?
Jim, Since text insets remain text insets when a document is structured, the conversion table cannot change the imported content. In particular, it cannot specify an assignment of elements within them. It can wrap a new element around them. Use the code TI: in the first column of the conversion table to specify text insets. >My second question is: When I save a structured file as XML, if the file >contains a text inset, is this reference saved as a reference in the XML >file or is the content of the inset sucked into the XML file (or do I >have a choice)? That depends on the type of text inset. An XML text inset is saved as an entity reference; other text insets are converted to text on export. --Lynne Lynne A. Price Text Structure Consulting, Inc. Specializing in structured FrameMaker consulting, application development, and training lprice at txstruct.com http://www.txstruct.com voice/fax: (510) 583-1505 cell phone: (510) 421-2284