Without knowing the ins and outs of Miramo (because there may be a tool there), I think it would be close to trivial to include a FrameScript in your workflow that sets the Word header rows to FM's Header Rows. I'd suggest Rick Quattro, author of TableCleaner, as a good source if you don't want to roll your own... www.frameexpert.com.
Cheers, Art On 1/24/07, Gainsley, Margaret <margaret.gainsley at medtronic.com> wrote: > Hello again, > > I have had some inquiries that I would like to answer globally about > what we are doing with Word in a db and transforming using Miramo into > FrameMaker. > > We are using a requirements db (Doors). Some of our data that was > originally displayed in complexed FrameMaker tables (rotated text in > header rows and large spanning tables) has an undesirable display for > the authors editing in Doors. In these cases we are embedding the large > complexed tables in a word file within Doors. When we publish our review > documents, we are transforming the Word file along with all the rest of > the requirements into the Miramo file giving us a very VERY nice > FrameMaker file. Our issue is to get these huge word tables to create a > heading row for multi page repeat functionality. > > All in all, FrameMaker has a very nice import tool for word tables. Now > if Adobe would preserve Words header and body rows and perhaps map the > styles without overrides, then I would be EXTRAORDINARILY pleased. > > Margaret A. Gainsley > > Medtronic, Inc. > Business Process Improvement > 763.514.2685 > _______________________________________________ -- Art Campbell art.campbell at gmail.com "... In my opinion, there's nothing in this world beats a '52 Vincent and a redheaded girl." -- Richard Thompson No disclaimers apply. DoD 358