Re: Can Word identify graphic file names?

2009-07-01 Thread Shmuel Wolfson
It depends on how the graphics were inserted. When you insert graphics in Word you have the option to link them to the source file. If they are inserted and linked (or just linked), than in all versions of Word until Word 2007 you could select the graphic and press SHIFT+F9 to reveal the field

RE: Can Word identify graphic file names?

2009-06-30 Thread Jeff Coatsworth
I think there's a trick you can use if the Word doc is one of the new Office 2007 docx formats. The docx document is a collection of files all in xml. I think if you treat it as a zipped file you can get it to extract itself into all of its components in sub-folders (graphics included). Have a

Re: Can Word identify graphic file names?

2009-06-30 Thread Nancy Allison
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Re: RE: Can Word identify graphic file names?

2009-06-30 Thread Nancy Allison
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Fwd: Re: RE: Can Word identify graphic file names?

2009-06-30 Thread Nancy Allison
Sorry, sorry. Here it is in plain text. Jeff suggested something that made me take a look at the html output. You get a folder with all your files if you save to html also, but the graphics are autonumbered image001.jpg, image002.jpg, etc. But, if you look in the htm file itself in Notepad,

Re: Can Word identify graphic file names?

2009-06-30 Thread Carol J. Elkins
Thanks to the folks who suggested that I convert the Word docs to HTML to obtain the filenames for the graphics. If I remember, that was a trick useful when the original graphics are not available because saving to HTML causes Word to convert the graphics to gifs and jpgs. But in doing so,

Re: Can Word identify graphic file names?

2009-06-30 Thread Jeremy H. Griffith
On Tue, 30 Jun 2009 14:26:07 -0600, Carol J. Elkins celk...@awrittenword.com wrote: I've been given a CD with over 1500 graphic files of all formats on it. These graphics are used in a MSWord-formatted manual that I need to convert to FrameMaker. Unlike FrameMaker, which can easily generate a

Re: Can Word identify graphic file names?

2009-06-30 Thread Richard Doll
Carol, In reference to comments made by Nancy Allison and others Easy!!! . . . ??? . . . 0. convert the .doc file to .htm to .txt. 1. the image001 . . . o.title=Yerkes_Inn_Salem_NY/ can be *programatically extracted* to an ASCII listfile.txt via a MSVisualBasic prgm. 2. the CD's Images (tif

Fwd: Re: RE: Can Word identify graphic file names?

2009-06-30 Thread Nancy Allison
Sorry, sorry. Here it is in plain text. Jeff suggested something that made me take a look at the html output. You get a folder with all your files if you save to html also, but the graphics are autonumbered image001.jpg, image002.jpg, etc. But, if you look in the htm file itself in Notepad,