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Filters Read Me - Import Export Filters ReadMe April 2007...

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1 April 2007 Adobe Systems Incorporated TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Overview 3. Plain Text 5. Features Not Supported by the Word and RTF Filters 6. Features Not Supported by the Excel Filter 7. Additional Information OVERVIEW This document contains basic information on importing and exporting files to and from the following applications or file formats: • Plain text: import and export • Rich Text Format (RTF): import and export • Microsoft Word 97–98, 2000–2007, and Word X-2004 for Mac: import only • Microsoft Excel 97–98, 2000–2007, and Excel X-2004 for Mac: import only Please refer to the InCopy and InDesign Help documentation or User Guide for instructions on importing and exporting files. Below is a list of additional enhancements and new features added to Import Word/RTF/Excel and Export RTF that are not already covered by the InDesign CS3 or InCopy CS3 User Guides. Support for Live Bullets and Numbering in Word/RTF Import Bullets and Numbering imported from Word and RTF files can now be converted to text or kept as live bullets and numbers. Please note the following: 1. Each list in Word imports as a separate list in InDesign. Tese lists will be named automatically and have unique names during import, so that lists imported from different Word documents do not clash. Tere will be a prefix “Word Imported list” for these auto-generated lists. 2. Imported List will not continue across stories or book. 3. List attributes of Paragraph will be applied as overrides over Paragraph Style. No new Para- graph Style will be created.
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2 Support of DOCX and XLSX format. Microsoft Office 2007 introduces new XML and ZIP-based file formats, called the Microsoft Office Open XML Formats, as the default for Word 2007 and Excel 2007. The new XML default extensions for Word and Excel 2007 are .docx and .xlsx, respectively. In order to read these new formats, InDesign CS3 has two separate readers, one for Office 2003, Office 95-97 Word and Excel documents and a second for Office 2007 Word and Excel documents. Please note: 1. For Office 2003 or below, table style formatting is imported in InDesign and imported tables will have the same formatting as the Word file. 2. For Office 2007, default table style formatting does not get imported unless an override is applied on the Word file. PLAIN TEXT Importing Plain Text The Text import filter allows you to specify the character set and dictionary language to use when importing a text file. This option is useful if the imported text includes character set-specific special characters. If you do not specify the character set in which these special characters are encoded, the characters may get mapped to other characters. Please note that if the imported text file contains BOM (Byte Order Mask) of UTF-16, the character set and platform dropdown will be grayed out. Supported character sets are as follows:
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