Composition Procedure: Prepare the File
Load ScML styles.
Review and resolve potential note issues.
Run initial cleanups to apply ScML character styles.
Initial Preparation, Note Handling, and Character Rendering
- Load ScML Styles.
- Review and resolve potential note issues.
- Run from the Cleanup menu
- Open the Note Manager tool. Review the Warnings tab. If there are no warnings, this tab will read . If there are warnings, resolve them before running any Hub conversions.
from the Cleanup menu. If you have non-ScML character styles in the document, click .
- When the Associate Styles window appears, choose the option to hide ScML styles, unmapped “B” and “I” styles, and paragraph styles. This displays the non-ScML character styles only.
- Select each character style in the box on the left. Then click
to cycle through the instances of the style in the document.
- If the style can be mapped directly to a single ScML character style, select the appropriate ScML style in the right box and then click .
- Note whether there are any non-ScML character styles that do not map to a single character style. For instance, sometimes Emphasis will be applied to both italic and non-italic text. When this is the case, do not associate the source style with a single ScML character style.
- Click OK to apply the style transformations.
- If there are non-ScML character styles that cannot be mapped to a single style, run under the Cleanup menu and select .
- If there are still non-ScML character styles, associate any remaining character styles.
- Run from the cleanup menu.
- Use the dialog box to associate character styles only.
- To remove a character style, associate it with Default Paragraph Font.
Next Step: Apply Styles
- Return to the Word Composition Procedure.
- Go to Comp: Apply Styles.