5.5.1 Mapping paragraph formats to RTF styles
You can remap formats to have other names in the
output file. One reason for doing this might be to enable the use of
Word's paragraph autonumbering facility, which requires use of the predefined
Heading 1 through Heading 9 styles:
; Document para format name = RTF style name (affects
; Always use the remapped (RTF) name in the HelpStyles
; the RTF name must be unique; some examples are
; the Heading N styles support Word outline and
You cannot use [Styles] to merge formats
Even though in FrameMaker the Numbered1 and Numbered formats are really
at the same level, they are not assigned
the same name in the output file. Each style name used for the RTF file
must be unique; you cannot use the [Styles]
section to merge styles. If you try to do so, Word unmerges them for
you, by adding a digit after the repeating name. For example, if you
specify both Numbered1=Heading 7 and Numbered=Heading 7, Word renames the second style
Heading 71. Use the [StyleReplacements]
section to map multiple formats to a single style; see §5.5.2 Merging paragraph formats.
You cannot map to Normal style
For the same reason, avoid mapping any format
to Normal, which Word uses for its first style.
Word renames such mapped styles Normal1, Normal2, and so on.
Null mappings are ignored
Mif2Go ignores any assignment in the [Styles] section that has no entry to the right of
the equals sign.
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