Subject: Re: [xsl] Converting XML into ODT document to print as paper|
From: "Peter Flynn peter@xxxxxxxxxxx" <xsl-list-service@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 30 Sep 2020 10:20:39 -0000
On 30/09/2020 09:57, Peter Flynn peter@xxxxxxxxxxx wrote:BUTb&all these solutions depend on the Word file using Names Styles consistently, and that's a human (editorial) requirement too.
The first two editions of my book [...] totally relied on authors using a closed/locked/shared template with fixed styles and macros.
[...] as the author you were completely constrained to use the fixed
You were very fortunate that Wrox understood the problem so well, and had the time and skills to make the changes.You could negotiate changes with the editor (the templates could be fine-tuned for each book if there were special requirements e.g. for running heads) but you couldn't make them unilaterally.
[...] the Wiley process where the [...] final production work, including indexing, was lost when you started work on the next edition.
It's amazing what you can do in Word with the right skill set and with good processes.
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