If you are on a Windows platform, you can set specific heading styles on
four levels in Wordplug. For example, in your case, you can set 'Titolo 1'
as the level1_header.
Please check out this tutorial exercise:
Please note that this option is not available on Linux. At last, make sure
the description_tags option is selected.
> A while since I've been on the list - anybody able to help me with the
> following please?
> I seem unable to get GS to break my Word or ODT documents into sections
> by recognising the heading styles. I'm also struggling to understand
> just how to do it properly. Here's what I've done so far.
> 1. Taking a long .doc (it was scanned) I noted it was using several Word
> styles, though in Italian, so 'heading 1' was actually reading as
> 'Titolo 1'. Since it was a scanned document, I thought there may be
> some problems and when I opened that in OO.o it didn't list the headings
> - didn't seem to be recognising them.
> 2. So I tried two things - I configured Wordplug (the document was saved
> as .doc) to read the scripting. Just that. No luck - flat document
> still. Then I saved the document as .odt but redid the headings. No
> luck - flat document!
> What am I doing wrong? Would it be the position of the plug in the
> list? Do I need to describe the plug configuration differently?
> And one other question along these lines. How else might I prepare a
> Word doucment to be read in sections. If I type in the <section> etc
> tags they obviously become visible and I don't wan't that (I could of
> course white them out, but maybe there's another way to prepare a Word
> document so I get the 'book' icon and chpaters laid out below?
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