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112 112  See also [[Inserting and Editing Macros>>#HInsertingandEditingMacros]] for a detailed description of how macros can be inserted and edited.
113 113  
114 114  ====Import ====
115 -Import office files. See [[Importing Office Content>>#HImportingOfficeContent]].
115 +Import office files.
116 +|(% rowspan="3" %)[[image:ImportOfficeDocument.png||style="border: 1px solid black;"]]|1. The user can import an entire Microsoft Office Word document.
117 +|2. The user can copy or paste the content of an office document from or in the clipboard.
118 +See [[Importing Office Content>>#HImportingOfficeContent]].
116 116  
117 117  === Tabs ===
121 +[[image:tabs.png||style="border: 1px solid black;"]]
118 118  
119 -image:tabs.png
120 120  
121 121  The user can view or edit the document source code by clicking on the Source tab (for advanced users). **The source code is not necessarily HTML**. It depends on the editor configuration. Usually the source code is in wiki syntax but the editor supports any syntax that can be converted to and from HTML.
122 122  
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142 142  
143 143  === Editing Area ===
144 144  
145 -image:rta.png
146 -
148 +[[image:rta.png||style="border: 1px solid black;"]]
147 147  The editing area is the place where you will type in your text and format your document. It is a rich text area because you can see, while editing, how the text will look like after it is saved. Before you start typing make sure the editing area is focused. One way to focus the text area is to click on it. This should make the blinking insertion caret appear. You can control the caret using the arrow keys. Besides typing, the editing area allows you to select a piece of text. This is useful when you want to format your text. If your content becomes larger than the available space in the editing area the scrollbars, vertical or horizontal, will appear. The scrollbars allow you to go up and down, as well as left and right through your text.
148 148  
149 149  === Toolbar ===
150 150  
151 -image:toolbar.png
152 -
153 +[[image:toolbar.png||style="border: 1px solid black;"]]
153 153  The toolbar is the place where you can find most of the editor features. It is placed right on top of the editing area. Each feature can be activated through a widget like a button or a list box. Features can be grouped and groups of features are separated from one another using a small vertical bar. The toolbar gets updated whenever you take an action on the editing area (like typing a character or clicking). As a consequence, some features could be disabled depending on where you place the insertion caret inside the rich text area.
154 154  
155 -image:toolbarstate.png
156 +[[image:toolbarstate.png||style="border: 1px solid black;"]]
156 156  
157 157  A toolbar button can be in one of the four states depicted in the previous image. From left to right we have: not clicked, hovering, clicked and disabled. When a button is in the not clicked state it means the associated feature hasn't been activated on the current context. By current context we mean the place where the insertion caret or the selected text is inside the editing area. When you place the mouse pointer over a toolbar button the later enters the hovering state. In this state you can see a tooltip explaining what the associated feature does. If a toolbar button is in the clicked state then it means the associated features has been activated on the current context. By clicking the button again you can usually toggle off the effect of the feature (remove the bold style, remove the right alignment etc,). A toolbar button is disabled when you are not allowed to activate its feature in the current context.
158 158  
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160 160  
161 161  === Menus ===
162 162  
163 -image:menu.png
164 -
164 +[[image:menu.png||style="border: 1px solid black;"]]
165 165  The menu bar is the place where you can find the advanced editing features. It is placed right on top of the toolbar. By clicking on a top menu item you can see what entries it has. Most of the top menu items have two sets of sub entries: insert/creation related and edit related. For instance, there is an insert link menu and an edit link menu. When you place the caret inside a link the edit link menu is activated. When you move the caret outside the link the insert link menu becomes active.
166 166  
167 -image:macroinsertmenu.png
168 -
167 +[[image:macroinsertmenu.png||style="border: 1px solid black;"]]
169 169  Some of the menu items have an icon to help us easily recognize them. When a menu item is disabled it means its feature cannot be activated on the current context (the currently selected text or the text around the insertion caret).
170 170  
171 171  === Tabs ===
172 172  
173 -image:tabs.png
174 -
172 +[[image:tabs.png||style="border: 1px solid black;"]]
175 175  The editor provides tabs to switch to source editing for advanced users. This tabs are situated right on top of the menu bar if the editor was configured to display them.
176 176  
177 177  === Dialogs ===
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178 178  
179 179  Some of the editing features require additional information from the user. This information is taken using dialogs. Most of the dialogs are modal: the user can't edit while the dialog is opened. The editing is prevented using a glass panel so that the user can still see the text from the editing area while the dialog is opened. If the dialog covers a fragment of text the user wants to see then he can move the dialog by dragging it over the screen. In order to speed up the dragging and to allow the user to see as much as possible from the editing area, only the title bar is visible when the dialog is dragged.
180 180  
181 -image:symbolpickerdragging.png
182 -
179 +[[image:symbolpickerdragging.png||style="border: 1px solid black;"]]
183 183  Simple dialogs have a title bar and a body. The title bar has an icon on the left side followed by the dialog title. At the right end of the title bar there is the close button which acts like a cancel button.
184 184  
185 -image:colorpicker.png
186 -
182 +[[image:colorpicker.png||style="border: 1px solid black;"]]
187 187  The color picker is a special dialog that allows us to change the color of the selected text. Unlike the other dialogs, it auto hides when you click on the editing area. The current color is displayed using a bigger square, as it is depicted in the previous image (see the red square). See [[Colors>>#HColors]].
188 188  
189 -image:symbolpicker.png
190 -
185 +[[image:symbolpicker.png||style="border: 1px solid black;"]]
191 191  The symbol picker is a special dialog that allows us to insert a special symbol (such as accented characters, trademark, currency symbol etc.) in place of the current text selection or at the caret position. Just click on the desired symbol to insert it. See [[Inserting Symbols>>#HInsertingSymbols]].
192 192  
193 -image:link2wikistep2.png
194 -
188 +[[image:link2wikistep2.png||style="border: 1px solid black;"]]
195 195  Complex dialogs are used in wizards. Their body is made of three parts: the header, the content and the footer. The header usually contains the title of the wizard step and the next/previous buttons. The content of the dialog includes the input controls used to collect data from the user. The footer usually contains the buttons for canceling the wizard or finishing it at the current step.
196 196  
197 197  == Standard Features ==
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314 314  
315 315  Headings can be used to organize your text. You can split the content in **sections** and **subsections** and then specify a title for each of them. You can choose the heading level to apply from the format list box which is found on the toolbar. If you want to remove the heading style just choose "Plain text" from the format list box.
316 316  
317 -image:formatexample.png
318 -
311 +[[image:formatexample.png||style="border: 1px solid black;"]]
319 319  ==== Fonts ====
320 320  
321 -image:fontname.png
322 -
314 +[[image:fontname.png||style="border: 1px solid black;"]]
323 323  Fonts determine how the letters of your text look like. "Times New Roman" and "Arial" are among the most used fonts. To use a different font you have to select one from the font list box found on the toolbar.
324 324  
325 325  (% style="border: 1px solid rgb(221, 221, 221); width: 500px;" %)
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335 335  
336 336  ==== Text Size ====
337 337  
338 -image:fontsize.png
339 -
330 +[[image:fontsize.png||style="border: 1px solid black;"]]
340 340  To change your font size pick one from the font size list box found on the toolbar.
341 341  
342 342  (% style="border: 1px solid rgb(221, 221, 221); width: 500px;" %)
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354 354  
355 355  The other option to make your text look different is changing the text color or its background color. If you want to change your **text color** press the [[image:forecolor.gif||style="vertical-align: middle;"]] toolbar button and pick a color from the palette by clicking on it.
356 356  
357 -image:colorpicker.png
358 -
348 +[[image:colorpicker.png||style="border: 1px solid black;"]]
359 359  The current color is displayed using a //bigger// square, as you can see in the previous image.
360 360  
361 361  (% style="border: 1px solid rgb(221, 221, 221); width: 500px;" %)
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386 386  
387 387  You can create two kinds of lists: **numbered** (also called **ordered** because the order of the list items is important) and **bulleted** (also called **unordered** because the order of the list items is not important). The only difference between these two types of lists is the symbol (a number or a bullet) preceding the list items; they behave the same. To start a list you have to place the caret on the line that you would like to become the first list item in your new list and click the toolbar button for the type of list you wish to create: [[image:ul.gif||style="vertical-align: middle;"]] for a bulleted list or [[image:ol.gif||style="vertical-align: middle;"]] for a numbered list.
388 388  
389 -image:listcreatestep1.png
390 390  
391 -image:listcreatestep2.png
380 +[[image:listcreatestep1.png||style="border: 1px solid black;"]]
392 392  
382 +[[image:listcreatestep2.png||style="border: 1px solid black;"]]
383 +
393 393  You can also quickly create a list from a couple of lines by selecting those lines and pressing the toolbar button for the type of list you wish to create.
394 394  
395 -image:listcreatestep3.png
396 396  
397 -image:listcreatestep4.png
387 +[[image:listcreatestep3.png||style="border: 1px solid black;"]]
398 398  
389 +[[image:listcreatestep4.png||style="border: 1px solid black;"]]
399 399  Once you have a list you can add more list items by using the **Enter** key. Pressing Enter in the middle of a list item splits that list item in two. Pressing Enter at the end of a list item creates a new empty list item.
400 400  
401 -image:listcreatestep5.png
402 402  
403 -image:listcreatestep6.png
393 +[[image:listcreatestep5.png||style="border: 1px solid black;"]]
404 404  
395 +[[image:listcreatestep6.png||style="border: 1px solid black;"]]
405 405  You can create **sublists** by **indenting** list items. To do this click the [[image:indent.gif||style="vertical-align: middle;"]] button from the toolbar. Note that you can indent just one level because a sublist must always have a parent list. You can indent multiple list items at once though, by selecting them first. The **outdent** feature, [[image:outdent.gif||style="vertical-align: middle;"]], is the opposite of indent. Unlike indent, you can outdent a list item multiple levels. Outdenting a top level list item transforms it in plain text.
406 406  
407 -image:listcreatestep7.png
408 408  
409 -image:listcreatestep8.png
399 +[[image:listcreatestep7.png||style="border: 1px solid black;"]]
410 410  
401 +[[image:listcreatestep8.png||style="border: 1px solid black;"]]
411 411  You can **mix** bulleted lists with numbered lists.
412 412  
413 -image:listcreatestep9.png
414 414  
415 -image:listcreatestep10.png
405 +[[image:listcreatestep9.png||style="border: 1px solid black;"]]
416 416  
407 +[[image:listcreatestep10.png||style="border: 1px solid black;"]]
417 417  After you created the list, press the toolbar button for the associated list type to go back to plain text.
418 418  
419 419  === Creating and Editing Links ===
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430 430  
431 431  To create a link to a wiki page choose "Wiki page" from the "Link" menu.
432 432  
433 -image:link2wikistep1.png
434 434  
425 +[[image:link2wikistep1.png||style="border: 1px solid black;"]]
435 435  First you have to select the wiki page you wish to link to. You can use the tree to browse the exiting wiki pages. If you want to link to a page that doesn't exist yet then select "New page..." from the tree. This doesn't create a new page but just a link to a missing wiki page.
436 436  
437 437  Advanced users can use the text box below the tree to quickly search for wiki pages. You have use this syntax: **WikiName:SpaceName.PageName**. The wiki name and the space name can be omitted. The text box will offer you suggestions based on the wiki pages that match your input.
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438 438  
439 439  After you select the target wiki page (either by using the tree or the text box) click the "Select" button to proceed to the next step.
440 440  
441 -image:link2wikistep2.png
442 -
432 +[[image:link2wikistep2.png||style="border: 1px solid black;"]]
443 443  Now you can edit the link parameters:
444 444  
445 445  * the link label
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448 448  
449 449  Click "Create link" when you're done. You will comeback to this dialog when editing a link.
450 450  
451 -image:link2wikistep3.png
452 452  
442 +[[image:link2wikistep3.png||style="border: 1px solid black;"]]
453 453  Your link should be visible inside the editing area at this point. Try to hover the mouse cursor over the link or to edit the link label in place.
454 454  
455 -image:link2wikistep4.png
456 -
445 +[[image:link2wikistep4.png||style="border: 1px solid black;"]]
457 457  ==== Link to attachment ====
458 458  
459 459  To create a link to an attachment choose "Attached file" from the "Link" menu.
460 460  
461 -image:link2attachmentstep1.png
462 -
450 +[[image:link2attachmentstep1.png||style="border: 1px solid black;"]]
463 463  First you have to select the attachment you wish to link to. You can choose from the files attached to the edited page. In our example we have three images attached to the current page. If you want to attach a new file then select "Upload new file" and click "Select". In our example we wanted to create a link to an attachment from a different wiki page than the one edited. For this we clicked on the "All pages" tab. If your attachment is on the current page then just click "Select" and skip the next step.
464 464  
465 -image:link2attachmentstep2.png
466 466  
454 +[[image:link2attachmentstep2.png||style="border: 1px solid black;"]]
467 467  Use the tree to browse the wiki pages in search for the right attachment to link to. As you can see, each page has an "Attachments" child node that holds the attached files. Notice the "Upload file..." entry which you can use to attach a new file to the corresponding page.
468 468  
469 469  Advanced users can use the text box below the tree to quickly search for attached files. You have use this syntax: **WikiName:[email protected]**. The wiki name, the space name and the page name can be omitted. The text box will offer you suggestions based on the attachment file names that match your input.
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470 470  
471 471  After you select the attachment (either by using the tree or the text box) click the "Select" button to proceed to the next step.
472 472  
473 -image:link2attachmentstep3.png
461 +image:
474 474  
463 +[[image:link2attachmentstep3.png||style="border: 1px solid black;"]]
475 475  Now you can edit the link parameters:
476 476  
477 477  * the link label
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480 480  
481 481  This are the same parameters as for a link to a wiki page. Click "Create link" when you're done. You will comeback to this dialog when editing a link.
482 482  
483 -image:link2attachmentstep4.png
484 -
472 +[[image:link2attachmentstep4.png||style="border: 1px solid black;"]]
485 485  Your link should be visible inside the editing area at this point. You can view or download the attachment by following this link in view mode.
486 486  
487 -image:link2attachmentstep5.png
488 -
475 +[[image:link2attachmentstep5.png||style="border: 1px solid black;"]]
489 489  ==== Link to web page ====
490 490  
491 491  To create a link to a web page is very easy. You have to choose "Web page" from the "Link" menu and then fill in the link parameters:
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497 497  
498 498  Click "Create link" when you're done.
499 499  
500 -image:link2webpage.png
501 -
487 +[[image:link2webpage.png||style="border: 1px solid black;"]]
502 502  ==== Link to email ====
503 503  
504 504  Creating a link to an email address is much line creating a link to a web page. The only difference is that you have to specify an email address instead of a web page address.
505 505  
506 -image:link2email.png
507 -
492 +[[image:link2email.png||style="border: 1px solid black;"]]
508 508  ==== Image link ====
509 509  
510 510  You can use an image as the label of a link. To do this you have to select the image and then follow the steps for the type of link you wish to create. Note that you won't be able to edit the link label during the link creation process. If you want to change the label of an image link after it was created then edit the image.
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517 517  1. press the [[image:charmap.gif||style="vertical-align: middle;"]] button on the toolbar
518 518  1. click on the symbol you wish to insert
519 519  
520 -image:symbolpicker.png
521 -
505 +[[image:symbolpicker.png||style="border: 1px solid black;"]]
522 522  The symbol picker automatically closes after you choose a symbol. The caret is placed after the inserted symbol so you can open the symbol picker again if you wish to insert more symbols. Inserted symbols are like any other characters you type so you can use the Delete or Backspace keys to remove them and of course you can apply [[Text Formatting>>#HTextFormatting]].
523 523  
524 524  (% style="border: 1px solid rgb(221, 221, 221); width: 500px;" %)
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534 534  
535 535  To insert an image place the caret where you want the image to be inserted and choose "Insert image" from the "Image" menu. Make sure you don't have an image selected before opening the "Image" menu because otherwise you'll see the edit image menu entries and no "Insert image" entry.
536 536  
537 -image:imagestep1.png
538 538  
522 +[[image:imagestep1.png||style="border: 1px solid black;"]]
539 539  You have three ways to specify which image to insert:
540 540  
541 541  * Choose from the images already attached to the edited page. In our example there are two images already attached to the edited page: the Ubuntu logo and the Firefox logo.
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544 544  
545 545  Whatever option you choose you have to click on the "Select" button to move to the next step.
546 546  
547 -image:imagestep2.png
548 548  
532 +[[image:imagestep2.png||style="border: 1px solid black;"]]
549 549  In our example we choose to upload a new image. Browse through your local files and pick the image you want then click on the "Upload" button to attach the image to the edited page.
550 550  
551 -image:imagestep3.png
552 552  
536 +[[image:imagestep3.png||style="border: 1px solid black;"]]
553 553  In the final step, before the image is inserted, you can edit the image properties. Here's what you can specify:
554 554  
555 555  * the image **width** and **height** on the page (i.e. how much space does the image take on the page)
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561 561  
562 562  Click on the "Insert image" button when you're done. Note that you don't have to set all the image properties now: you can edit the image later.
563 563  
564 -image:imagestep4.png
565 -
548 +[[image:imagestep4.png||style="border: 1px solid black;"]]
566 566  You should see the image in the editing area. To select it simply click on it. Notice the resize handlers that appear around the image when it is selected. You can resize the image inside the editing area by dragging them. If you open the "Image" menu when an image is selected you can see the "Edit image" menu entry.
567 567  
568 -image:imagestep5.png
569 569  
570 -image:imagestep6.png
552 +[[image:imagestep5.png||style="border: 1px solid black;"]]
571 571  
554 +[[image:imagestep6.png||style="border: 1px solid black;"]]
572 572  To delete an image you can select it and press the **Delete** key or choose "Remove image" from the "Image" menu.
573 573  
574 574  === Creating and Editing Tables ===
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575 575  
576 576  To create an empty table place the caret where you would like the new table to be inserted and choose "Insert table" from the "Table" menu. Currently you cannot insert a table inside another table so, before opening the "Table" menu, make sure you don't have the caret inside a table cell.
577 577  
578 -image:tablestep1.png
579 579  
562 +[[image:tablestep1.png||style="border: 1px solid black;"]]
580 580  In the opened dialog you can specify the number of rows and columns the new table should have and if you want a table header or not. You can leave the default number of rows and columns if you don't know how many you'll need because you can add rows and columns later. You can't add a table header later though so you must decide now if you need one or not. When you're done, click the "Insert" button.
581 581  
582 -image:tablestep2.png
583 583  
566 +[[image:tablestep2.png||style="border: 1px solid black;"]]
584 584  You should see now the table in your editing area. Fill in the table cells. You can navigate from cell to cell using the **arrow keys**. See [[Writing>>#HWriting]] to find out how you can use the **Tab** key to navigate through table cells. See also [[Keyboard Shortcuts>>#HKeyboardShortcuts]] if you can't move the caret before or after the table.
585 585  
586 -image:tablestep3.png
587 587  
570 +[[image:tablestep3.png||style="border: 1px solid black;"]]
588 588  If you need a new column you can insert one before or after an existing column. Just place the caret in one of the cells from the reference column and choose the appropriate option from the "Table" menu. In our example we choose to insert a new column after the "Index" column (i.e. the "Index" column was the reference column in our case). You can also delete columns in the same manner: place the caret in one of the cells from the column to be deleted and choose "Delete column" from the "Table" menu.
589 589  
590 -image:tablestep4.png
591 591  
592 592  Notice how in the previous image the "Insert row before" option is disabled. This happened because we placed the caret in the table header and table rows are not allowed before the table header.
593 593  
594 -image:tablestep5.png
595 -
576 +[[image:tablestep5.png||style="border: 1px solid black;"]]
596 596  Inserting a new row is much like inserting a new column. First you choose a reference row by placing the caret in one of its cells and then you choose the appropriate option from the "Table" menu. In our example we opted for inserting a new row before the the first one (i.e. the first row was the reference row in our case). For this we picked "Insert row before" from the "Table" menu. You can delete table rows in the same manner: place the caret in one of the cells from the row to be deleted and choose "Delete row" from the "Table" menu.
597 597  
598 -image:tablestep6.png
599 599  
580 +[[image:tablestep6.png||style="border: 1px solid black;"]]
600 600  As you can see the new table row is empty and ready to be filled.
601 601  
602 -image:tablestep7.png
603 603  
584 +[[image:tablestep7.png||style="border: 1px solid black;"]]
604 604  To delete a table place the caret in any of its cells and choose "Delete table" from the "Table" menu.
605 605  
606 606  === Inserting and Editing Macros ===
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609 609  
610 610  Start by writing a few sections in the editing area then create an empty line where you want the table of contents to be inserted. In our example, we pressed Enter after "Space" in order to create the empty line. You can insert the table of contents in other places if you want. Leave the caret on the empty line and choose "Insert Macro..." from the "Macro" menu.
611 611  
612 -image:macroinsertstep1.png
613 613  
594 +[[image:macroinsertstep1.png||style="border: 1px solid black;"]]
614 614  You should see a dialog with all the available macros. Each macro has a short description that will give you a hint about what the macro does. Look for the ToC macro. You can browse the list of macros using the keyboard: Up/Down selects the previous/next item in the list, Home/End selects the first/last item in the list. Click "Select" once you have the ToC macro highlighted.
615 615  
616 -image:macroinsertstep2.png
617 617  
598 +[[image:macroinsertstep2.png||style="border: 1px solid black;"]]
618 618  Parameters control the behavior and the output of a macro. Some parameters are mandatory. You can distinguish them from the rest by their color: green. The ToC macro has only optional parameters. One special macro parameter is the macro content. The ToC macro doesn't require any content but other macros like Info use the content as the main source for their output. You can say that the ToC macro uses the entire page as its content, so you don't have to specify the content.
619 619  
620 620  Change the ToC parameters if you wish but note that you can come back to this step later by editing the inserted ToC macro. We kept the default values in our example. Click "Apply" when you're done.
621 621  
622 -image:macroinsertstep3.png
623 623  
604 +[[image:macroinsertstep3.png||style="border: 1px solid black;"]]
624 624  At this point you should see the ToC macro inserted in your document.
625 625  
626 -image:macroinsertstep4.png
627 627  
608 +[[image:macroinsertstep4.png||style="border: 1px solid black;"]]
628 628  Next, we add more sections to the document and choose "Refresh" from the "Macro" menu in order to update the table of contents.
629 629  
630 -image:macroinsertstep5.png
631 631  
612 +[[image:macroinsertstep5.png||style="border: 1px solid black;"]]
632 632  The table of contents should be updated now.
633 633  
634 -image:macroinsertstep6.png
635 635  
616 +[[image:macroinsertstep6.png||style="border: 1px solid black;"]]
636 636  If you think the table of contents takes a lot of space you can collapse it. In fact you can collapse any macro. First select the macro by clicking on it and then click again to toggle between collapsed and expanded states. You can also use the "Macro" menu to collapse or expand all the inserted macros. Collapsed macros display only their name and an icon.
637 637  
638 -image:macroinsertstep7.png
619 +[[image:macroinsertstep7.png||style="border: 1px solid black;"]]
639 639  
640 640  === Importing Office Content ===
641 641  
642 642  The editor allows you to import content from office applications like **OpenOffice Writer** or **Microsoft Word**. If you want to insert just a fragment from an office document you can copy it from the office application you use and then click the [[image:importer.gif||style="vertical-align: middle;"]] button from the editor toolbar.
643 643  
644 -image:officeimporterstep1.png
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625 +[[image:officeimporterstep1.png||style="border: 1px solid black;"]]
646 646  **Paste** what you've copied from the office application in the text area that you can see on the opened dialog. Notice the "//Filter styles//" check box in bottom left corner of the dialog. If you want the pasted text to look as much as possible as in your office application then leave the check box unchecked. Otherwise, if you care only about the content and not the text styles then check "Filter styles". This will result in a much cleaner document but the result may look different than in your office application. Click the "Import" button in the end.
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650 650  You should see the office content in the editing area. It was inserted at the caret position or in place of the selected text. You can edit the imported content if you want.
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654 654  In case you need to **import** an office document and not just a fragment you can use the "//File//" tab on the Office Importer dialog. **NOTE**: this feature requires special setup in order to work. Ask your system administrator to enable it.
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658 658  See also the [[Office Importer Application>>http://code.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Applications/OfficeImporterApplication]].
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660 660  === Undo and Redo ===

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