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Subject: RE: [docbook] Tables

I can't answer your question, but an alternative place for searching the
docbook and docbook-apps archives is:

I prefer using it to search the archives because the oasis archive
doesn't index words of three letters or fewer. That rules out pdf, rtf,
eps, gif, and lots of other 'words' that you often want to include in
your search.

Also, I'm switching this thread to docbook-apps. Its focus is on tools,
where docbook focuses on the dtd and markup.


-----Original Message-----
From: Mike Hall [mailto:mike.hall@batchelor.edu.au] 
Sent: Wednesday, May 14, 2003 12:11 AM
To: docbook@lists.oasis-open.org
Subject: [docbook] Tables

G'day All:

I tried searching the archives for this but got a Page Not Found error:

We're experimenting with simplified XML DocBook for the storage of
certain institute documents, and are very happy with the results so far
regarding using XSLT to transform DocBook into HTML/XHTML.

One snag we have hit is in getting tables transformed into RTF format
using OpenJade/DSSSL. I've tried all the examples for specifying tables
that I can find in the DocBook documentation to no avail. This prompts
the question:

Can it be done? That is, can Simplified XML DocBook files containing
tables be transformed into RTF using OpenJade/DSSSL?


Michael Hall
Information Systems Coordinator
mike.hall at batchelor.edu.au
08 8951 8318

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