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table style doesn't import from word

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Jun 01, 2021 Jun 01, 2021

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when l want to import table from word to ,table style doesn't import and just simple structure is imported(without any color)

i use file>place and use import options and preserve table style is on.

what's the solution?  Please help

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Jun 01, 2021 Jun 01, 2021

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Well there is no "Preserve Table Style" option when placing a document from Word as Word itself doesn't have a table style feature. You can apply a Table Style when placing an Excel Spreadsheet however. So the solution is to simply apply your InDesign Table Style to the imported table after the initial import.

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my question was that if l can import style that set to Word table to indesign or no?!

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No they do not transfer over.

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