Importing Microsoft Word (docx) Files

Last modified on January 30th, 2017.


This section contains outlined instructions for importing a Microsoft Word (.docx) file by headings into Innoslate.

  1. Within 'Import Analyzer', ensure the 'Microsoft Word (.docx)' tab is selected, if not, click on the tab to switch to it.

    Select the Microsoft Word Tab

  2. Select from the dropdown which schema-based class of entities should be created by default from importing the text. Search or scroll within the dropdown to find your desired class if need be.

    Select Class from Dropdown

    Note: By default, the schema-based class Requirement is selected, however, the overall process is the same regardless of the selected class. This example will continue to use the Requirement class moving forward.

  3. Click on the 'Next >' button to continue to the next step in the process.

    Click the Next Button

  4. Drag and drop your DOCX file over the drop area, or click within the drop area to browse your computer’s file system to select the file.

    Drag and Drop the DOCX File

  5. Once both progress bars reach 100%, click on the ‘Next >’ button to preview what will be imported.

    Select Next

  6. Verify the preview of the import is what you were expecting. To finish the import process and save the entities to your current project's database, click on the 'Save' button. To go back, modify your text and try importing again, click on the '< Prev' button to return to the previous step in the process.

    Click the Save Button

 
Please Note:

Importing Microsoft Word (docx) Files

Last modified on January 30th, 2017. 


This section contains outlined instructions for importing a Microsoft Word (.docx) file by headings into Innoslate.

  1. Within ‘Import Analyzer’, ensure the ‘Microsoft Word (.docx)’ tab is selected, if not, click on the tab to switch to it.

    Select the Microsoft Word Tab

  2. Select from the dropdown which schema-based class of entities should be created by default from importing the text. Search or scroll within the dropdown to find your desired class if need be.

    Select Class from Dropdown

    Note: By default, the schema-based class Requirement is selected, however, the overall process is the same regardless of the selected class. This example will continue to use the Requirement class moving forward.

  3. Click on the ‘Next >’ button to continue to the next step in the process.

    Click the Next Button

  4. Drag and drop your DOCX file over the drop area, or click within the drop area to browse your computer’s file system to select the file.

    Drag and Drop the DOCX File

  5. Once both progress bars reach 100%, click on the ‘Next >’ button to preview what will be imported.

    Select Next

  6. Verify the preview of the import is what you were expecting. To finish the import process and save the entities to your current project’s database, click on the ‘Save’ button. To go back, modify your text and try importing again, click on the ‘< Prev’ button to return to the previous step in the process.

    Click the Save Button

 

Please Note:
  • Microsoft Word built-in styles (Heading 1 through 9) will be parsed in as the name of a new entity and automatically re-numbered based on decomposition.
  • If the Statement or Requirement class or any subclass of Statement is selected to use for import, your document will import as a requirements document and you will be navigated to Requirements View upon successful import.
  • If any other class is selected to use for import, you will be navigated to Database View upon successful import.
  • An Artifact entity will be created and added to your import containing the original uploaded file.