- Any formatting in Microsoft Word—including page and column breaks—is ignored during the automated page composition process. Instead, the design of the final output is specified in the Typefi-ready template (.indd)
- However, you can override this behaviour and choose to have Word's built-in page and column breaks preserved in the final output. In the Import DOCX action, go to the Advanced tab and select Preserve page breaks.
In Microsoft Word, you can insert page and column breaks to force content to move to a different page. However, by default, any formatting in Word—including page and column breaks—is ignored during the automated page composition process. Instead, the design is specified in the Typefi-ready template (.indd), created in Adobe InDesign with Typefi Designer.
However, you can customise your Typefi workflow so that Word's built-in page and column breaks are preserved in the final output:
- Sign in to your Typefi Server and select the appropriate workflow.
- In the Import DOCX workflow action, click the Advanced tab.
- Select Preserve page breaks (formerly Include page breaks).
- Save your changes.
- Run the workflow
KNOWN ISSUE Column breaks in Microsoft Word do not carry through to the final output. There is no workaround at this time.