I am working on an Excel file containing text and tags, such as:
how often does the company [[[<u><em>]]]proactively check in[[[</em></u>]]] with
The client wants to keep tags such as <u> in their final version, however when I export the file those tags apply underlining to the text.
Is there a way to avoid this, and keep each and every tag as is?
As far as I understand it, the underlining output above is correct (if you meant that no italic effect has been actually rendered in the exported Excel file). The "em" tag is an html tag only, not an Excel tag, and therefore Excel (and CTE) should just preserve it as instruction for the html parser only.
The correct output, that is the combined effect of underline (u) plus italic (em), should instead be seen in the final html file, provided that there are no CSS properties that instruct the html parser to render the em tag without italic. If the CSS em property instructs the parser to render the em tag *not as italic*, only the underline tag effect should actually be seen.
That said, it's important that "em" and "/em" tags are preserved by CTE in the target segments upon export.
Please go to Edit > Preferences > Workflow tab and uncheck the "Convert HTML formatting tags at export" option. Make sure to have this option ticked again to allow the tags conversion in other documents.
Hi @Mario, I meant that in the exported file I want to keep <u>, <i>, etc. tags in their original written form (no conversion applied) like this:
Negli [[[<b><u>]]]ultimi 12 mesi[[[</u></b>]]], quali...
@Igor - super, that was exactly what I was looking for.
Thank you both!
Hi @Mario, I meant that in the exported file I want to keep <u>,
<i>, etc. tags in their original written form (no conversion
Sorry for the misunderstanding!