Markup program is a desktop Application (macro in Microsoft Office Word), to identify bibliographic elements in documents, according to SciELO DTD for article and for text, based on standard ISO 8879-1986 (SGML - Standard Generalized Markup Language) and ISO 12083-1994 (Electronic Manuscript Preparation and Markup). Nowadays there is a new SciELO DTD: doc. It is simpler than article and text because there are less levels, but by the other hand, there are more elements to identify. It must be used to identify the elements to generate XML according to SPS.
How to open¶
Use the Windows menu to open the program.
Or use Windows Explorer and click on markup.exe:
Word Program location¶
Markup Program will try to open the Microsoft Office Word Program. If it is unable to open it, inform the correct path of Microsoft Office Word Program.
Or edit, c:\scielo\bin\markup\start.mds, inserting the Microsoft Office Word path. E.g.:
“c:\arquivos de programas\microsoft office\office11\winword.exe”
Enabling macro execution¶
Markup Program requires permission to run macros
Loading macro manually¶
If there is no Markup button. You can try to load the macro manually.
Select the Tools->Supplements and Models option of the menu.
Remove the incorrect item and inform the right path corresponding to c:\scielo\bin\markup\markup.prg.
- Open only one file of article or a text file (.doc or .html).
- Click on Markup button.
- Click on Markup DTD-SciELO.
- white: operations over the document: edit or eraser a tag and automatic markup
- orange: floating tags, which can be used in any part of the document
- green: tags which requires an hierarchical structure
From Word 2007, all these tags bars are grouped in Supplements.
- The user has not filled the attribute field with a valid value
- The user clicked on a tag which is not allowed in a incorrect place (it is not according to the DTD).
The selected text is inside title and the user clicks on authgrp, which is not allowed inside title.
This message is also displayed if the selected text contains tags or part of tags.
Last update of this page: July 2015