I have a Word (.docx) document of technical reference material, consisting of a few hundred entries in a structured format, utilizing Word styles to define the structure. This needs to be converted to XML, using DITA tags.
It's not necessary that you perform an entire conversion on the document. I'm more interested in your helping me get jump-started on the programming and tools involved. That is, give me a program/setup that can be demonstrated to work on a few of the reference entries, and I'll take it from there.
If you are familiar with the Word-to-DITA (Word2DITA) transformation framework ([url removed, login to view]), this may be a very straightforward process for you. Also, I have access to the oXygen XML editor, which also apparently has a tool for this (see [url removed, login to view]). I'm also open to having a simple Python, Perl, or what-have-you script written for the conversion.
I have attached a sample of the source document, "[url removed, login to view]". It consists of three entries of the reference document, all with the same essential structure. The attached file "[url removed, login to view]" represents the target output for the first of these three commands (also known as "actions"), "click table cell". I'll need the conversion process to create a separate file for each of the entries in the source document.