You can import a
Microsoft Word .doc file as a Control Compliance Suite policy. When
you import a Word document, the name of the source Word document is
assigned to the new Policy. You can manually change this name.
If the policy name
already exists as a policy, the Control Compliance Suite follows
rules to determine how to handle the new policy. If the policy
status is Draft or In Review, you have a choice to overwrite the
existing policy or to create a new policy. If the policy status is
Reviewed, Approved, or Published, a new policy is created with a
The new policy name includes the existing policy
name and one of the following:
The text of the Word
document is set as the content of the new policy.
When you import one or
more Word documents, the following properties are explicitly set
for the newly imported policies:
Same as the source Word document name
Contents of the source Word document
All other properties have
their default values.
Before approving or
publishing the new policy, you should make any necessary changes to
You must install
Microsoft Word and the Microsoft Office Primary Interop Assembly on
the same computer as your CCS client to import Word documents.
The Microsoft Office
Primary Interop Assembly may or may not be installed, depending on
the version of Microsoft Office and how it is installed.
Use one of the following
URLs to download the correct version of the Microsoft Office
Primary Interop Assembly for your Office version:
Microsoft Office 2007 is not supported.
To import a Word policy
In the policies view,
navigate in the tree pane and click the folder where you want to
store the new policy.
Do one of the
In the Select Word Documents panel, click
In the Select Word Documents to Import dialog box, click
.doc file to import, then
Repeat step 4 and step 5 to add additional Word
files to import.
Click to continue when all files are
In the Select a Target Folder panel, click the folder
into which the imported files should be saved, then click
In the Input Rationale panel, enter the rationale for
the imported policies.
In the Completing the Import Policies Wizard panel,
review the choices you have made, then click .