You should be able to create a Normal style in the InDesign document prior to import that is defined the way that you would like it to appear. Either that, or change the aid:pstyle to "Basic Paragraph".
Thank you Chad for your quick response.
I am receiving XML files from customer so I am unable to validate these additional styles in XML against the indesign template (which contains 200+ styles). And i think it will take more time to check XML and create the respective styles in indesign with correct attribute. If I have a filter here I will change the color of new styles to spot and I can easily find in indesign.
Is there any other alternate?
So if there are more aid styles and few of them only defined in template then I think it might be difficult to go and serch in XML file for all the new items.
Is there any way we can add any start-up script to control this? So we can arrest new style creation and send the alert to user or we shall map any style for this as Prithivi_Prepressasked? Is this works what you think?
If you don't want the aid to be utilized, you could create (or have created) an XSLT to remove them prior or during import of the XML.