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2.9.131 LFO

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The LFO structure specifies the LSTF element that corresponds to a list that contains a paragraph. An LFO can also specify formatting information that overrides the LSTF element to which it corresponds.


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lsid

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clfolvl

ibstFltAutoNum

grfhic

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lsid (4 bytes): A signed integer that specifies the list identifier of an LSTF. This LFO corresponds to the LSTF in PlfLst.rgLstf that has an lsid whose value is equal to this value.

unused1 (4 bytes): This field MUST be ignored.

unused2 (4 bytes): This field MUST be ignored.

clfolvl (1 byte): An unsigned integer that specifies the count of LFOLVL elements that are stored in the rgLfoLvl field of the LFOData element that corresponds to this LFO structure.

ibstFltAutoNum (1 byte): An unsigned integer that specifies the field that this LFO represents. This MUST be one of the following values.

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Meaning

0x00

This LFO is not used for any field. The fAutoNum of the related LSTF MUST be set to 0.

0xFC

This LFO is used for the AUTONUMLGL field (see AUTONUMLGL in flt). The fAutoNum of the related LSTF MUST be set to 1.

0xFD

This LFO is used for the AUTONUMOUT field (see AUTONUMOUT in flt). The fAutoNum of the related LSTF MUST be set to 1.

0xFE

This LFO is used for the AUTONUM field (see AUTONUM in flt). The fAutoNum of the related LSTF MUST be set to 1.

0xFF

This LFO is not used for any field. The fAutoNum of the related LSTF MUST be set to 0.

grfhic (1 byte): A grfhic that specifies HTML incompatibilities.

unused3 (1 byte): This field MUST be ignored.

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