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2.9.24 CAPI

Office

The CAPI structure contains information about a caption.


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A - iLocation (2 bits): An unsigned integer that specifies the insert location for the caption. This MUST be one of the following values.

Value

Meaning

0x0

Insert the caption below the selected item.

0x1

Insert the caption above the selected item.

B - fChapNum (1 bit): A bit that specifies whether or not to include a chapter number in the caption.

C - iHeading (4 bits): An unsigned integer that specifies which heading style marks the beginning of a new chapter for the purpose of chapter numbering in this caption. This value MUST be one of the following.

Value

Meaning

0x1

Heading 1 marks the beginning of a new chapter.

0x2

Heading 2 marks the beginning of a new chapter.

0x3

Heading 3 marks the beginning of a new chapter.

0x4

Heading 4 marks the beginning of a new chapter.

0x5

Heading 5 marks the beginning of a new chapter.

0x6

Heading 6 marks the beginning of a new chapter.

0x7

Heading 7 marks the beginning of a new chapter.

0x8

Heading 8 marks the beginning of a new chapter.

0x9

Heading 9 marks the beginning of a new chapter.

If fChapNum is zero, this field MUST be ignored.

unused1 (8 bits): This field is undefined and MUST be ignored.

D - fNoLabel (1 bit): A bit that specifies whether or not to include the label in the caption. This bit MAY<207> be ignored.

nfc (2 bytes): An MSONFC, as specified in [MS-OSHARED] section 2.2.1.3, that specifies the formatting of the caption number.

xchSeparator (2 bytes): A Unicode character that specifies the character that separates the chapter number and caption number of the caption. This value MUST be one of the following.

Value

Meaning

0x001E

A hyphen (-) separates the chapter number and caption number.

0x002E

A period (.) separates the chapter number and the caption number.

0x003A

A colon (:) separates the chapter number and the caption number.

0x2013

An en-dash (–) separates the chapter number and the caption number.

0x2014

An em-dash (—) separates the chapter number and the caption number.

If fChapNum is zero, this value MUST be ignored.

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