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2.1.1305 Part 4 Section 5.1.5.2.4, fld (Text Field)

a. The standard states that the type attribute of the fld element specifies the type of update text that should be used within the text field.

In Office, the type attribute specifies the type of text that should be used to update this text field. This is used to inform Office what text it should use to update this text field. There are no specific syntax restrictions placed on this attribute. The generating application may use it to represent any text that should be updated before rendering the presentation.

Reserved Values:

Value

Description

slidenum

presentation slide number

datetime

default date time format for the rendering application

datetime1

MM/DD/YYYY date time format [Example: 10/12/2007 end example]

datetime2

Day, Month DD, YYYY date time format [Example: Friday, October 12, 2007 end example]

datetime3

DD Month YYYY date time format [Example: 12 October 2007 end example]

datetime4

Month DD, YYYY date time format [Example: October 12, 2007 end example]

datetime5

DD-Mon-YY date time format [Example: 12-Oct-07 end example]

datetime6

Month YY date time format [Example: October 07 end example]

datetime7

Mon-YY date time format [Example: Oct-07 end example]

datetime8

MM/DD/YYYY hh:mm AM/PM date time format [Example: 10/12/2007 4:28 PM end example]

datetime9

MM/DD/YYYY hh:mm:ss AM/PM date time format [Example: 10/12/2007 4:28:34 PM end example]

datetime10

hh:mm date time format [Example: 16:28 end example]

datetime11

hh:mm:ss date time format [Example: 16:28:34 end example]

datetime12

hh:mm AM/PM date time format [Example: 4:28 PM end example]

datetime13

hh:mm:ss: AM/PM date time format [Example: 4:28:34 PM end example]

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