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2.1.1168 Part 4 Section 4.4.2.4, oleObj (Global Element for Embedded objects and Controls)

For additional notes that apply to this portion of the standard, please see the notes for control, §4.4.2.1(a-c) .

a. The standard states that the spid attribute specifies the identifier of the shape associated with an Embedded object.

PowerPoint requires that the spid identifier must match the shape identifier defined in the legacy drawing VML part for the Embedded object.

This note applies to the following products: 2007, 2007 SP1, 2007 SP2.

b. The standard states that the oleObj element specifies a global element to be used for an Embedded object and Control.

PowerPoint uses the oleObj element to specify a global element to be used for an OLE object.

c. The standard states that the imgW attribute specifies the width of the embedded control.

PowerPoint uses the imgW attribute to specify the width of the thumbnail image.

d. The standard states that the imgH attribute specifies the height of the embedded control.

PowerPoint uses the imgH attribute to specify the height of the thumbnail image.

e. The standard states that the showAsIcon attribute specifies whether the Embedded object will be shown as an icon or using its native representation.

PowerPoint uses the showAsIcon attribute to specify the user preference to show the Embedded object as an icon rather than using its native representation.

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