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2.1.1185 Part 4 Section 4.6.20, by (By)

For additional notes that apply to this portion of the standard, please see the notes for rCtr, §4.6.62(a) .

a. The standard states that the x attribute describes the X coordinate.

PowerPoint uses the x attribute to specify the slide width percentage change when the by element is parented by the animMotion element, and the animated object width percentage change when the by element is parented by the animScale element.

b. The standard states that the y attribute describes the Y coordinate.

PowerPoint uses the y attribute to specify the slide height percentage change when the by element is parented by the animMotion element, and the animated object height percentage change when the by element is parented by the animScale element.

c. The standard states that the x and y attributes are specified as ST_Percentage type.

When used within animMotion, the attributes x and y specify the percentage change with respect to the slide size. These attributes, when used with animMotion shall be greater than -2147483625 and less than 2147483625. When used within animScale, the attributes x and y specify the percentage change with respect to the size of the animated object. These attribute values, when used with animScale shall be greater than 0 and less than 2147483625.

If the attribute values are less than -16384000 or greater than 16384000 they will lose some precision due to internal calculations.

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

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