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2.1.1792 Part 4 Section 19.1.2.19, shape (Shape Definition)

For additional notes that apply to this portion of the standard, please see the notes for background, §17.2.1(a) ; arc, §19.1.2.1(c-mm,oo-xx,ccc-lll,nnn,qqq, rrr,ttt-yyy,aaaa, bbbb,dddd-jjjj) ; curve, §19.1.2.3(d) ; image, §19.1.2.10(b-f) .

a. The standard does not document the format of the equationxml attribute.

Word uses a specific format for the equationxml attribute as defined by Equation XML (§3.8, Equation XML).

b. The standard indicates that the format of the gfxdata attribute is application-defined.

Office formats this attribute as specified in the DrawingML Persistence Part (§3.1.4, DrawingML Persistence Part).

c. The standard states that chromakey and opacity are valid attributes on the shape element.

Office does not support these attributes on this element.

d. The standard states that the values of the spt attribute are defined by the XML Schema float datatype.

Office defines the values of this attribute with the ST_ShapeType (§3.9.5, ST_ShapeType) simple type.

e. The standard states that the style attribute has a number of name/value pairs, but doesn't fully define the WordprocessingML object postioning ones.

Word recognizes the following name/value pairs:

mso-position-horizontal: the relative horizontal position of the object

absolute = an absolute measurement defined by margin-left

left = on the left side of the object in mso-position-horizontal-relative

center = centered within the object in mso-position-horizontal-relative

right = on the right side of the object in mso-position-horizontal-relative

inside = inside the object in mso-position-horizontal-relative; only valid for values of "margin" and "page"

outside = outside of the object in mso-position-horizontal-relative; only valid for values of "margin" and "page"

mso-position-horizontal-relative: the basis of the relative horizontal position of the object

margin = relative to the leading margin

page = relative to page with the object's anchor

text = relative to the text column

char = relative to the location of the anchor for the object

left-margin = relative to the left margin

right-margin = relative to the right margin

inner-margin-area = relative to the inner margin (the right margin for odd-numbered pages, the left margin for even-numbered pages)

outer-margin-area = relative to the outer margin (the left margin for odd-numbered pages, the right margin for even-numbered pages)

mso-position-vertical: the relative vertical position of the object

absolute = an absolute measurement defined by margin-top

center = centered on the object in mso-position-vertical-relative; not valid for value of "text"

bottom = at the bottom of the object in mso-position-vertical-relative; not valid for value of "text"

top = at the top of the object in mso-position-vertical-relative; not valid for value of "text"

inside = inside the object in mso-position-vertical-relative; not valid for value of "text"

outside = outside of the object in mso-position-vertical-relative; not valid for value of "text" 

mso-position-vertical-relative: the basis of the relative vertical position of the object

margin = relative to the leading margin

page = relative to page with the object's anchor

text = relative to the paragraph with the object's anchor

line = relative to the line with the anchor

top-margin = relative to the top margin

bottom-margin = relative to the bottom margin

inner-margin-area = relative to the inner margin (the right margin for odd-numbered pages, the left margin for even-numbered pages)

outer-margin-area = relative to the outer margin (the left margin for odd-numbered pages, the right margin for even-numbered pages)

margin-left: the horizontal offset from the base position specified in mso-position-horizontal-relative. if 0, need to check mso-left-percent for a percentage value.

margin-top: the vertical offset from the base position specified in mso-position-vertical-relative. if 0, need to check mso-top-percent for a percentage value.

mso-left-percent: a value in tenths of a percent (e.g. 250 = 25%) that specifies starting position relative to the axis specified in mso-position-horizontal-relative; not valid if that parameter has a value of "text" or "char"

mso-top-percent: a value in tenths of a percent (e.g. 250 = 25%) that specifies starting position relative to the axis specified in mso-position-vertical-relative; not valid if that parameter has a value of "text" or "line"

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