2.9.93 FNPI

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The FNPI structure contains a type and an identifier for a file name. This structure can be used to define the type and identifier of a file name in SttbFnm, or it can be used to reference the file name in SttbFnm that has an identical fnpi in the appended FNIF. The definition of each FNPI specifies how it is used.


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fnpt

fnpd

fnpt (4 bits):  A signed integer that specifies the type of a file name. This MUST be one of the following values.

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Meaning

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The file name refers to a mail merge data source file. This document MUST be a mail merge document.

5

The file name refers to a subdocument. This document MUST be a master document.

fnpd (12 bits):  A signed integer that specifies an identifier for a file name. This value MUST NOT be 0xFFF.

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