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2.9.208 PositionCodeOperand

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The PositionCodeOperand structure is an operand that specifies the location of an anchor point for an absolutely positioned table or frame.


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padding (4 bits): This value MUST be zero and MUST be ignored.

A - pcVert (2 bits): An unsigned integer that MUST be one of the following values.

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The vertical position of the table or frame is relative to the top page margin.

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The vertical position of the table or frame is relative to the top edge of the page.

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The vertical position of the table or frame is relative to the paragraph bottom of the paragraph that precedes it.

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None. The table or frame is not absolutely positioned.

B - pcHorz (2 bits): An unsigned integer that MUST be one of the following values.

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The horizontal position of the table or frame is relative to the left edge of the current column.

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The horizontal position of the table or frame is relative to the left page margin.

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The horizontal position of the table or frame is relative to the left edge of the page.

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None. The table or frame is not absolutely positioned.

Note that all horizontal position measurements are made from the physical left.

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