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2.9.294 SttbRgtplc

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The SttbRgtplc structure is an STTB structure in which each string specifies the bullet/numbering formats for a hybrid bulleted/numbered multi-level list. Because such a list can have a maximum of 9 levels, each string, if not empty, is in fact an array of 9 32-bit Tplc elements. The first element in each array specifies the format of the outermost level in the hybrid list.

SttbRgtplc is used parallel to PlfLst to specify the list formatting details. The index of each string inside SttbRgtplc corresponds to the LSTF of the same index inside PlfLst, with each Tplc mapped to the corresponding LVL inside the LSTF.

If the fHybrid member of the LSTF corresponding to a string in SttbRgtplc is 1, then that string in SttbRgtplc is not used and thus can be empty. In that case, the cchData of that string in the following table can be zero.

There is no extra data appended to the strings of this STTB.


0


1


2


3


4


5


6


7


8


9

1
0


1


2


3


4


5


6


7


8


9

2
0


1


2


3


4


5


6


7


8


9

3
0


1

fExtend (2 bytes)

cData (2 bytes)

cbExtra (2 bytes)

cchData0 (2 bytes)

Data(0 or 36 bytes)

cchData1 (2 bytes)

Data(0 or 36 bytes)

cchDatacData-1 (2 bytes)

DatacData-1  (0 or 36 bytes)

The SttbRgtplc structure is an STTB with the following additional restrictions on its field values:

fExtend (2 bytes): This value MUST be 0xFFFF.

cData (2 bytes): This value MUST NOT exceed 0x7FF0.

cbExtra (2 bytes): This value MUST be 0.

cchData (2 bytes): This value MUST be either 0x0 or 0x12.

Data (0 or 36 bytes): An array that contains 9 Tplc elements. This does not exist if cchData is 0x0.

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