2.9.260 StdfBase

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The StdfBase structure specifies general information about a style.


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sti (12 bits): An unsigned integer that specifies the invariant style identifier for application-defined styles, or 0x0FFE for user-defined styles.

The sti identifies which styles in the stylesheet correspond to which application-defined styles. An application-defined style can have different names in different languages, but it MUST have the same sti value regardless of language. The sti values correspond to the "Index within Built-in Styles" table column that is specified in [ECMA-376] part 4, section 2.7.3.9 (name).

A - fScratch (1 bit): This bit is undefined and MUST be ignored.

B - fInvalHeight (1 bit):  Specifies whether the paragraph height information in the fcPlcfPhe field of FibRgFcLcb97, for any paragraphs having this paragraph style, MUST be ignored. SHOULD<240> be 0.

C - fHasUpe (1 bit): This bit is undefined and MUST be ignored.

D - fMassCopy (1 bit): This bit is undefined and MUST be ignored.

stk (4 bits): An unsigned integer that specifies the type of this style, which corresponds to the "type" attribute of the style element as specified in [ECMA-376] part 4, section 2.7.3.17 (Style Definition). This MUST be one of the following values:

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Paragraph style, as specified by the "paragraph" value in [ECMA-376] part 4, section 2.18.90 (ST_StyleType).

2

Character style, as specified by the "character" value in [ECMA-376] part 4, section 2.18.90 (ST_StyleType).

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Table style, as specified by the "table" value in [ECMA-376] part 4, section 2.18.90 (ST_StyleType).

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Numbering style, as specified by the "numbering" value in [ECMA-376] part 4, section 2.18.90 (ST_StyleType).

istdBase (12 bits): An unsigned integer that specifies the istd (see the rglpstd array in the STSH structure) of the parent style from which this style inherits in the style inheritance tree, or 0x0FFF if this style does not inherit from any other style in the current document. The meaning of the parent style is specified in the basedOn element in [ECMA-376] part 4, section 2.7.3.3. However, the style reference in that specification is a styleId rather than an istd, and an istdBase value of 0x0FFF corresponds to omitting the basedOn element.

The istdBase value MUST be an index that refers to a valid non-empty style in the array of style definitions. The istdBase value MUST NOT be the same as the istd of the current style and MUST NOT cause a loop in the style inheritance tree.

cupx (4 bits): An unsigned integer that specifies the count of formatting sets inside the structure, specified to style type, that is contained in the GrLPUpxSw.

Each type of style contains a different structure within GrLPUpxSw, as shown in the following table. The cupx value specifies the count of structures within the structure that is contained in the GrLPUpxSw. For each type of style, the cupx MUST be equal to the values that are shown in the table, depending on whether the style is revision-marked (in a revision-marked style the fHasOriginalStyle value in StdfPost2000 is 1; in a non-revision-marked style the value is 0.)

Table and numbering styles MUST NOT be revision-marked.

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GrLPUpxSw contains

cupx for non-revision-marked style

cupx for revision-marked-style

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StkParaGRLPUPX

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StkCharGRLPUPX

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StkTableGRLPUPX

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4 (numbering)

StkListGRLPUPX

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istdNext (12 bits): An unsigned integer that specifies the istd (see rglpstd in STSH) of the style which is automatically applied to a new paragraph created following a paragraph with the current style, as specified in more detail in [ECMA-376] part 4, section 2.7.3.10 (next). However, the style reference in that specification is a styleId rather than an istd.

The istdNext value MUST be an index that refers to a valid non-empty style in the array of style definitions.

bchUpe (2 bytes): An unsigned integer that specifies the size, in bytes, of std in LPStd. This value MUST be equal to cbStd in LPStd.

grfstd (2 bytes): A GRFSTD that specifies miscellaneous style properties.

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