2.9.1 Acd

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The Acd structure specifies an allocated command.


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ibst (2 bytes): Index in the Command String Table (TcgSttbf.sttbf) where a string representation of the argument to the allocated command is specified.

fciBasedOn (13 bits): An Fci that identifies the allocated command. MUST be one of the following Fci values. Each item specifies what the value of the argument as specified by ibst is.

  • ApplyStyleName. The argument specifies the style to apply. The argument MUST be at least 2 characters long. The 16-bit value of the first character MUST be either 0x0001 or 0x0002.

  • If the 16-bit value of the first character is 0x0001, then the argument MUST be exactly 3 characters long. The second and third characters specify the sti of the style to apply (see StdfBase.sti). The sti is given by (c2 & 0x00FF) * 256 + (c3 & 0x00FF) where c2 and c3 represent the character codes of the second and third characters. The sti value MUST be less than 267.

  • If the 16-bit value of the first character is 0x0002, then the remaining characters in the argument specify the name of the style to apply.

  • ApplyFontName. The argument is the name of the font to apply when this command is executed.

  • ApplyAutoTextName. The argument is the name of the AutoText entry to insert when this command is executed.

  • Columns. The argument specifies the number of columns to apply. The number of columns is the character code of the first character in the string.

  • Condensed. The argument specifies the amount to condense by. The amount is specified in twips and is given by (c1 & 0x00FF) * 256 + (c2 & 0x00FF) where c1 and c2 represent the character codes of the first and second characters in the argument string.

  • Expanded. The argument specifies the amount to expand by. The amount is specified in twips and is given by (c1 & 0x00FF) * 256 + (c2 & 0x00FF) where c1 and c2 represent the character codes of the first and second characters in the argument string.

  • FontSize. The argument specifies the font size. The amount is specified in half points and is given by (c1 & 0x00FF) * 256 + (c2 & 0x00FF) where c1 and c2 represent the 16-bit values of the first and second characters in the argument string.

  • Lowered. The argument specifies the amount to lower the text by. The amount is specified in half points and is given by (c1 & 0x00FF) * 256 + (c2 & 0x00FF) where c1 and c2 represent the 16-bit values of the first and second characters in the argument string.

  • Raised. The argument specifies the amount to raise the text by. The amount is specified in half points and is given by (c1 & 0x00FF) * 256 + (c2 & 0x00FF) where c1 and c2 represent the 16-bit values codes of the first and second characters in the argument string.

  • FileOpenFile. The argument specifies the file name to open.

  • Shading. The argument specifies which shading pattern to apply. The 16-bit value of the first character of the argument is an IPat.

  • Borders. The argument specifies which border to apply. The 16-bit value of the first character of the argument MUST be one of the following values, and specifies which border to apply.

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    0

    Clear all borders.

    1

    Apply top border.

    2

    Apply bottom border.

    3

    Apply left border.

    4

    Apply right border.

    5

    Apply inside borders.

    6

    Apply box borders.

    7

    Apply grid borders.

    The weight and style of the border applied is that of the last border applied by the user during the editing session, or a single, black border if no border has been applied in this session.

  • Color. The argument specifies the color to apply. The 16-bit value of the first character of the argument is an Ico.

  • Symbol. The argument specifies the symbol character and font to insert. The first character of the argument is the symbol character to insert. If there are more characters in the argument, they form the name of the font to apply to the newly inserted character. If the character set of the font to use is the SYMBOL_CHARSET then the symbol character to insert is given by (c1 & 0x00FF).

A - reserved (1 bit): This value MUST be 1.

B - fFree (1 bit): Specifies whether the current Acd is an unused slot in PlfAcd.rgacd. A value of 1 specifies that the current Acd is unused. A value of 0 specifies that the current Acd is valid and used.

C - fRef (1 bit): Specifies whether the current Acd is being referenced by a command. If fFree is 1, fRef MUST be 0; if fFree is 0, fRef MUST be 1.

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