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2.1.495 Part 1 Section 17.16.5.59, STYLEREF

a. The standard does not fully define what switch \n means in a STYLEREF field.

In Word, for a referenced numbered paragraph, \n causes the field result to be the paragraph number without trailing periods. No information about prior numbered levels is displayed unless it is included as part of the current level.

[Example: If the referenced paragraph is numbered 2.7.1, the field shall result in 1. end example]

b. The standard does not mention shorthand for how heading styles may be used.

Word interprets 1 as heading 1, 2 as heading 2, ... 9 as heading 9 in field-argument.

c. The standard specifies different search algorithms for a STYLEREF field in a header for a printed document versus an electronic document.

When a STYLEREF field is in a header in an electronic document, Word uses the search algorithm specified for a STYLEREF field in a header for a printed document.

d. The standard does not fully define what switch \r means in a STYLEREF field.

In Word, for a referenced numbered paragraph, \r inserts the paragraph number of the bookmarked paragraph in relative context, or relative to its position in the numbering scheme without trailing periods.

[Example: If the REF field is contained within paragraph 4.3.1 and the referenced paragraph is numbered 4.5.2, the result shall be 5.2. end example]

e. The standard does not fully define what switch \w means in a STYLEREF field.

In Word, for a referenced numbered paragraph, \w causes the field result to be the entire paragraph number without trailing periods, regardless of the location of the REF field.

[Example: If the REF field is contained within paragraph 4.3.1 and the referenced paragraph is numbered 4.5.2, the result shall be 4.5.2. end example]

f. The standard does not fully define what switch \l means in a STYLEREF field.

In Word, if the STYLEREF field is in a header, then this switch causes the search to go from the bottom of the page to the beginning of the document and then to the end of the document; otherwise, it has no effect.

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