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2.1.1769 Part 4 Section 14.9.4.6, EQ

a.   The standard does not specify what the default alignment is for the \a switch.

In Word, the default alignment for the \a switch is center alignment.

b.   The standard says that the \o switch allows switches \ac, \al, and \ar.

In Word, the \o switch allows switches \ac, \al, \ar, and \ad, where the \ad switch specifies justified alignment of the character boxes.

c.   The standard says that for the \s switch, default for \ai switch is 2 points and no default is listed for \up switch.

In Word, for the \s switch, there is no default value for \ai switch and the default value for \up switch is 2 points.

d.   The standard says that switch \lf creates a list from an arbitrary number of arguments.

In Word, switch \l creates a list from an arbitrary number of arguments.

e.   The standard says that description says that the EQ field computes a mathematical equation.

In Word, the EQ field is used to display a mathematical equation.

f.   The standard does not restrict the integer argument of spacing switches \hs and \vs used with \a and spacing switches \ai and \di used with \s.

Word allows integer arguments between 0 and 127 inclusive for the spacing switches \hs and \vs used with \a and spacing switches \ai and \di used with \s.

g.   The standard says that the \x switch draws a border segment around a single argument, but then says no arguments are allowed.

In Word, the \x switch draws a border segment around a single argument and at most one argument is allowed.

h.   The standard allows the EQ field to be nested inside other fields.

In Word, if the EQ field is nested inside a field which is not an EQ field, no value is displayed.

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