2.1.1812 Part 4 Section 7.1.2.22, cSp (Matrix Column Spacing)

a.   The standard states that the val attribute is measured in points or lines, depending on the setting of the rule of the parent element.

Word always measures the value of this attribute in twips.

This note applies to the following products: 2007, 2007 SP1, 2007 SP2.

b.   The standard states that the values of the val attribute are defined by the XML unsignedInt datatype.

Office restricts the value of this attribute to be at most 31680 (22").

c.   The standard says that the cSp element specifies the minimum column spacing between corresponding edges.

In Office, this element specifies the minimum column width of a matrix. The actual column width of a matrix shall be the greater of either the width of the column’s widest argument or cSp. This additional spacing can be added to enhance appearance. The cGp gap spacing (also referred to as “Column Gap” or “Gap Width”) is added to the cSp (Minimum Matrix Column Width) to determine the total Matrix Column Spacing (distance between the same edges of different columns). The following image depicts how cGp and cSp work together to define matrix column spacing in a 2x2 matrix:

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This note applies to the following products: 2007, 2007 SP1, 2007 SP2.

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