2.1.1691 Part 4 Section 6.1.2.1, arc (Arc Segment)

For additional notes that apply to this portion of the standard, please see the notes for pict, §2.9.23(a); curve, §6.1.2.3(d); image, §6.1.2.10(b-f).

a.   The standard states that xy and yx are valid values of the flip property on the style attribute.

Office does not allow these values; instead, it allows values of "x y" and "y x" (minus the quotes, but including the spaces) for the same purpose.

b.   The standard implies that the height and mso-height-percent properties on the style attribute are optional.

Office requires that at least one of these properties be set when an anchor element is not present; the height property is ignored when either the mso-height-percent property or an anchor element is specified.

c.   The standard implies that the left, margin-left, mso-position-horizontal, and mso-left-percent properties on the style attribute are optional.

Office requires that at least one of these properties be set when the value of the position property is absolute and an anchor element is not present; all of these properties are ignored when the value of the position property is static.

d.   The standard states that the margin-bottom property on the style attribute specifies the position of the bottom of the containing block of the shape relative to the shape anchor.

Office does not support this property.

e.   The standard states that the margin-right property on the style attribute specifies the position of the right of the containing block of the shape relative to the shape anchor.

Office does not support this property.

f.   The standard implies that the top, margin-top, mso-position-vertical, and mso-top-percent properties on the style attribute are optional.

Office requires that at least one of these properties be set when the value of the position property is absolute and an anchor element is not present; all of these properties are ignored when the value of the position property is static.

g.   The standard implies that the mso-position-horizontal-relative property on the style attribute is optional.

Office requires this property to be specified when the value of the mso-position-horizontal property on the style attribute is not absolute.

h.   The standard states that the only valid values for the mso-position-horizontal-relative property on the style attribute are margin, page, text, and char.

Office also allows values of left-margin-area, right-margin-area, inner-margin-area, and outer-margin area when the value of the mso-position-horizontal property on the style attribute is neither inside nor outside.

i.   The standard states that the default value of the mso-position-horizontal-relative property on the style attribute is text.

Office requires this property to be set.

j.   The standard states that the default value of the mso-position-vertical-relative property on the style attribute is text.

Office requires this property to be set.

k.   The standard states that the only valid values for the mso-position-vertical-relative property on the style attribute are margin, page, text, and line.

Office also allows values of top-margin-area, bottom-margin-area, inner-margin-area, and outer-margin area.

l.   The standard does not state how the mso-wrap-distance-bottom, mso-wrap-distance-left, mso-wrap-distance-right, and mso-wrap-distance-top properties on the style attribute are to be measured.

Office allows these properties to be measured using the absolute units designator cm, mm, in, pt, or pc; or using the relative units designator px.

m.   The standard states that the default value of the mso-wrap-distance-left and mso-wrap-distance-right properties on the style attribute is 0 pt.

Office uses a default value of 9 pt for these properties.

n.   The standard states that relative is a valid value for the position property on the style attribute.

Office does not support this value on this property.

o.   The standard states that auto is a valid value for the margin-left, margin-top, left, top, width, height, and z-index properties on the style attribute.

Office does not support this value on these properties.

p.   The standard states that the value of the margin-left, margin-top, left, top, width, and height properties on the style attribute may be specified as a percentage.

Office does not allow the value of these properties to be specified as a percentage.

q.   The standard states that the value of the margin-left, margin-top, left, top, width, and height properties on the style attribute may be specified in em or ex units.

Office does not allow the value of these properties to be specified in this way.

r.   The standard places no restrictions on the relationship between the top, margin-top, mso-position-vertical, or mso-top-percent properties on the style attribute.

Office ignores the top and margin-top properties when either the mso-position-vertical or mso-top-percent property on the style attribute is set, or when an anchor element is present.

s.   The standard implies that the width and mso-width-percent properties on the style attribute are optional.

Office requires that at least one of these properties be set when an anchor element is not present; the width property is ignored when either the mso-width-percent property or an anchor element is specified.

t.   The standard makes no mention of an mso-width-percent property on the style attribute.

Word uses this property to specify the width of the shape as a percentage of the layout object defined by the mso-width-relative property; its value is expressed as an integer between 10 and 10,000, inclusive, where each unit is a tenth of a percent.

u.   The standard makes no mention of an mso-height-percent property on the style attribute.

Word uses this property to specify the height of a shape as a percentage of the layout object defined by the mso-height-relative property; its value is expressed as an integer between 10 and 10,000, inclusive, where each unit is a tenth of a percent.

v.   The standard makes no mention of an mso-width-relative property on the style attribute.

Word uses this property to specify the layout object referred to by the mso-width-percent property; its allowed values are margin, page, left-margin-area, right-margin-area, inner-margin-area, and outer-margin-area, with page being the default.

w.   The standard makes no mention of an mso-height-relative property on the style attribute.

Word uses this property to specify the layout object referred to by the mso-height-percent property; its allowed values are margin, page, top-margin-area, bottom-margin-area, inner-margin-area, and outer-margin-area.

x.   The standard makes no mention of an mso-left-percent property on the style attribute.

Word uses this property to specify the location of the left edge of the shape as a percentage of the width of the layout object defined by the mso-position-horizontal-relative property; its value is expressed as an integer between -10,000 and 10,000, inclusive, where each unit is a tenth of a percent. This property cannot be used in combination with the mso-position-horizontal attribute on the style attribute.

y.   The standard makes no mention of an mso-top-percent property on the style attribute.

Word uses this property to specify the location of the top edge of the shape as a percentage of the height of the layout object defined by the mso-position-vertical-relative property; its value is expressed as an integer between -10,000 and 10,000, inclusive, where each unit is a tenth of a percent.  This property cannot be used in combination with the mso-position-vertical attribute on the style attribute.

z.   The standard states that the v-text-anchor property on the style attribute is only used by the textbox element, where it specifies the vertical anchoring of text within the textbox.

Office instead applies this property to the shape containing the textbox element, where it specifies the anchor point of the text contained within the shape.

aa.  The standard states that the default value of the allowincell attribute is false.

Office uses a default value of true for this attribute.

bb.  The standard states that the allowincell attribute specifies whether a shape can be placed in a table.

Office uses this attribute to specify whether a shape's anchor can be placed in a table.

cc.  The standard places no restrictions on how values of the z-index property on the style attribute be preserved.

Office preserves relative ordering and sign but not absolute values of this property.

dd.  The standard states that the default value of the z-index property on the style attribute is 0.

Office requires this property to be specified unless the element is shapedefaults, shapetype, textbox, or textpath.

ee.  The standard places no restrictions on the relationship between the top and margin-top properties on the style attribute.

Office combines the values from these two properties into the margin-top property.

ff.  The standard places no restrictions on the relationship between the left and margin-left properties on the style attribute.

Office combines the values from these two properties into the margin-left property.

gg.  The standard states that the values of the borderbottomcolor attribute are defined by the XML Schema string datatype.

Office defines the values of this attribute with the ST_ColorType simple type.

hh.  The standard states that the values of the bordertopcolor attribute are defined by the XML Schema string datatype.

Office defines the values of this attribute with the ST_ColorType simple type.

ii.  The standard states that the values of the borderrightcolor attribute are defined by the XML Schema string datatype.

Office defines the values of this attribute with the ST_ColorType simple type.

jj.  The standard states that the values of the borderleftcolor attribute are defined by the XML Schema string datatype.

Office defines the values of this attribute with the ST_ColorType simple type.

kk.  The standard does not state a valid value range for the mso-wrap-distance-bottom, mso-wrap-distance-left, mso-wrap-distance-right, mso-wrap-distance-top, width, and height properties on the style attribute.

Office requires the values of these properties to be non-negative.

ll.  The standard states that chromakey and opacity are valid attributes on the arc element.

Office does not support these attributes on this element.

mm.  The standard states that class is a valid attribute.

Office does not support this attribute.

nn.  The standard states that the default value of the connectortype attribute is straight.

Office uses a default value of none for this attribute.

oo.  The standard states that coordsize is a valid attribute on the image and roundrect elements.

Office does not support this attribute on these elements.

pp.  The standard states that the dgmnodekind attribute specifies an optional, application-specific parameter that is intended to be used by the application to tag different types of nodes in a diagram.

Office uses this attribute to indicate which type of position in an organization chart the shape represents.

qq.  The standard does not state how to interpret the value of the hrpct attribute.

Office interprets this attribute as tenths of a percentage point of the page width, where the page width is the width of the page without the margins.

rr.  The standard states that the values of the hrpct attribute are defined by the XML Schema float datatype.

Office restricts the value of this attribute to be at least 0 and at most 1000.

ss.  The standard states that the default value of the hrpct attribute is 0.

Office uses a default value of 1000 for this attribute.

tt.  The standard places no restrictions on when the ole attribute is preserved.

Office only preserves this attribute when the value of the spt attribute is 75 and a related OLEObject element exists.

uu.  The standard does not state how to interpret the locations specified in the wrapcoords attribute.

Office interprets these locations to be in terms of a 21,600-coordinate unit square, scaled anisotropically to fit the shape's dimensions, that maps to the bounding rectangle of the shape, with an origin at the top, left corner.

vv.  The standard states that the wrapcoords attribute is specified using a comma-delimited list of x and y coordinates.

Office uses a space-delimited list to specify this attribute, both when delimiting the x and y coordinates in a point and when delimiting points in the list.

ww.  The standard places no restrictions on the relationship between the borderbottomcolor attribute and the borderbottom child element.

Office ignores the borderbottomcolor attribute if there is no borderbottom child element.

xx.  The standard places no restrictions on the relationship between the bordertopcolor attribute and the bordertop child element.

Office ignores the bordertopcolor attribute if there is no bordertop child element.

yy.  The standard places no restrictions on the relationship between the borderrightcolor attribute and the borderright child element.

Office ignores the borderrightcolor attribute if there is no borderright child element.

zz.  The standard places no restrictions on the relationship between the borderleftcolor attribute and the borderleft child element.

Office ignores the borderleftcolor attribute if there is no borderleft child element.

aaa. The standard states that the default value of the strokeweight attribute is 1 point.

Office uses a default value of 0.75 points for this attribute.

bbb. The standard states that pixels are an absolute unit designator in the description for the margin-left, margin-top, margin-right, margin-bottom, left, top, width, and height properties on the style attribute.

Office treats pixels as a relative unit designator.

ccc. The standard implies that the mso-position-vertical-relative property on the style attribute is optional.

Office requires this property to be specified when the value of the mso-position-vertical property on the style attribute is not absolute.

ddd. The standard does not state how to interpret a value of 0 on the hrpct attribute.

Office interprets a value of 0 on this attribute to indicate that the size of the object is not expressed in terms of percentage of the page width.

eee. The standard does not state how to interpret multiple occurrences of a given property on the style attribute.

Office ignores all but the last occurrence of a property that is specified more than once.

fff. The standard places no restrictions on when the units specified in the margin-left, margin-top, left, top, width, and height properties on the style attribute will be used.

Office ignores the units specified on these properties when the element is a child in a group; the values are considered to be specified in the coordinate space of the parent, defined by the coordsize and coordorigin attributes.

ggg. The standard states that the left property on the style attribute specifies the position of the left of the containing block of the shape relative to the element left of it in the flow of the page.

Office uses this property to specify the position of the left edge of the content block from the left margin or, if the left margin is not set, from the anchor.

hhh. The standard states that the margin-left property on the style attribute specifies the position of the left of the containing block of the shape relative to the shape anchor.

Office uses this property to specify the position of the left margin of the content block from the anchor.

iii. The standard states that the mso-position-horizontal-relative property on the style attribute allows values of text and char, without restriction.

Office does not allow these values when this property is modifying the mso-left-percent property on the style attribute, or when the value of the mso-position-horizontal property on the style attribute is inside or outside.

jjj. The standard states that the mso-position-vertical-relative property on the style attribute allows a value of text, without restriction.

Office only allows this value when this property is modifying the mso-position-vertical property on the style attribute and the value of that property is absolute.

kkk. The standard states that the default value of the spt attribute is 0.

Office uses a default value of 19 for the arc element.

lll. The standard places no restrictions on the relationship between the connectortype and spt attributes.

Office ignores the connectortype attribute if the spt attribute does not indicate that the element is a connector.

mmm. The standard implies that text can be added to the arc element via the textbox child element.

Office may generate such content but subsequent open/save operations will not preserve that content on this element.

nnn. The standard implies that the arc element will preserve text wrapping information on the wrap child element.

Office will not preserve this information on this child element.

ooo. The standard states that the possible values for the ole attribute are defined by the ST_TrueFalseBlank simple type.

Office considers the existence of the ole attribute, regardless of its value, to indicate a value of true.

ppp. The standard does not state a default value for the insetpen attribute.

Office uses default value of false for this attribute.

qqq. The standard states that the background element is a valid parent for the arc element.

Office does not support the background element as a parent of the arc element.

rrr. The standard states that the mso-position-horizontal-relative property on the style attribute modifies the mso-position-horizontal property on the style attribute.

Office uses the mso-position-horizontal-relative property to modify either the mso-position-horizontal property or the mso-left-percent property on the style attribute.

sss. The standard states that the mso-position-vertical-relative property on the style attribute allows a value of line, without restriction.

Office does not allow this value when this property is modifying the mso-top-percent property on the style attribute.

ttt. The standard states that the mso-position-vertical-relative property on the style attribute modifies the mso-position-vertical property on the style attribute.

Office uses the mso-position-vertical-relative property to modify either the mso-position-vertical property or the mso-top-percent property on the style attribute.

uuu. The standard states that top-center, middle-center, bottom-center, top-baseline, bottom-baseline, top-center-baseline, and bottom-center-baseline are valid values for the v-text-anchor property on the style attribute.

Office does not support these values on this property.

vvv. The standard places no restrictions on when the allowincell attribute is applicable.

Excel and PowerPoint do not support this attribute; Word does not support this attribute on inline shapes.

www. The standard places no restrictions on when the coordorigin attribute is preserved.

Office does not preserve this attribute on a shape that references, via the type attribute, a shapetype element with the same coordorigin value.

xxx. The standard places no restrictions on when the coordorigin and coordsize attributes are preserved on the arc element.

Office preserves these attributes only when this element has at least one of the following children:  a path with connection points specified in its connectlocs attribute; a path with a textbox specified in its textboxrect attribute; or handles.

yyy. The standard states that values of the dgmnodekind attribute are defined by the XML Schema integer datatype.

Office restricts the values of this attribute to be at least 0 and at most 6, where the values represent regular, root, assistant, co-worker, subordinate, auxiliary, and default, respectively.

zzz. The standard places no restrictions on when the coordsize attribute is preserved.

Office does not preserve this attribute on a shape that references, via the type attribute, a shapetype element with the same coordorigin value.

aaaa. The standard places no restrictions on the value of the spt attribute.

Office requires that the spt attribute on an arc element have a value of 19.

bbbb. The standard places no restrictions on the relationship between the left, margin-left, mso-position-horizontal, and mso-left-percent properties on the style attribute.

Office ignores the left and margin-left properties when either the mso-position-horizontal or mso-left-percent property on the style attribute is set, or when an anchor element is present.

cccc. The standard states that the top property on the style attribute specifies the position of the top of the containing block of the shape relative to the element above it in the flow of the page.

Office uses this property to specify the position of the top edge of the content block from the top margin or, if the top margin is not set, from the anchor.

dddd. The standard states that the margin-top property on the style attribute specifies the position of the left of the containing block of the shape relative to the shape anchor.

Office uses this property to specify the position of the top margin of the content block from the anchor.

eeee. The standard states that the values of the id attribute are defined by the XML Schema string datatype.

Office defines the values of this attribute with the ST_ObjID (§3.9.3, ST_ObjID) simple type.

ffff. The standard states that the values of the spid attribute are defined by the XML Schema string datatype.

Office defines the values of this attribute with the ST_SpId (§3.9.6, ST_SpId) simple type.

gggg. The standard states that the height property on the style attribute specifies the height of the containing block of the shape.

Office uses this property to specify the height of the content block.

hhhh. The standard states that the width property on the style attribute specifies the width of the containing block of the shape.

Office uses this property to specify the width of the content block.

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