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2.1.1694 Part 4 Section 6.1.2.4, f (Single Formula)
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2.1.1694 Part 4 Section 6.1.2.4, f (Single Formula)

a. The standard indicates the formula for the mod operation of the eqn attribute is the square root of (v^2 + P1^2 + P1^2).

Office implements the mod operation of the eqn attribute as the square root of (v^2 + P1^2 + P2^2).

b. The standard indicates the set of valid arguments for the operations in the eqn attribute.

Office supports an additional value lineDrawn as an argument for formula evaluation:

Value

Description

lineDrawn

1 if the shape is stroked, 0 if it is not. A shape is not stroked if one of the following conditions is true:

The value of the on attribute of the stroke element (“[ECMA-376] Part 4 §6.1.2.21; stroke (Line Stroke Settings)”) is false.

The on attribute of the stroke element is absent and the value of the shape’s stroked attribute is false.

The on attribute of the stroke element is absent, the shape’s stroked attribute is absent and the value of the stroked attribute of the shapetype element (“[ECMA-376] Part 4 §6.1.2.20; shapetype (Shape Template)”) is false.

c. The standard indicates that hasfill is a valid argument for the operations in the eqn attribute.

Office does not support the hasfill argument for the operations in the eqn attribute.

d. The standard indicates that hasstroke is a valid argument for the operations in the eqn attribute.

Office does not support the hasstroke argument for the operations in the eqn attribute.

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