2.1.1764 Part 4 Section 14.6.1.2, numberingChange (Previous Paragraph Numbering Properties)

For additional notes that apply to this portion of the standard, please see the notes for comment, §17.13.4.2(c); cellDel, §17.13.5.1(a); ins, §17.13.5.18(b).

a.   The standard states that the numbering level in the original attribute starts with %.

In Word, the value of original is represented as separate numbering level definitions defined as follows:

 <[numbering prefix]%[numbering level]:[nfc value]:[numbering format]:[separator]>[repeat if more than one level]

where:

  • numbering prefix – Optional text which should precede the number.

  • numbering level – The level for which the numbering definition is defined.

  • nfc value – The value of the numbering style at the specific numbering level.

  • numbering format – The nfc value of the numbering format, as referenced in the following table.

  • separator – The separator used to separate the numbering level definitions.

  • If the numbering prefix or separator includes a pair of consecutive % characters, then that pair of characters shall be treated as a single % character rather than the start of a new numbering level.

  • The total length of original, omitting all instances of nfc value and numbering format and all ‘:’ characters used to separate the pieces of the number level definitions, shall be at most 31.

The numbering format values are mapped as follows:

nfc Value

ST_NumberFormat enumeration equivalent

0

decimal

1

upperRoman

2

lowerRoman

3

upperLetter

4

lowerLetter

5

ordinal

6

cardinalText

7

ordinalText

8

hex

9

chicago

10

ideographDigital

11

japaneseCounting

12

Aiueo

13

Iroha

14

decimalFullWidth

15

decimalHalfWidth

16

japaneseLegal

17

japaneseDigitalTenThousand

18

decimalEnclosedCircle

19

decimalFullWidth2

20

aiueoFullWidth

21

irohaFullWidth

22

decimalZero

23

bullet

24

ganada

25

chosung

26

decimalEnclosedFullstop

27

decimalEnclosedParen

28

decimalEnclosedCircleChinese

29

ideographEnclosedCircle

30

ideographTraditional

31

ideographZodiac

32

ideographZodiacTraditional

33

taiwaneseCounting

34

ideographLegalTraditional

35

taiwaneseCountingThousand

36

taiwaneseDigital

37

chineseCounting

38

chineseLegalSimplified

39

chineseCountingThousand

40

Application-defined. May be ignored.

41

koreanDigital

42

koreanCounting

43

koreanLegal

44

koreanDigital2

45

hebrew1

46

arabicAlpha

47

hebrew2

48

arabicAbjad

49

hindiVowels

50

hindiConsonants

51

hindiNumbers

52

hindiCounting

53

thaiLetters

54

thaiNumbers

55

thaiCounting

56

vietnameseCounting

57

numberInDash

58

russianLower

59

russianUpper

60 or higher

Application-defined. May be ignored.

b.   The standard does not state how to interpret a pair of consecutive percent characters in the value of the original attribute.

Word treats a pair of consecutive percent characters in this attribute as a single percent character.

c.   The standard does not restrict the length of the original attribute.

Word requires that the total length of original, omitting all instances of nfc_value and numbering_format and all ':' characters used to separate the pieces of the number level definitions, shall be at most 31 characters.

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