2.1.55 Part 4 Section 2.3.1.21, overflowPunct (Allow Punctuation to Extent Past Text Extents)

a.   The standard states that this setting applies to punctuation characters, but does not specify which characters are punctuation characters.

Word only applies this setting to the following characters:

If the parent run is Chinese (Simplified):

!%),.:;>?]}¢°·ˇ’”‰′″℃∶、。〃〉》」』】〕〗〞﹚﹜﹞!"%'),.:;?]}¢

If the parent run is Chinese (Traditional):

!),.:;?]}’”′、。〉》」』】〕〞﹚﹜﹞!),.:;?]}

If the parent run is Japanese:

,.’”、。」』】),.]}。、

If the parent run is Korean:

!%),.:;?]}¢°’”′″℃〉》」』】〕!%),.:;?]}¢

b.   The standard does not state how a conflict between the overflowPunct element and the kinsoku element should be resolved when both are applied to a single paragraph.

Word ignores the kinsoku element when this element is present and the two settings conflict.

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