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2.1.1808 Part 4 Section 19.2.2.8, diagram (VML Diagram)

For additional notes that apply to this portion of the standard, please see the notes for pict, §14.2.2.2(a) ; pict, §14.5.1(a) ; hdrShapeDefaults, §14.7.2.1(a) ; shapeDefaults, §14.7.2.2(a) ; background, §17.2.1(a) .

a. The standard indicates that the dgmscalex attribute behavior is application-specific.

In Office, dgmscalex informs the horizontal distance between shapes when the diagram is resized. Office considers this value in conjunction with the dgmscaley attribute to determine the position of shapes during a resize action.

b. The standard indicates that the dgmscalex attribute behavior is application-specific, and does not specify a default value.

In Office the dgmscalex attribute uses a default of 65536, which means a 1:1 scale in x. Larger values indicate a larger distance between shapes, and smaller values indicate a smaller distance.

c. The standard indicates that the dgmscaley attribute behavior is application-specific.

In Office, dgmscaley informs the vertical distance between shapes when the diagram is resized. Office considers this value in conjunction with the dgmscalex attribute to determine the position of shapes during a resize action.

d. The standard indicates that the dgmscaley attribute behavior is application-specific, and does not specify a default value.

In Office the dgmscaley attribute uses a default of 65536, which means a 1:1 scale in y. Larger values indicate a larger distance between shapes, and smaller values indicate a smaller distance.

e. The standard does not define a default value for the dgmbasetextscale attribute.

In Office the dgmbasetextscale attribute uses a default value of 65536, which means a 1:1 scale.

f. The standard indicates how the dgmbasetextscale attribute is used.

Office uses the dgmbasetextscale attribute to specify the new font size relative to the default font size.

g. The standard indicates that the constrainbounds attribute behavior is application-specific.

Office uses the constrainbounds attribute to fit the diagram to its container bounds. The rectangle defined by this attribute shall be inside the current diagram bounds defined by the coordorigin and coordsize attributes.

h. The standard indicates that the dgmstyle attribute behavior is application-specific.

Office ignores the dgmstyle attribute on file load and does not guarantee preserving it on file save. Office relies on the regular formatting markup on the shape to determine if formatting properties exist on the shape.

i. The standard does not restrict the number of instances of this element.

Office allows at most only one instance of the diagram element in each place where it can be used.

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