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2.1.540 Part 1 Section 17.18.59, ST_NumberFormat (Numbering Format)
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2.1.540 Part 1 Section 17.18.59, ST_NumberFormat (Numbering Format)

a.   The standard states that the ideographEnclosedCircle numbering format specifies that the sequence shall consist of sequential numerical ideographs, using the appropriate character, as described below.

Word encloses sequential numerical ideographs of this format in parentheses.

b.   The standard states that the hindiConsonants attribute specifies that the sequence shall consist of Hindi consonants, and that the hindiVowels attribute specifies that the sequence shall consist of Hindi vowels.

Word uses the hindiConsonants attribute to specify that the sequence shall consist of Hindi vowels, and the hindiVowels attribute to specify that the sequence shall consist of Hindi consonants.

c.   The standard states for the aiueo and aiueoFullWidth enumeration values that a character should be repeated for values above 46

Word does not repeat any characters for values above 46, instead it simply starts at 1 again.

d.   The standard states that for the bahtText enumeration value, the application will use a sequence consisting of a numeric value from the Thai counting system.

Word interprets the bahtText enumeration value as decimal.

e.   The standard states for the chineseCountingThousand enumeration value, if the sequence number is between 10,000 and 100,000 and no groups are formed, and the number is not a multiple of 1,000, the symbol U+96F6 should be written.

Word does not write out the symbol U+96F6.

f.   The standard states for aiueoFullWidth that character is written once and then written once and then written once and then repeated the number of times the size of the set was subtracted from the original value.

Word writes the character once and then repeats it the number of times the size of the set was subtracted from the original value.

g.   The standard states for arabicAbjad that character is written once and then written once and then written once and then repeated the number of times the size of the set was subtracted from the original value.

Word writes the character once and then repeats it the number of times the size of the set was subtracted from the original value.

h.   The standard states that the arabicAlpha character is written once and then written once and then written once and then repeated the number of times the size of the set was subtracted from the original value.

Word writes the character once and then repeats it the number of times the size of the set was subtracted from the original value.

i.   The standard states for chicago that the character is written once and then written once and then repeated the number of times the size of the set was subtracted from the original value.

Word writes the character once and then repeats it the number of times the size of the set was subtracted from the original value.

j.   The standard does not specify a maximum value for cardinalText, chineseCountingThousand, chineseLegalSimplified, ideographLegalTraditional, japaneseCounting, koreanCounting, koreanDigital2, ordinalText, or taiwaneseCountingThousand.

Word does not write out anything for sequence numbers after 999,999 for cardinalText, chineseCountingThousand, chineseLegalSimplified, ideographLegalTraditional, japaneseCounting, koreanCounting, koreanDigital2, ordinalText, or taiwaneseCountingThousand.

k.   The standard does not specify a maximum value beyond which behavior should change for chicago.

Word does not write out sequence numbers for chicago after 116.

l.   The standard does not specify a maximum value beyond which behavior should change for hexadecimal format.

Word writes out nothing for sequence numbers after 65535 in hexadecimal format.

m.   The standard does not specify what to display for numbers above 9999 for japaneseDigitalTenThousand numbering styles.

Word does not display anything for sequence numbers above 9999 for japaneseDigitalTenThousand numbering styles.

n.   The standard does not specify a maximum value beyond which behavior should change for koreanLegal.

Word does not write out anything for sequence numbers for koreanLegal after 9,999,999.

o.   The standard does not specify maximum display values.

Word does not display values above 217483647.  In some cases Word will not display values above a lower value.

p.   The standard states that the set of characters used by the chineseLegalSimplified numbering format for values 1-10 starts with U+96F6.

Word uses the set of characters starting with u+96F6 for this numbering format for values 0-9.

q.   The standard specifies that the ten thousand symbol for chineseLegalSimplified is U+4E07.

Word uses the codepoint U+842C to represent the ten thousand sequence number for chineseLegalSimplified.

r.   The standard states for the chosung enumeration value that a character should be repeated for values above 14.

Word does not repeat any characters for values above 14, instead it simply starts at 1 again.

s.   The standard states that decimalEnclosedCircleChinese is identical to decimalEnclosedCircle.

Word uses only the first 10 characters from the same set as decimalEnclosedCircle to represent the numbers 1-10, and then falls back to decimal.

t.   The standards specifies a behavior for the dollarText enum value.

Word interprets the dollarText enum value as decimal.

u.   The standard states for the ganada enumeration value that a character should be repeated for values above 14

Word does not repeat any characters for values above 14; instead it simply restarts at 1.

v.   The standard specifies that for the ideographLegalTraditional enum value, the sequence number 3 is represented by the character U+53C3.

Word uses the character U+53C1 to represent the sequence number 3.

w.   The standard specifies the set of characters used by arabicAbjad numbering format for values 1–28.

Word adds the zero-width non-joiner character U+200C before every sequence number used by this numbering format.

x.   The standard specifies the set of characters used by arabicAlpha numbering format for values 1–28.

Word adds the zero-width non-joiner character U+200C after every sequence number used by this numbering format.

y.   The standard specifies the set of characters used by hebrew2 numbering format for values 1–22.

Word adds the RTL character U+200F before every sequence number used by this numbering format.

z.   The standard does not mention the usage of U+96F6 for ideographLegalTraditional.

Word uses the same rule as chineseLegalSimplified to determine when to write out U+96F6.

aa.  The standard does not mention the usage of the character U+5104 in the japaneseLegal numbering.

Word uses the character U+5104 when writing out the sequence numbers from 100,000,000 and above.

bb.  The standard does not specify any other characters for sequence numbers above 100 for the koreanLegal numbering style.

Word uses the procedure specified for koreanCounting numbering format to create sequence numbers for 100 and above.

cc.  The standard states that the sequence number is placed between two dashes.

Word inserts spaces (U+0020) between the number and the two dashes for numberInDashes numbering formats.

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