2.1.1783 Part 4 Section 19.1.2.3, curve (Bezier Curve)

For additional notes that apply to this portion of the standard, please see the notes for pict, §14.5.1(a); arc, §19.1.2.1(c-mm,oo-xx,ccc-lll,nnn,qqq, rrr,ttt-yyy,aaaa, bbbb,dddd-jjjj); image, §19.1.2.10(b-f).

a.   The standard indicates the default value of the control1 attribute is "10,10".

Office uses a default value of "0,0" for the control1 attribute.

b.   The standard indicates the default value of the control2 attribute is "20,20".

Office uses a default value of "0,0" for the control2 attribute.

c.   The standard indicates the default value of the to attribute is "30,20".

Office uses a default value of "0,0" for the to attribute.

d.   The standard states that the line, polyline, and curve elements only ignore the top, left, width, and height properties on the style attribute.

Office also ignores the margin-top, margin-left, mso-left-percent, mso-position-horizontal, mso-position-horizontal-relative, mso-top-percent, mso-position-vertical and mso-position-vertical-relative properties when applied to these elements.

e.   The standard indicates that background is a parent element for the element curve.

In Office the background element is not supported as a parent for the element curve.

f.   The standard places no restrictions on the value of the spt attribute.

Office requires that the spt attribute on a curve element have a value of 0. It is an error to specify this attribute as anything other than the default value, except for the shape and shapetype elements which can handle any valid spt value.

g.   The standard states that chromakey and opacity are valid attributes on the curve element.

Office does not support these attributes on this element.

h.   The standard does not mention the gfxdata attribute.

Office uses an gfxdata attribute. The definition is the same as the gfxdata attribute defined in Section 14.1.2.19.

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