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2.3.7.7 fillBlip

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The fillBlip property specifies the BLIP that is used for pattern, texture, or picture fills.


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opid

fillBlip

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opid (2 bytes): An OfficeArtFOPTEOPID record, as defined in section 2.2.8, that specifies the header for this property. The following table specifies the subfields.

Field

Meaning

opid.opid

A value that MUST be 0x0186.

opid.fBid

A value that MUST be 0x0 if fComplex equals 0x1 or 0x1 if fComplex equals 0x0. If this record is contained in an OfficeArtInlineSpContainer record, as defined in section 2.2.15, then the value MUST be ignored.

opid.fComplex

A bit that indicates whether the fillBlip_complex property, as defined in section 2.3.7.8, exists. If the value equals 0x1, fillBlip_complex MUST exist. If this record is contained in an OfficeArtInlineSpContainer record, as defined in section 2.2.15, then the value MUST be ignored.

fillBlip (4 bytes): An unsigned integer specifying the BLIP that is used for pattern, texture, or picture fills. The value of opid.fComplex determines the meaning of this field, as specified in the following table. The default value for this property is 0x00000000. If this record is contained in an OfficeArtInlineSpContainer record, as defined in section 2.2.15, then the value MUST be ignored.

Value of opid.fComplex

Meaning of fillBlip field

0x0

Specifies a one-based index into the rgfb array of the OfficeArtBStoreContainer record, as defined in section 2.2.20. A value of 0x00000000 MUST be ignored.

0x1

Specifies the number of bytes of data in the fillBlip_complex property, as defined in section 2.3.7.8.

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