Open Document Format for Office Applications (OpenDocument) Version 1.2

Part 1: OpenDocument Schema

OASIS Standard

29 September 2011

Specification URIs:

This version:

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http://docs.oasis-open.org/office/v1.2/OpenDocument-v1.2-part1.html

Technical Committee:

OASIS Open Document Format for Office Applications (OpenDocument) TC

Chairs:

Rob Weir, IBM
Michael Brauer, Oracle Corporation

Editors:

Patrick Durusau

Michael Brauer, Oracle Corporation

Related work:

This document is part of the OASIS Open Document Format for Office Applications (OpenDocument) Version 1.2 specification.

The OpenDocument v1.2 specification has these parts:

OpenDocument v1.2 part 1: OpenDocument Schema (this part)
OpenDocument v1.2 part 2: Recalculated Formula (OpenFormula) Format
OpenDocument v1.2 part 3: Packages

OpenDocument v1.2 part 1 defines these schemas and ontologies:

OpenDocument v1.2 Relax NG Schema
OpenDocument v1.2 Metadata Manifest Ontology

Declared XML namespaces:

urn:oasis:names:tc:opendocument:xmlns:animation:1.0
urn:oasis:names:tc:opendocument:xmlns:chart:1.0
urn:oasis:names:tc:opendocument:xmlns:config:1.0
urn:oasis:names:tc:opendocument:xmlns:database:1.0
urn:oasis:names:tc:opendocument:xmlns:dr3d:1.0
urn:oasis:names:tc:opendocument:xmlns:drawing:1.0
urn:oasis:names:tc:opendocument:xmlns:form:1.0
urn:oasis:names:tc:opendocument:xmlns:manifest:1.0
urn:oasis:names:tc:opendocument:xmlns:meta:1.0
urn:oasis:names:tc:opendocument:xmlns:data style:1.0
urn:oasis:names:tc:opendocument:xmlns:office:1.0
urn:oasis:names:tc:opendocument:xmlns:presentation:1.0
urn:oasis:names:tc:opendocument:xmlns:script:1.0
urn:oasis:names:tc:opendocument:xmlns:table:1.0
urn:oasis:names:tc:opendocument:xmlns:text:1.0
urn:oasis:names:tc:opendocument:xmlns:style:1.0
urn:oasis:names:tc:opendocument:xmlns:xsl-fo-compatible:1.0
urn:oasis:names:tc:opendocument:xmlns:svg-compatible:1.0
urn:oasis:names:tc:opendocument:xmlns:smil-compatible:1.0
urn:oasis:names:tc:opendocument:xmlns:of:1.2
http://docs.oasis-open.org/ns/office/1.2/meta/odf#

Abstract:

This document is part of the Open Document Format for Office Applications (OpenDocument) Version 1.2 specification.

It defines an XML schema for office applications and its semantics. The schema is suitable for office documents, including text documents, spreadsheets, charts and graphical documents like drawings or presentations, but is not restricted to these kinds of documents.

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Open Document Format for Office Applications (OpenDocument) Version 1.2 Part 1: OpenDocument Schema. 29 September 2011. OASIS Standard. http://docs.oasis-open.org/office/v1.2/os/OpenDocument-v1.2-os-part1.html

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Table of Contents

1 Introduction

1.1 Introduction

1.2 Terminology

1.3 Normative References

1.4 Non Normative References

1.5 Namespaces

2 OpenDocument Documents, Consumers and Producers

2.1 Introduction

2.2 Documents

2.2.1 OpenDocument Document

2.2.2 OpenDocument Extended Document

2.2.3 OpenDocument Text Document

2.2.4 OpenDocument Spreadsheet Document

2.2.5 OpenDocument Drawing Document

2.2.6 OpenDocument Presentation Document

2.2.7 OpenDocument Chart Document

2.2.8 OpenDocument Image Document

2.2.9 OpenDocument Formula Document

2.2.10 OpenDocument Database Front End Document

2.3 Producers

2.3.1 OpenDocument Producer

2.3.2 OpenDocument Extended Producer

2.4 Consumer

3 Document Structure

3.1 Document Representation

3.1.1 General

3.1.2 <office:document>(Single OpenDocument XML Files)

3.1.3 Package OpenDocument Files

3.1.3.1 General

3.1.3.2 <office:document-content>

3.1.3.3 <office:document-styles>

3.1.3.4 <office:document-meta>

3.1.3.5 <office:document-settings>

3.1.4 Summary of Document Representation

3.2 <office:meta>

3.3 <office:body>

3.4 <office:text>

3.5 <office:drawing>

3.6 <office:presentation>

3.7 <office:spreadsheet>

3.8 <office:chart>

3.9 <office:image>

3.10 <office:settings>

3.10.1 General

3.10.2 <config:config-item-set>

3.10.3 <config:config-item>

3.10.4 <config:config-item-map-indexed>

3.10.5 <config:config-item-map-entry>

3.10.6 <config:config-item-map-named>

3.11 Cursor Position Setting

3.12 <office:scripts>

3.13 <office:script>

3.14 <office:font-face-decls>

3.15 Styles

3.15.1 General

3.15.2 <office:styles>

3.15.3 <office:automatic-styles>

3.15.4 <office:master-styles>

3.16 Document Signatures

3.17 Foreign Elements and Attributes

3.18 White Space Processing and EOL Handling

3.19 MIME Types and File Name Extensions

4 Metadata

4.1 General

4.2 RDF Metadata

4.2.1 In Content Metadata (RDFa)

4.2.2 manifest.rdf

4.2.2.1 General

4.2.2.2 odf:ContentFile

4.2.2.3 odf:StylesFile

4.2.2.4 odf:Element

4.2.2.5 odf:prefix

4.2.2.6 odf:suffix

4.3 Non-RDF Metadata

4.3.1 General

4.3.2 Pre-Defined Metadata Elements

4.3.2.1 <meta:generator>

4.3.2.2 <dc:title>

4.3.2.3 <dc:description>

4.3.2.4 <dc:subject>

4.3.2.5 <meta:keyword>

4.3.2.6 <meta:initial-creator>

4.3.2.7 <dc:creator>

4.3.2.8 <meta:printed-by>

4.3.2.9 <meta:creation-date>

4.3.2.10 <dc:date>

4.3.2.11 <meta:print-date>

4.3.2.12 <meta:template>

4.3.2.13 <meta:auto-reload>

4.3.2.14 <meta:hyperlink-behaviour>

4.3.2.15 <dc:language>

4.3.2.16 <meta:editing-cycles>

4.3.2.17 <meta:editing-duration>

4.3.2.18 <meta:document-statistic>

4.3.3 <meta:user-defined>

5 Text Content

5.1 Headings, Paragraphs and Basic Text Structure

5.1.1 General

5.1.2 <text:h>

5.1.3 <text:p>

5.2 <text:page-sequence>

5.2.1 General

5.2.2 <text:page>

5.3 Lists

5.3.1 <text:list>

5.3.2 Default List Style

5.3.3 <text:list-header>

5.3.4 <text:list-item>

5.3.5 List Item Style Rules

5.3.6 <text:numbered-paragraph>

5.3.7 Numbered Paragraph Style Rules

5.4 <text:section>

5.4.1 General

5.4.2 <text:section-source>

5.5 Change Tracking

5.5.1 <text:tracked-changes>

5.5.2 <text:changed-region>

5.5.3 <text:insertion>

5.5.4 <text:deletion>

5.5.5 <text:format-change>

5.5.6 <office:change-info>

5.5.7 Change Marks

5.5.7.1 General

5.5.7.2 <text:change-start>

5.5.7.3 <text:change-end>

5.5.7.4 <text:change>

5.6 <text:soft-page-break>

5.7 Document Declarations

6 Paragraph Elements Content

6.1 Basic Text Content

6.1.1 General

6.1.2 White Space Characters

6.1.3 <text:s>

6.1.4 <text:tab>

6.1.5 <text:line-break>

6.1.6 Soft Hyphens, Hyphens, and Non-breaking Spaces

6.1.7 <text:span>

6.1.8 <text:a>

6.1.9 <text:meta>

6.1.10 <text:number>

6.2 Bookmarks and References

6.2.1 Bookmarks

6.2.1.1 General

6.2.1.2 <text:bookmark>

6.2.1.3 <text:bookmark-start>

6.2.1.4 <text:bookmark-end>

6.2.2 References

6.2.2.1 General

6.2.2.2 <text:reference-mark>

6.2.2.3 <text:reference-mark-start>

6.2.2.4 <text:reference-mark-end>

6.3 Notes

6.3.1 General

6.3.2 <text:note>

6.3.3 <text:note-citation>

6.3.4 <text:note-body>

6.4 <text:ruby>

6.4.1 General

6.4.2 <text:ruby-base>

6.4.3 <text:ruby-text>

7 Text Fields

7.1 General

7.2 Common Characteristics of Field Elements

7.3 Document Fields

7.3.1 General

7.3.2 <text:date>

7.3.3 <text:time>

7.3.4 <text:page-number>

7.3.5 <text:page-continuation>

7.3.6 Subsequent Author Fields

7.3.6.1 General

7.3.6.2 <text:sender-firstname>

7.3.6.3 <text:sender-lastname>

7.3.6.4 <text:sender-initials>

7.3.6.5 <text:sender-title>

7.3.6.6 <text:sender-position>

7.3.6.7 <text:sender-email>

7.3.6.8 <text:sender-phone-private>

7.3.6.9 <text:sender-fax>

7.3.6.10 <text:sender-company>

7.3.6.11 <text:sender-phone-work>

7.3.6.12 <text:sender-street>

7.3.6.13 <text:sender-city>

7.3.6.14 <text:sender-postal-code>

7.3.6.15 <text:sender-country>

7.3.6.16 <text:sender-state-or-province>

7.3.7 Author Fields

7.3.7.1 <text:author-name>

7.3.7.2 <text:author-initials>

7.3.8 <text:chapter>

7.3.9 <text:file-name>

7.3.10 <text:template-name>

7.3.11 <text:sheet-name>

7.4 Variable Fields

7.4.1 General

7.4.2 <text:variable-decls>

7.4.3 <text:variable-decl>

7.4.4 <text:variable-set>

7.4.5 <text:variable-get>

7.4.6 <text:variable-input>

7.4.7 <text:user-field-decls>

7.4.8 <text:user-field-decl>

7.4.9 <text:user-field-get>

7.4.10 <text:user-field-input>

7.4.11 <text:sequence-decls>

7.4.12 <text:sequence-decl>

7.4.13 <text:sequence>

7.4.14 <text:expression>

7.4.15 <text:text-input>

7.5 Metadata Fields

7.5.1 General

7.5.2 <text:initial-creator>

7.5.3 <text:creation-date>

7.5.4 <text:creation-time>

7.5.5 <text:description>

7.5.6 <text:user-defined>

7.5.7 <text:print-time>

7.5.8 <text:print-date>

7.5.9 <text:printed-by>

7.5.10 <text:title>

7.5.11 <text:subject>

7.5.12 <text:keywords>

7.5.13 <text:editing-cycles>

7.5.14 <text:editing-duration>

7.5.15 <text:modification-time>

7.5.16 <text:modification-date>

7.5.17 <text:creator>

7.5.18 Document Statistics Fields

7.5.18.1 General

7.5.18.2 <text:page-count>

7.5.18.3 <text:paragraph-count>

7.5.18.4 <text:word-count>

7.5.18.5 <text:character-count>

7.5.18.6 <text:table-count>

7.5.18.7 <text:image-count>

7.5.18.8 <text:object-count>

7.5.19 <text:meta-field>

7.6 Database Fields

7.6.1 General

7.6.2 <form:connection-resource>

7.6.3 <text:database-display>

7.6.4 <text:database-next>

7.6.5 <text:database-row-select>

7.6.6 <text:database-row-number>

7.6.7 <text:database-name>

7.7 More Fields

7.7.1 Page Variable Fields

7.7.1.1 General

7.7.1.2 <text:page-variable-set>

7.7.1.3 <text:page-variable-get>

7.7.2 <text:placeholder>

7.7.3 <text:conditional-text>

7.7.4 <text:hidden-text>

7.7.5 <text:reference-ref>

7.7.6 <text:bookmark-ref>

7.7.7 <text:note-ref>

7.7.8 <text:sequence-ref>

7.7.9 <text:script>

7.7.10 <text:execute-macro>

7.7.11 <text:hidden-paragraph>

7.7.12 <text:dde-connection>

7.7.13 <text:measure>

7.7.14 <text:table-formula> (deprecated)

8 Text Indexes

8.1 Index Marks

8.1.1 General

8.1.2 <text:toc-mark-start>

8.1.3 <text:toc-mark-end>

8.1.4 <text:toc-mark>

8.1.5 <text:user-index-mark-start>

8.1.6 <text:user-index-mark-end>

8.1.7 <text:user-index-mark>

8.1.8 <text:alphabetical-index-mark-start>

8.1.9 <text:alphabetical-index-mark-end>

8.1.10 <text:alphabetical-index-mark>

8.1.11 <text:bibliography-mark>

8.2 Index Structure

8.2.1 General

8.2.2 <text:index-body>

8.2.3 <text:index-title>

8.3 <text:table-of-content>

8.3.1 General

8.3.2 <text:table-of-content-source>

8.3.3 <text:table-of-content-entry-template>

8.4 <text:illustration-index>

8.4.1 General

8.4.2 <text:illustration-index-source>

8.4.3 <text:illustration-index-entry-template>

8.5 <text:table-index>

8.5.1 General

8.5.2 <text:table-index-source>

8.5.3 <text:table-index-entry-template>

8.6 <text:object-index>

8.6.1 General

8.6.2 <text:object-index-source>

8.6.3 <text:object-index-entry-template>

8.7 <text:user-index>

8.7.1 General

8.7.2 <text:user-index-source>

8.7.3 <text:user-index-entry-template>

8.8 <text:alphabetical-index>

8.8.1 General

8.8.2 <text:alphabetical-index-source>

8.8.3 <text:alphabetical-index-auto-mark-file>

8.8.4 <text:alphabetical-index-entry-template>

8.9 <text:bibliography>

8.9.1 General

8.9.2 <text:bibliography-source>

8.9.3 <text:bibliography-entry-template>

8.10 <text:index-source-styles>

8.11 <text:index-source-style>

8.12 <text:index-title-template>

8.13 Index Template Entries

8.13.1 <text:index-entry-chapter>

8.13.2 <text:index-entry-text>

8.13.3 <text:index-entry-page-number>

8.13.4 <text:index-entry-span>

8.13.5 <text:index-entry-bibliography>

8.13.6 <text:index-entry-tab-stop>

8.13.7 <text:index-entry-link-start>

8.13.8 <text:index-entry-link-end>

9 Tables

9.1 Basic Tables

9.1.1 General

9.1.2 <table:table>

9.1.3 <table:table-row>

9.1.4 <table:table-cell>

9.1.5 <table:covered-table-cell>

9.1.6 <table:table-column>

9.1.7 <table:table-header-rows>

9.1.8 <table:table-rows>

9.1.9 <table:table-row-group>

9.1.10 <table:table-column-group>

9.1.11 <table:table-header-columns>

9.1.12 <table:table-columns>

9.1.13 <table:title>

9.1.14 <table:desc>

9.2 Advanced Tables

9.2.1 Referencing Table Cells

9.2.2 Absolute and relative cell addressing

9.2.3 Cell Range Address

9.2.4 Column and Row Range Addresses

9.2.5 Cell Range Address List

9.2.6 <table:table-source>

9.2.7 <table:scenario>

9.2.8 <table:shapes>

9.3 Advanced Table Cells

9.3.1 <table:cell-range-source>

9.3.2 <table:detective>

9.3.3 <table:operation>

9.3.4 <table:highlighted-range>

9.4 Spreadsheet Document Content

9.4.1 <table:calculation-settings>

9.4.2 <table:null-date>

9.4.3 <table:iteration>

9.4.4 <table:content-validations>

9.4.5 <table:content-validation>

9.4.6 <table:help-message>

9.4.7 <table:error-message>

9.4.8 <table:error-macro>

9.4.9 <table:label-range>

9.4.10 <table:label-ranges>

9.4.11 <table:named-expressions>

9.4.12 <table:named-range>

9.4.13 <table:named-expression>

9.4.14 <table:database-ranges>

9.4.15 <table:database-range>

9.4.16 <table:database-source-sql>

9.4.17 <table:database-source-table>

9.4.18 <table:database-source-query>

9.4.19 <table:sort>

9.4.20 <table:sort-by>

9.4.21 <table:subtotal-rules>

9.4.22 <table:sort-groups>

9.4.23 <table:subtotal-rule>

9.4.24 <table:subtotal-field>

9.5 Filters

9.5.1 General

9.5.2 <table:filter>

9.5.3 <table:filter-and>

9.5.4 <table:filter-or>

9.5.5 <table:filter-condition>

9.5.6 <table:filter-set-item>

9.6 Data Pilot Tables

9.6.1 General

9.6.2 <table:data-pilot-tables>

9.6.3 <table:data-pilot-table>

9.6.4 Data Pilot Table Source

9.6.5 <table:source-cell-range>

9.6.6 <table:source-service>

9.6.7 <table:data-pilot-field>

9.6.8 <table:data-pilot-level>

9.6.9 <table:data-pilot-subtotals>

9.6.10 <table:data-pilot-subtotal>

9.6.11 <table:data-pilot-members>

9.6.12 <table:data-pilot-member>

9.6.13 <table:data-pilot-display-info>

9.6.14 <table:data-pilot-sort-info>

9.6.15 <table:data-pilot-layout-info>

9.6.16 <table:data-pilot-field-reference>

9.6.17 <table:data-pilot-groups>

9.6.18 <table:data-pilot-group>

9.6.19 <table:data-pilot-group-member>

9.7 <table:consolidation>

9.8 <table:dde-links>

9.9 Change Tracking in Spreadsheets

9.9.1 General

9.9.2 <table:tracked-changes>

9.9.3 <table:insertion>

9.9.4 <table:dependencies>

9.9.5 <table:dependency>

9.9.6 <table:deletions>

9.9.7 <table:cell-content-deletion>

9.9.8 <table:change-deletion>

9.9.9 <table:deletion>

9.9.10 <table:cut-offs>

9.9.11 <table:insertion-cut-off>

9.9.12 <table:movement-cut-off>

9.9.13 <table:movement>

9.9.14 <table:source-range-address>

9.9.15 <table:target-range-address>

9.9.16 <table:change-track-table-cell>

9.9.17 <table:cell-content-change>

9.9.18 <table:cell-address>

9.9.19 <table:previous>

10 Graphic Content

10.1 General

10.2 Enhanced Page Features for Graphical Applications

10.2.1 <style:handout-master>

10.2.2 <draw:layer-set>

10.2.3 <draw:layer>

10.2.4 <draw:page>

10.2.5 <draw:equation>

10.3 Drawing Shapes

10.3.1 General

10.3.2 <draw:rect>

10.3.3 <draw:line>

10.3.4 <draw:polyline>

10.3.5 <draw:polygon>

10.3.6 <draw:regular-polygon>

10.3.7 <draw:path>

10.3.8 <draw:circle>

10.3.9 <draw:ellipse>

10.3.10 <draw:connector>

10.3.11 <draw:caption>

10.3.12 <draw:measure>

10.3.13 <draw:control>

10.3.14 <draw:page-thumbnail>

10.3.15 <draw:g>

10.3.16 <draw:glue-point>

10.3.17 <svg:title>

10.3.18 <svg:desc>

10.3.19 <office:event-listeners>

10.4 Frames

10.4.1 General

10.4.2 <draw:frame>

10.4.3 <draw:text-box>

10.4.4 <draw:image>

10.4.5 <office:binary-data>

10.4.6 Objects

10.4.6.1 General

10.4.6.2 <draw:object>

10.4.6.3 <draw:object-ole>

10.4.7 <draw:applet>

10.4.8 <draw:plugin>

10.4.9 <draw:param>

10.4.10 <draw:floating-frame>

10.4.11 Contours

10.4.11.1 General

10.4.11.2 <draw:contour-polygon>

10.4.11.3 <draw:contour-path>

10.4.12 <draw:a>

10.4.13 Client Side Image Maps

10.4.13.1 General

10.4.13.2 <draw:image-map>

10.4.13.3 <draw:area-rectangle>

10.4.13.4 <draw:area-circle>

10.4.13.5 <draw:area-polygon>

10.5 3D Shapes

10.5.1 General

10.5.2 <dr3d:scene>

10.5.3 <dr3d:light>

10.5.4 <dr3d:cube>

10.5.5 <dr3d:sphere>

10.5.6 <dr3d:extrude>

10.5.7 <dr3d:rotate>

10.6 Custom Shape

10.6.1 <draw:custom-shape>

10.6.2 <draw:enhanced-geometry>

10.6.3 <draw:handle>

10.7 Presentation Shapes

10.8 Presentation Animations

10.8.1 <presentation:animations>

10.8.2 <presentation:sound>

10.8.3 <presentation:show-shape>

10.8.4 <presentation:show-text>

10.8.5 <presentation:hide-shape>

10.8.6 <presentation:hide-text>

10.8.7 <presentation:dim>

10.8.8 <presentation:play>

10.8.9 <presentation:animation-group>

10.9 SMIL Presentation Animations

10.9.1 General

10.9.2 <presentation:event-listener>

10.9.3 Presentation Document Content

10.9.3.1 <presentation:header>

10.9.3.2 <presentation:header-decl>

10.9.3.3 <presentation:footer>

10.9.3.4 <presentation:footer-decl>

10.9.3.5 <presentation:date-time>

10.9.3.6 <presentation:date-time-decl>

10.9.3.7 <presentation:settings>

10.9.3.8 <presentation:show>

11 Chart Content

11.1 <chart:chart>

11.2 Title, Subtitle and Footer

11.2.1 <chart:title>

11.2.2 <chart:subtitle>

11.2.3 <chart:footer>

11.3 <chart:legend>

11.4 <chart:plot-area>

11.5 3D Plot Area

11.6 <chart:wall>

11.7 <chart:floor>

11.8 <chart:axis>

11.9 <chart:categories>

11.10 <chart:grid>

11.11 <chart:series>

11.12 <chart:domain>

11.13 <chart:data-point>

11.14 <chart:data-label>

11.15 <chart:mean-value>

11.16 <chart:error-indicator>

11.17 <chart:regression-curve>

11.18 <chart:equation>

11.19 <chart:stock-gain-marker>

11.20 <chart:stock-loss-marker>

11.21 <chart:stock-range-line>

12 Database Front-end Document Content

12.1 <office:database>

12.2 <db:data-source>

12.3 <db:connection-data>

12.4 <db:database-description>

12.5 <db:file-based-database>

12.6 <db:server-database>

12.7 <db:connection-resource>

12.8 <db:login>

12.9 <db:driver-settings>

12.10 <db:auto-increment>

12.11 <db:delimiter>

12.12 <db:character-set>

12.13 <db:table-settings>

12.14 <db:table-setting>

12.15 <db:application-connection-settings>

12.16 <db:table-filter>

12.17 <db:table-include-filter>

12.18 <db:table-exclude-filter>

12.19 <db:table-filter-pattern>

12.20 <db:table-type-filter>

12.21 <db:table-type>

12.22 <db:data-source-settings>

12.23 <db:data-source-setting>

12.24 <db:data-source-setting-value>

12.25 Forms and Reports

12.25.1 General

12.25.2 <db:forms>

12.25.3 <db:reports>

12.25.4 <db:component-collection>

12.25.5 <db:component>

12.26 <db:queries>

12.27 <db:query-collection>

12.28 <db:query>

12.29 <db:order-statement>

12.30 <db:filter-statement>

12.31 <db:update-table>

12.32 <db:table-representations>

12.33 <db:table-representation>

12.34 <db:columns>

12.35 <db:column>

12.36 <db:schema-definition>

12.37 <db:table-definitions>

12.38 <db:table-definition>

12.39 <db:column-definitions>

12.40 <db:column-definition>

12.41 <db:keys>

12.42 <db:key>

12.43 <db:key-columns>

12.44 <db:key-column>

12.45 <db:indices>

12.46 <db:index>

12.47 <db:index-columns>

12.48 <db:index-column>

13 Form Content

13.1 General

13.2 <office:forms>

13.3 <form:form>

13.4 <xforms:model>

13.5 Controls

13.5.1 General

13.5.2 <form:text>

13.5.3 <form:textarea>

13.5.4 <form:password>

13.5.5 <form:file>

13.5.6 <form:formatted-text>

13.5.7 <form:number>

13.5.8 <form:date>

13.5.9 <form:time>

13.5.10 <form:fixed-text>

13.5.11 <form:combobox>

13.5.12 <form:item>

13.5.13 <form:listbox>

13.5.14 <form:option>

13.5.15 <form:button>

13.5.16 <form:image>

13.5.17 <form:checkbox>

13.5.18 <form:radio>

13.5.19 <form:frame>

13.5.20 <form:image-frame>

13.5.21 <form:hidden>

13.5.22 <form:grid>

13.5.23 <form:column>

13.5.24 <form:value-range>

13.5.25 <form:generic-control>

13.6 Event Listeners

13.7 <form:properties>

13.8 <form:property>

13.9 <form:list-property>

13.10 <form:list-value>

14 Common Content

14.1 <office:annotation>

14.2 <office:annotation-end>

14.3 <meta:date-string>

14.4 Event Listener Tables

14.4.1 General

14.4.2 <script:event-listener>

14.4.3 Event Types

14.4.4 Macro Name and Location

14.5 <math:math>

14.6 DDE Connections

14.6.1 General

14.6.2 <text:dde-connection-decls>

14.6.3 <text:dde-connection-decl>

14.6.4 <table:dde-link>

14.6.5 <office:dde-source>

15 SMIL Animations

15.1 General

15.2 Basic Animation Elements

15.2.1 General

15.2.2 <anim:animate>

15.2.3 <anim:animateTransform>

15.2.4 <anim:set>

15.2.5 <anim:animateMotion>

15.2.6 <anim:animateColor>

15.2.7 <anim:transitionFilter>

15.3 Animation Model Attributes

15.3.1 General

15.3.2 Simple Animation Functions

15.4 Animation Timing

15.4.1 General

15.4.2 <anim:par>

15.4.3 <anim:seq>

15.4.4 <anim:iterate>

15.5 <anim:audio>

15.6 Animation Command Elements

15.6.1 <anim:command>

15.6.2 <anim:param>

16 Styles

16.1 General

16.2 <style:style>

16.3 <style:map>

16.4 <style:default-style>

16.5 <style:page-layout>

16.6 <style:header-style>

16.7 <style:footer-style>

16.8 <style:default-page-layout>

16.9 <style:master-page>

16.10 <style:header>

16.11 <style:footer>

16.12 <style:header-left>

16.13 <style:footer-left>

16.14 <style:region-left>

16.15 <style:region-center>

16.16 <style:region-right>

16.17 <presentation:notes>

16.18 <table:table-template>

16.19 Cell Styles

16.19.1 General

16.19.2 <table:first-row>

16.19.3 <table:last-row>

16.19.4 <table:first-column>

16.19.5 <table:last-column>

16.19.6 <table:body>

16.19.7 <table:even-rows>

16.19.8 <table:odd-rows>

16.19.9 <table:even-columns>

16.19.10 <table:odd-columns>

16.20 <table:background>

16.21 <style:font-face>

16.22 <svg:font-face-src>

16.23 <svg:font-face-name>

16.24 <svg:font-face-uri>

16.25 <svg:definition-src>

16.26 <svg:font-face-format>

16.27 Data Styles

16.27.1 General

16.27.2 <number:number-style>

16.27.3 <number:number>

16.27.4 <number:embedded-text>

16.27.5 <number:scientific-number>

16.27.6 <number:fraction>

16.27.7 <number:currency-style>

16.27.8 <number:currency-symbol>

16.27.9 <number:percentage-style>

16.27.10 <number:date-style>

16.27.11 <number:day>

16.27.12 <number:month>

16.27.13 <number:year>

16.27.14 <number:era>

16.27.15 <number:day-of-week>

16.27.16 <number:week-of-year>

16.27.17 <number:quarter>

16.27.18 <number:time-style>

16.27.19 <number:hours>

16.27.20 <number:minutes>

16.27.21 <number:seconds>

16.27.22 <number:am-pm>

16.27.23 <number:boolean-style>

16.27.24 <number:boolean>

16.27.25 <number:text-style>

16.27.26 <number:text>

16.27.27 <number:text-content>

16.27.28 <style:text-properties>

16.28 Text Style Families

16.28.1 Text Styles

16.28.2 Paragraph Styles

16.28.3 Section Styles

16.28.4 Ruby Styles

16.29 Enhanced Text Styles

16.29.1 <text:linenumbering-configuration>

16.29.2 <text:linenumbering-separator>

16.29.3 <text:notes-configuration>

16.29.4 <text:note-continuation-notice-forward>

16.29.5 <text:note-continuation-notice-backward>

16.29.6 <text:bibliography-configuration>

16.29.7 <text:sort-key>

16.30 <text:list-style>

16.31 <text:list-level-style-bullet>

16.32 <text:list-level-style-number>

16.33 <text:list-level-style-image>

16.34 <text:outline-style>

16.35 <text:outline-level-style>

16.36 Table Styles

16.36.1 Table Styles

16.36.2 Table Column Styles

16.36.3 Table Row Styles

16.36.4 Table Cell Styles

16.37 Graphic Styles

16.38 Presentation Styles

16.39 Drawing Page Style

16.40 Enhanced Graphic Style Elements

16.40.1 <draw:gradient>

16.40.2 <svg:linearGradient>

16.40.3 <svg:radialGradient>

16.40.4 <svg:stop>

16.40.5 <draw:hatch>

16.40.6 <draw:fill-image>

16.40.7 <draw:opacity>

16.40.8 <draw:marker>

16.40.9 <draw:stroke-dash>

16.41 <style:presentation-page-layout>

16.42 <presentation:placeholder>

16.43 Chart Styles

17 Formatting Elements

17.1 General

17.2 <style:page-layout-properties>

17.3 <style:background-image>

17.4 <style:footnote-sep>

17.5 <style:header-footer-properties>

17.6 <style:paragraph-properties>

17.7 <style:tab-stops>

17.8 <style:tab-stop>

17.9 <style:drop-cap>

17.10 <style:ruby-properties>

17.11 <style:section-properties>

17.12 <style:columns>

17.13 <style:column>

17.14 <style:column-sep>

17.15 <style:table-properties>

17.16 <style:table-column-properties>

17.17 <style:table-row-properties>

17.18 <style:table-cell-properties>

17.19 <style:list-level-properties>

17.20 <style:list-level-label-alignment>

17.21 <style:graphic-properties>

17.22 <style:chart-properties>

17.23 <chart:symbol-image>

17.24 <chart:label-separator>

17.25 <style:drawing-page-properties>

18 Datatypes

18.1 Introduction

18.2 W3C Schema Datatypes

18.3 Other Datatypes

18.3.1 angle

18.3.2 anyIRI

18.3.3 boolean

18.3.4 cellAddress

18.3.5 cellRangeAddress

18.3.6 cellRangeAddressList

18.3.7 character

18.3.8 clipShape

18.3.9 color

18.3.10 coordinate

18.3.11 countryCode

18.3.12 CURIE

18.3.13 CURIEs

18.3.14 dateOrDateTime

18.3.15 distance

18.3.16 language

18.3.17 languageCode

18.3.18 length

18.3.19 namespacedToken

18.3.20 nonNegativeLength

18.3.21 nonNegativePixelLength

18.3.22 pathData

18.3.23 percent

18.3.24 point3D

18.3.25 points

18.3.26 positiveLength

18.3.27 relativeLength

18.3.28 safeCURIE

18.3.29 scriptCode

18.3.30 signedZeroToHundredPercent

18.3.31 styleName

18.3.32 styleNameRef

18.3.33 styleNameRefs

18.3.34 targetFrameName

18.3.35 textEncoding

18.3.36 timeOrDateTime

18.3.37 URIorSafeCURIE

18.3.38 valueType

18.3.39 variableName

18.3.40 vector3D

18.3.41 zeroToHundredPercent

19 General Attributes

19.1 General

19.2 anim:color-interpolation

19.3 anim:color-interpolation-direction

19.4 anim:audio-level

19.5 anim:command

19.6 anim:formula

19.7 anim:id (deprecated)

19.8 anim:iterate-interval

19.9 anim:iterate-type

19.10 anim:name

19.11 anim:sub-item

19.12 anim:value

19.13 chart:attached-axis

19.14 chart:automatic-content

19.15 chart:class

19.15.1 <chart:chart>, <chart:series>

19.15.2 <chart:grid>

19.16 chart:column-mapping (deprecated)

19.17 chart:data-source-has-labels (deprecated)

19.18 chart:dimension

19.19 chart:display-equation

19.20 chart:display-r-square

19.21 chart:label-cell-address

19.22 chart:legend-align

19.23 chart:legend-position

19.24 chart:name

19.25 chart:repeated

19.26 chart:row-mapping (deprecated)

19.27 chart:style-name

19.28 chart:values-cell-range-address

19.29 config:name

19.30 config:type

19.31 db:additional-column-statement

19.32 db:append-table-alias-name

19.33 db:apply-command

19.34 db:as-template

19.35 db:base-dn

19.36 db:boolean-comparison-mode

19.37 db:catalog-name

19.38 db:command

19.39 db:data-source-setting-is-list

19.40 db:data-source-setting-name

19.41 db:data-source-setting-type

19.42 db:data-type

19.43 db:database-name

19.44 db:decimal

19.45 db:default-cell-style-name

19.46 db:default-row-style-name

19.47 db:delete-rule

19.48 db:description

19.49 db:enable-sql92-check

19.50 db:encoding

19.51 db:escape-processing

19.52 db:extension

19.53 db:field

19.54 db:hostname

19.55 db:ignore-driver-privileges

19.56 db:is-ascending

19.57 db:is-autoincrement

19.58 db:is-clustered

19.59 db:is-empty-allowed

19.60 db:is-first-row-header-line

19.61 db:login-timeout

19.62 db:is-nullable

19.63 db:is-password-required

19.64 db:is-unique

19.65 db:precision

19.66 db:is-table-name-length-limited

19.67 db:local-socket

19.68 db:max-row-count

19.69 db:media-type

19.70 db:name

19.70.1 General

19.70.2 <db:column>

19.70.3 <db:column-definition>

19.70.4 <db:component>

19.70.5 <db:component-collection>

19.70.6 <db:index>

19.70.7 <db:index-column>

19.70.8 <db:key>

19.70.9 <db:key-column>

19.70.10 <db:query>

19.70.11 <db:query-collection>

19.70.12 <db:table-definition>

19.70.13 <db:table-representation>

19.70.14 <db:update-table>

19.71 db:parameter-name-substitution

19.72 db:port

19.73 db:referenced-table-name

19.74 db:related-column-name

19.75 db:row-retrieving-statement

19.76 db:scale

19.77 db:schema-name

19.78 db:show-deleted

19.79 db:string

19.80 db:style-name

19.80.1 General

19.80.2 <db:column>

19.80.3 <db:query>

19.80.4 <db:table-representation>

19.81 db:suppress-version-columns

19.82 db:system-driver-settings

19.83 db:thousand

19.84 db:title

19.85 db:type

19.85.1 General

19.85.2 <db:key>

19.85.3 <db:server-database>

19.85.4 <db:table-definition>

19.86 db:type-name

19.87 db:update-rule

19.88 db:use-catalog

19.89 db:use-system-user

19.90 db:user-name

19.91 db:visible

19.92 dr3d:ambient-color

19.93 dr3d:center

19.94 dr3d:diffuse-color

19.95 dr3d:direction

19.96 dr3d:distance

19.97 dr3d:enabled

19.98 dr3d:focal-length

19.99 dr3d:lighting-mode

19.99.1 General

19.99.2 <chart:plot-area>

19.99.3 <dr3d:scene>

19.100 dr3d:max-edge

19.101 dr3d:min-edge

19.102 dr3d:projection

19.103 dr3d:shade-mode

19.104 dr3d:shadow-slant

19.105 dr3d:size

19.106 dr3d:specular

19.107 dr3d:transform

19.108 dr3d:vpn

19.109 dr3d:vrp

19.110 dr3d:vup

19.111 draw:align

19.112 draw:angle

19.113 draw:archive

19.114 draw:border

19.115 draw:caption-id

19.116 draw:caption-point-x

19.117 draw:caption-point-y

19.118 draw:chain-next-name

19.119 draw:class-id

19.120 draw:class-names

19.121 draw:code

19.122 draw:color

19.122.1 General

19.122.2 <draw:hatch>

19.122.3 <presentation:dim>

19.123 draw:concave

19.124 draw:concentric-gradient-fill-allowed

19.125 draw:control

19.126 draw:copy-of

19.127 draw:corner-radius

19.128 draw:corners

19.129 draw:cx

19.130 draw:cy

19.131 draw:data

19.132 draw:display

19.133 draw:display-name

19.133.1 General

19.133.2 <draw:fill-image>

19.133.3 <draw:gradient>

19.133.4 <draw:hatch>

19.133.5 <draw:marker>

19.133.6 <draw:opacity>

19.133.7 <draw:stroke-dash>

19.133.8 <svg:linearGradient>

19.133.9 <svg:radialGradient>

19.134 draw:distance

19.134.1 General

19.134.2 <draw:hatch>

19.134.3 <draw:stroke-dash>

19.135 draw:dots1

19.136 draw:dots1-length

19.137 draw:dots2

19.138 draw:dots2-length

19.139 draw:end

19.140 draw:end-angle

19.141 draw:end-color

19.142 draw:end-glue-point

19.143 draw:end-intensity

19.144 draw:end-shape

19.145 draw:enhanced-path

19.146 draw:engine

19.147 draw:escape-direction

19.148 draw:extrusion

19.149 draw:extrusion-allowed

19.150 draw:extrusion-brightness

19.151 draw:extrusion-color

19.152 draw:extrusion-depth

19.153 draw:extrusion-diffusion

19.154 draw:extrusion-first-light-direction

19.155 draw:extrusion-first-light-harsh

19.156 draw:extrusion-first-light-level

19.157 draw:extrusion-light-face

19.158 draw:extrusion-metal

19.159 draw:extrusion-number-of-line-segments

19.160 draw:extrusion-origin

19.161 draw:extrusion-rotation-angle

19.162 draw:extrusion-rotation-center

19.163 draw:extrusion-second-light-direction

19.164 draw:extrusion-second-light-harsh

19.165 draw:extrusion-second-light-level

19.166 draw:extrusion-shininess

19.167 draw:extrusion-skew

19.168 draw:extrusion-specularity

19.169 draw:extrusion-viewpoint

19.170 draw:filter-name

19.171 draw:formula

19.172 draw:frame-name

19.173 draw:glue-point-leaving-directions

19.174 draw:glue-point-type

19.175 draw:glue-points

19.176 draw:handle-mirror-horizontal

19.177 draw:handle-mirror-vertical

19.178 draw:handle-polar

19.179 draw:handle-position

19.180 draw:handle-radius-range-maximum

19.181 draw:handle-radius-range-minimum

19.182 draw:handle-range-x-maximum

19.183 draw:handle-range-x-minimum

19.184 draw:handle-range-y-maximum

19.185 draw:handle-range-y-minimum

19.186 draw:handle-switched

19.187 draw:id

19.187.1 General

19.187.2 <draw:glue-point>

19.187.3 <dr3d:cube>, <dr3d:extrude>, <dr3d:rotate>, <dr3d:scene>, <dr3d:sphere>, <draw:caption>, <draw:circle>, <draw:connector>, <draw:control>, <draw:custom-shape>, <draw:ellipse>, <draw:frame>, <draw:g>, <draw:line>, <draw:measure>, <draw:page>, <draw:page-thumbnail>, <draw:path>, <draw:polygon>, <draw:polyline>, <draw:rect>, <draw:regular-polygon> and <office:annotation>

19.188 draw:kind

19.189 draw:layer

19.190 draw:line-skew

19.191 draw:mime-type

19.192 draw:mirror-horizontal

19.193 draw:mirror-vertical

19.194 draw:master-page-name

19.195 draw:may-script

19.196 draw:modifiers

19.197 draw:name

19.197.1 General

19.197.2 <draw:caption>

19.197.3 <draw:circle>

19.197.4 <draw:connector>

19.197.5 <draw:control>

19.197.6 <draw:custom-shape>

19.197.7 <draw:ellipse>

19.197.8 <draw:equation>

19.197.9 <draw:fill-image>

19.197.10 <draw:frame>

19.197.11 <draw:g>

19.197.12 <draw:gradient>

19.197.13 <draw:hatch>

19.197.14 <draw:layer>

19.197.15 <draw:line>

19.197.16 <draw:marker>

19.197.17 <draw:measure>

19.197.18 <draw:opacity>

19.197.19 <draw:page>

19.197.20 <draw:page-thumbnail>

19.197.21 <draw:param>

19.197.22 <draw:path>

19.197.23 <draw:polygon>

19.197.24 <draw:polyline>

19.197.25 <draw:rect>

19.197.26 <draw:regular-polygon>

19.197.27 <draw:stroke-dash>

19.197.28 <office:annotation> (deprecated)

19.197.29 <svg:linearGradient>

19.197.30 <svg:radialGradient>

19.198 draw:nav-order

19.199 draw:nohref

19.200 draw:notify-on-update-of-ranges

19.201 draw:object

19.202 draw:opacity

19.203 draw:page-number

19.204 draw:path-stretchpoint-x

19.205 draw:path-stretchpoint-y

19.206 draw:points

19.207 draw:protected

19.208 draw:recreate-on-edit

19.209 draw:rotation

19.210 draw:shape-id

19.211 draw:sharpness

19.212 draw:start

19.213 draw:start-angle

19.214 draw:start-color

19.215 draw:start-glue-point

19.216 draw:start-intensity

19.217 draw:start-shape

19.218 draw:style

19.218.1 General

19.218.2 <draw:gradient>

19.218.3 <draw:hatch>

19.218.4 <draw:opacity>

19.218.5 <draw:stroke-dash>

19.219 draw:style-name

19.219.1 General

19.219.2 <dr3d:cube>

19.219.3 <dr3d:extrude>

19.219.4 <dr3d:rotate>

19.219.5 <dr3d:scene>

19.219.6 <dr3d:sphere>

19.219.7 <draw:caption>

19.219.8 <draw:circle>

19.219.9 <draw:connector>

19.219.10 <draw:control>

19.219.11 <draw:custom-shape>

19.219.12 <draw:ellipse>

19.219.13 <draw:frame>

19.219.14 <draw:g>

19.219.15 <draw:line>

19.219.16 <draw:measure>

19.219.17 <draw:page>

19.219.18 <draw:page-thumbnail>

19.219.19 <draw:path>

19.219.20 <draw:polygon>

19.219.21 <draw:polyline>

19.219.22 <draw:rect>

19.219.23 <draw:regular-polygon>

19.219.24 <office:annotation>

19.219.25 <presentation:notes>

19.219.26 <style:handout-master>

19.219.27 <style:master-page>

19.220 draw:text-areas

19.221 draw:text-path

19.222 draw:text-path-allowed

19.223 draw:text-path-mode

19.224 draw:text-path-same-letter-heights

19.225 draw:text-path-scale

19.226 draw:text-rotate-angle

19.227 draw:text-style-name

19.228 draw:transform

19.229 draw:type

19.229.1 General

19.229.2 <draw:connector>

19.229.3 <draw:enhanced-geometry>

19.230 draw:value

19.231 draw:z-index

19.232 fo:column-count

19.233 fo:column-gap

19.234 fo:country

19.234.1 <text:alphabetical-index-source>

19.234.2 <text:bibliography-configuration>

19.235 fo:end-indent

19.236 fo:language

19.236.1 General

19.236.2 <text:alphabetical-index-source>

19.236.3 <text:bibliography-configuration>

19.237 fo:margin-left

19.238 fo:max-height

19.239 fo:max-width

19.240 fo:min-height

19.241 fo:min-width

19.242 fo:script

19.242.1 General

19.242.2 <text:alphabetical-index-source>

19.242.3 <text:bibliography-configuration>

19.243 fo:space-after

19.244 fo:space-before

19.245 fo:start-indent

19.246 fo:text-indent

19.247 form:allow-deletes

19.248 form:allow-inserts

19.249 form:allow-updates

19.250 form:apply-design-mode

19.251 form:apply-filter

19.252 form:auto-complete

19.253 form:automatic-focus

19.254 form:bound-column

19.255 form:button-type

19.256 form:command

19.257 form:command-type

19.258 form:control-implementation

19.259 form:convert-empty-to-null

19.260 form:current-selected

19.261 form:current-state

19.262 form:current-value

19.263 form:data-field

19.264 form:datasource

19.265 form:default-button

19.266 form:delay-for-repeat

19.267 form:detail-fields

19.268 form:disabled

19.269 form:dropdown

19.270 form:echo-char

19.271 form:enctype

19.272 form:escape-processing

19.273 form:filter

19.274 form:focus-on-click

19.275 form:for

19.276 form:id (deprecated)

19.277 form:ignore-result

19.278 form:image-align

19.279 form:image-data

19.280 form:image-position

19.281 form:is-tristate

19.282 form:label

19.283 form:linked-cell

19.284 form:list-linkage-type

19.285 form:list-source

19.286 form:list-source-type

19.287 form:master-fields

19.288 form:max-length

19.289 form:max-value

19.289.1 General

19.289.2 <form:date>

19.289.3 <form:formatted-text>

19.289.4 <form:number> and <form:value-range>

19.289.5 <form:time>

19.290 form:min-value

19.290.1 General

19.290.2 <form:date>

19.290.3 <form:formatted-text>

19.290.4 <form:number> and <form:value-range>

19.290.5 <form:time>

19.291 form:method

19.292 form:multi-line

19.293 form:multiple

19.294 form:name

19.295 form:navigation-mode

19.296 form:order

19.297 form:orientation

19.298 form:page-step-size

19.299 form:printable

19.300 form:property-name

19.301 form:readonly

19.302 form:repeat

19.303 form:selected

19.304 form:size

19.305 form:source-cell-range

19.306 form:spin-button

19.307 form:state

19.308 form:step-size

19.309 form:tab-cycle

19.310 form:tab-index

19.311 form:tab-stop

19.312 form:text-style-name

19.313 form:title

19.314 form:toggle

19.315 form:validation

19.316 form:value

19.316.1 General

19.316.2 <form:button>

19.316.3 <form:date>

19.316.4 <form:number> and <form:value-range>

19.316.5 <form:checkbox>, <form:combobox>, <form:file>, <form:formatted-text>, <form:hidden>, <form:image>, <form:option>, <form:password>, <form:radio>, <form:text>, <form:textarea>

19.316.6 <form:time>

19.317 form:visual-effect

19.318 form:xforms-list-source

19.319 form:xforms-submission

19.320 grddl:transformation

19.321 meta:cell-count

19.322 meta:character-count

19.323 meta:date

19.324 meta:delay

19.325 meta:draw-count

19.326 meta:frame-count

19.327 meta:image-count

19.328 meta:name

19.329 meta:non-whitespace-character-count

19.330 meta:object-count

19.331 meta:ole-object-count

19.332 meta:page-count

19.333 meta:paragraph-count

19.334 meta:row-count

19.335 meta:sentence-count

19.336 meta:syllable-count

19.337 meta:table-count

19.338 meta:value-type

19.339 meta:word-count

19.340 number:automatic-order

19.341 number:calendar

19.342 number:country

19.343 number:decimal-places

19.343.1 General

19.343.2 <number:number>

19.343.3 <number:seconds>

19.343.4 <number:scientific-number>

19.344 number:decimal-replacement

19.345 number:denominator-value

19.346 number:display-factor

19.347 number:format-source

19.348 number:grouping

19.349 number:language

19.350 number:min-denominator-digits

19.351 number:min-exponent-digits

19.352 number:min-integer-digits

19.353 number:min-numerator-digits

19.354 number:position

19.355 number:possessive-form

19.356 number:rfc-language-tag

19.357 number:script

19.358 number:style

19.358.1 General

19.358.2 <number:day>

19.358.3 <number:day-of-week>

19.358.4 <number:era>

19.358.5 <number:hours>

19.358.6 <number:minutes>

19.358.7 <number:month>

19.358.8 <number:quarter>

19.358.9 <number:seconds>

19.358.10 <number:year>

19.359 number:textual

19.360 number:title

19.361 number:transliteration-country

19.362 number:transliteration-format

19.363 number:transliteration-language

19.364 number:transliteration-style

19.365 number:truncate-on-overflow

19.366 office:automatic-update

19.367 office:boolean-value

19.368 office:conversion-mode

19.369 office:currency

19.370 office:date-value

19.371 office:dde-application

19.372 office:dde-item

19.373 office:dde-topic

19.374 office:display

19.375 office:mimetype

19.376 office:name

19.376.1 General

19.376.2 <draw:a>

19.376.3 <draw:area-circle>

19.376.4 <draw:area-rectangle>

19.376.5 <draw:area-polygon>

19.376.6 <office:annotation>

19.376.7 <office:annotation-end>

19.376.8 <office:dde-source>

19.376.9 <text:a>

19.376.10 <text:dde-connection-decl>

19.377 office:process-content (deprecated)

19.378 office:server-map

19.379 office:string-value

19.380 office:target-frame

19.381 office:target-frame-name

19.382 office:time-value

19.383 office:title

19.384 office:value

19.385 office:value-type

19.386 office:version

19.387 presentation:action

19.388 presentation:animations

19.389 presentation:class

19.390 presentation:class-names

19.391 presentation:delay

19.392 presentation:direction

19.393 presentation:endless

19.394 presentation:effect

19.395 presentation:force-manual

19.396 presentation:full-screen

19.397 presentation:group-id

19.398 presentation:master-element

19.399 presentation:mouse-as-pen

19.400 presentation:mouse-visible

19.401 presentation:name

19.402 presentation:node-type

19.403 presentation:object

19.404 presentation:pages

19.405 presentation:path-id

19.406 presentation:pause

19.407 presentation:placeholder

19.408 presentation:play-full

19.409 presentation:presentation-page-layout-name

19.410 presentation:preset-class

19.411 presentation:preset-id

19.412 presentation:preset-sub-type

19.413 presentation:show

19.414 presentation:show-end-of-presentation-slide

19.415 presentation:show-logo

19.416 presentation:source

19.417 presentation:speed

19.418 presentation:start-scale

19.419 presentation:start-page

19.420 presentation:start-with-navigator

19.421 presentation:stay-on-top

19.422 presentation:style-name

19.423 presentation:transition-on-click

19.424 presentation:use-date-time-name

19.425 presentation:use-footer-name

19.426 presentation:use-header-name

19.427 presentation:user-transformed

19.428 presentation:verb

19.429 script:event-name

19.430 script:language

19.431 script:macro-name

19.432 smil:accelerate

19.433 smil:accumulate

19.434 smil:additive

19.435 smil:attributeName

19.436 smil:autoReverse

19.437 smil:begin

19.438 smil:by

19.439 smil:calcMode

19.440 smil:decelerate

19.441 smil:direction

19.442 smil:dur

19.443 smil:end

19.444 smil:endsync

19.445 smil:fadeColor

19.446 smil:fill

19.447 smil:fillDefault

19.448 smil:from

19.449 smil:keySplines

19.450 smil:keyTimes

19.451 smil:mode

19.452 smil:repeatCount

19.453 smil:repeatDur

19.454 smil:restart

19.455 smil:restartDefault

19.456 smil:subtype

19.457 smil:targetElement

19.458 smil:to

19.459 smil:type

19.460 smil:values

19.461 style:adjustment

19.462 style:apply-style-name

19.463 style:auto-update

19.464 style:base-cell-address

19.465 style:char

19.466 style:class

19.467 style:color

19.468 style:condition

19.469 style:data-style-name

19.469.1 General

19.469.2 <presentation:date-time-decl>

19.469.3 <style:style>

19.469.4 <text:creation-date>

19.469.5 <text:creation-time>

19.469.6 <text:database-display>

19.469.7 <text:date>

19.469.8 <text:editing-duration>

19.469.9 <text:expression>

19.469.10 <text:meta-field>

19.469.11 <text:modification-date>

19.469.12 <text:modification-time>

19.469.13 <text:print-date>

19.469.14 <text:print-time>

19.469.15 <text:table-formula>

19.469.16 <text:time>

19.469.17 <text:user-defined>

19.469.18 <text:user-field-get>

19.469.19 <text:user-field-input>

19.469.20 <text:variable-get>

19.469.21 <text:variable-input>

19.469.22 <text:variable-set>

19.470 style:default-outline-level

19.471 style:display

19.472 style:display-name

19.473 style:distance

19.474 style:distance-before-sep

19.475 style:distance-after-sep

19.476 style:family

19.477 style:filter-name

19.478 style:font-adornments

19.479 style:font-charset

19.480 style:font-family-generic

19.481 style:font-pitch

19.482 style:height

19.483 style:leader-char

19.484 style:leader-color

19.485 style:leader-style

19.486 style:leader-text

19.487 style:leader-text-style

19.488 style:leader-type

19.489 style:leader-width

19.490 style:legend-expansion

19.491 style:legend-expansion-aspect-ratio

19.492 style:length

19.493 style:line-style

19.494 style:lines

19.495 style:list-level

19.496 style:list-style-name

19.497 style:master-page-name

19.498 style:name

19.498.1 General

19.498.2 <number:boolean-style>, <number:currency-style>, <number:date-style>, <number:number-style>, <number:percentage-style>, <number:text-style>, <number:time-style>, <style:master-page>, <style:page-layout>, <style:presentation-page-layout>, <style:style>, <text:list-style>, <text:outline-style>

19.498.3 <style:font-face>

19.499 style:next-style-name

19.499.1 General

19.499.2 <style:master-page>

19.499.3 <style:style>

19.500 style:num-format

19.501 style:num-letter-sync

19.502 style:num-prefix

19.503 style:num-suffix

19.504 style:page-layout-name

19.505 style:page-usage

19.506 style:parent-style-name

19.507 style:percentage-data-style-name

19.508 style:position

19.508.1 General

19.508.2 <style:background-image>

19.508.3 <style:tab-stop>

19.508.4 <text:index-entry-tab-stop>

19.509 style:rel-height

19.510 style:rel-width

19.510.1 General

19.510.2 <draw:frame>

19.510.3 <style:column>

19.510.4 <style:footnote-sep>

19.511 style:repeat

19.512 style:rfc-language-tag

19.513 style:style

19.514 style:style-name

19.515 style:type

19.515.1 General

19.515.2 <text:index-entry-tab-stop>

19.515.3 <style:tab-stop>

19.516 style:vertical-align

19.517 style:volatile

19.518 style:width

19.518.1 General

19.518.2 <style:column-sep>

19.518.3 <style:footnote-sep>

19.519 svg:accent-height

19.520 svg:alphabetic

19.521 svg:ascent

19.522 svg:bbox

19.523 svg:cap-height

19.524 svg:cx

19.524.1 <draw:area-circle>

19.524.2 <draw:circle>

19.524.3 <draw:ellipse>

19.524.4 <svg:radialGradient>

19.525 svg:cy

19.525.1 <draw:area-circle>

19.525.2 <draw:circle>

19.525.3 <draw:ellipse>

19.525.4 <svg:radialGradient>

19.526 svg:d

19.527 svg:descent

19.528 svg:font-family

19.529 svg:font-size

19.530 svg:font-stretch

19.531 svg:font-style

19.532 svg:font-variant

19.533 svg:font-weight

19.534 svg:fx

19.535 svg:fy

19.536 svg:gradientTransform

19.537 svg:gradientUnits

19.538 svg:hanging

19.539 svg:height

19.539.1 <chart:chart>

19.539.2 <chart:plot-area>

19.539.3 <dr3d:scene>

19.539.4 <draw:area-polygon>

19.539.5 <draw:area-rectangle>

19.539.6 <draw:contour-polygon>, <draw:contour-path>

19.539.7 <draw:fill-image>

19.539.8 <draw:caption>, <draw:custom-shape>, <draw:circle>, <draw:control>, <draw:ellipse>, <draw:frame>, <draw:rect>, <draw:page-thumbnail>, <draw:path>, <draw:polygon>, <draw:polyline>, <draw:regular-polygon>

19.539.9 <office:annotation>

19.539.10 <presentation:placeholder>

19.540 svg:ideographic

19.541 svg:mathematical

19.542 svg:name

19.543 svg:offset

19.544 svg:origin

19.545 svg:overline-position

19.546 svg:overline-thickness

19.547 svg:panose-1

19.548 svg:path

19.549 svg:r

19.549.1 <draw:area-circle>

19.549.2 <draw:circle>

19.549.3 <svg:radialGradient>

19.550 svg:rx

19.551 svg:ry

19.552 svg:slope

19.553 svg:spreadMethod

19.554 svg:stemh

19.555 svg:stemv

19.556 svg:stop-color

19.557 svg:stop-opacity

19.558 svg:strikethrough-position

19.559 svg:strikethrough-thickness

19.560 svg:string

19.561 svg:type

19.562 svg:underline-position

19.563 svg:underline-thickness

19.564 svg:unicode-range

19.565 svg:units-per-em

19.566 svg:v-alphabetic

19.567 svg:v-hanging

19.568 svg:v-ideographic

19.569 svg:v-mathematical

19.570 svg:viewBox

19.571 svg:width

19.571.1 <chart:chart>

19.571.2 <chart:floor>

19.571.3 <chart:plot-area>

19.571.4 <chart:wall>

19.571.5 <dr3d:scene>

19.571.6 <draw:area-polygon>

19.571.7 <draw:area-rectangle>

19.571.8 <draw:contour-polygon>, <draw:contour-path>

19.571.9 <draw:fill-image>

19.571.10 <draw:caption>, <draw:custom-shape>, <draw:circle>, <draw:control>, <draw:ellipse>, <draw:frame>, <draw:rect>, <draw:page-thumbnail>, <draw:path>, <draw:polygon>, <draw:polyline>, <draw:regular-polygon>

19.571.11 <office:annotation>

19.571.12 <presentation:placeholder>

19.572 svg:widths

19.573 svg:x

19.573.1 <chart:data-label>, <chart:equation>, <chart:footer>, <chart:legend>, <chart:plot-area>, <chart:subtitle>, <chart:title>

19.573.2 <draw:area-polygon>

19.573.3 <draw:area-rectangle>

19.573.4 <dr3d:scene>

19.573.5 <draw:caption>, <draw:custom-shape>, <draw:circle>, <draw:control>, <draw:ellipse>, <draw:frame>, <draw:rect>, <draw:page-thumbnail>, <draw:path>, <draw:polygon>, <draw:polyline>, <draw:regular-polygon>

19.573.6 <draw:glue-point>

19.573.7 <office:annotation>

19.573.8 <presentation:placeholder>

19.574 svg:x1

19.574.1 <draw:connector>, <draw:line> and <draw:measure>

19.574.2 <svg:linearGradient>

19.575 svg:x2

19.575.1 <draw:connector>, <draw:line> and <draw:measure>

19.575.2 <svg:linearGradient>

19.576 svg:x-height

19.577 svg:y

19.577.1 <chart:data-label>, <chart:equation>, <chart:footer>, <chart:legend>, <chart:plot-area>, <chart:subtitle>, <chart:title>

19.577.2 <draw:area-polygon>

19.577.3 <draw:area-rectangle>

19.577.4 <dr3d:scene>

19.577.5 <draw:caption>, <draw:custom-shape>, <draw:circle>, <draw:control>, <draw:ellipse>, <draw:frame>, <draw:g>, <draw:rect>, <draw:page-thumbnail>, <draw:path>, <draw:polygon>, <draw:polyline>, <draw:regular-polygon>

19.577.6 <draw:glue-point>

19.577.7 <office:annotation>

19.577.8 <presentation:placeholder>

19.578 svg:y1

19.578.1 <draw:connector>, <draw:line> and <draw:measure>

19.578.2 <svg:linearGradient>

19.579 svg:y2

19.579.1 <draw:connector>, <draw:line> and <draw:measure>

19.579.2 <svg:linearGradient>

19.580 table:acceptance-state

19.581 table:algorithm

19.582 table:add-empty-lines

19.583 table:allow-empty-cell

19.584 table:application-data

19.585 table:automatic-find-labels

19.586 table:base-cell-address

19.587 table:bind-styles-to-content

19.588 table:border-color

19.589 table:buttons

19.590 table:case-sensitive

19.591 table:cell-address

19.592 table:cell-range

19.593 table:cell-range-address

19.593.1 General

19.593.2 <chart:categories>

19.593.3 <chart:domain> - bubble

19.593.4 <chart:domain>- scatter

19.593.5 <chart:domain> - surface

19.593.6 <chart:plot-area> (deprecated)

19.593.7 <table:highlighted-range>

19.593.8 <table:named-range>

19.593.9 <table:source-cell-range>

19.594 table:column

19.595 table:comment

19.596 table:condition

19.597 table:condition-source

19.598 table:condition-source-range-address

19.599 table:contains-error

19.600 table:contains-header

19.601 table:content-validation-name

19.602 table:copy-back

19.603 table:copy-formulas

19.604 table:copy-styles

19.605 table:count

19.606 table:country

19.607 table:data-field

19.608 table:data-cell-range-address

19.609 table:database-name

19.610 table:database-table-name

19.611 table:data-type

19.611.1 General

19.611.2 <table:filter-condition>

19.611.3 <table:sort-by>

19.611.4 <table:sort-groups>

19.612 table:date-end

19.613 table:date-start

19.614 table:date-value

19.615 table:default-cell-style-name

19.616 table:direction

19.617 table:display

19.618 table:display-border

19.619 table:display-duplicates

19.620 table:display-filter-buttons

19.621 table:display-list

19.622 table:display-member-mode

19.623 table:drill-down-on-double-click

19.624 table:embedded-number-behavior

19.625 table:enabled

19.626 table:end

19.627 table:end-cell-address

19.628 table:end-column

19.629 table:end-position

19.630 table:end-row

19.631 table:end-table

19.632 table:end-x

19.633 table:end-y

19.634 table:execute

19.635 table:expression

19.636 table:field-name

19.637 table:field-number

19.638 table:filter-name

19.639 table:filter-options

19.640 table:first-row-end-column (deprecated)

19.641 table:first-row-start-column (deprecated)

19.642 table:formula

19.643 table:function

19.643.1 General

19.643.2 <table:consolidation>

19.643.3 <table:data-pilot-field>

19.643.4 <table:data-pilot-subtotal>

19.643.5 <table:subtotal-field>

19.644 table:grand-total

19.645 table:group-by-field-number

19.646 table:grouped-by

19.647 table:has-persistent-data

19.648 table:id

19.649 table:identify-categories

19.650 table:ignore-empty-rows

19.651 table:index

19.652 table:is-active

19.653 table:is-data-layout-field

19.654 table:is-selection

19.655 table:is-sub-table

19.656 table:label-cell-range-address

19.657 table:language

19.658 table:last-column-spanned

19.659 table:last-row-end-column (deprecated)

19.660 table:last-row-spanned

19.661 table:last-row-start-column (deprecated)

19.662 table:layout-mode

19.663 table:link-to-source-data

19.664 table:marked-invalid

19.665 table:matrix-covered

19.666 table:maximum-difference

19.667 table:member-count

19.668 table:member-name

19.669 table:member-type

19.670 table:message-type

19.671 table:mode

19.672 table:multi-deletion-spanned

19.673 table:name

19.673.1 General

19.673.2 <table:cell-range-source>

19.673.3 <table:content-validation>

19.673.4 <table:data-pilot-group>

19.673.5 <table:data-pilot-group-member>

19.673.6 <table:data-pilot-member>

19.673.7 <table:data-pilot-table>

19.673.8 <table:database-range>

19.673.9 <table:named-expression>

19.673.10 <table:named-range>

19.673.11 <table:operation>

19.673.12 <table:source-service>

19.673.13 <table:table>

19.673.14 <table:table-template>

19.674 table:null-year

19.675 table:number-columns-repeated

19.675.1 General

19.675.2 <table:covered-table-cell>

19.675.3 <table:table-cell>

19.675.4 <table:table-column>

19.676 table:number-columns-spanned

19.677 table:number-rows-repeated

19.678 table:number-rows-spanned

19.679 table:number-matrix-columns-spanned

19.680 table:number-matrix-rows-spanned

19.681 table:object-name

19.682 table:on-update-keep-size

19.683 table:on-update-keep-styles

19.684 table:operator

19.685 table:order

19.686 table:orientation

19.686.1 General

19.686.2 <table:data-pilot-field>

19.686.3 <table:database-range>

19.686.4 <table:label-range>

19.687 table:page-breaks-on-group-change

19.688 table:paragraph-style-name

19.689 table:parse-sql-statement

19.690 table:password

19.691 table:position

19.692 table:precision-as-shown

19.693 table:print

19.694 table:print-ranges

19.695 table:protect (deprecated)

19.696 table:protected

19.696.1 General

19.696.2 <table:covered-table-cell>

19.696.3 <table:scenario>

19.696.4 <table:table>

19.696.5 <table:table-cell>

19.697 table:protection-key

19.698 table:protection-key-digest-algorithm

19.699 table:query-name

19.700 table:range-usable-as

19.701 table:refresh-delay

19.702 table:rejecting-change-id

19.703 table:rfc-language-tag

19.704 table:row

19.705 table:scenario-ranges

19.706 table:script

19.707 table:search-criteria-must-apply-to-whole-cell

19.708 table:selected-page

19.709 table:show-details

19.710 table:show-empty

19.711 table:show-filter-button

19.712 table:sort-mode

19.713 table:source-cell-range-addresses

19.714 table:source-field-name

19.715 table:source-name

19.716 table:sql-statement

19.717 table:start

19.718 table:start-column

19.719 table:start-position

19.720 table:start-row

19.721 table:start-table

19.722 table:status

19.723 table:step

19.724 table:steps

19.725 table:structure-protected

19.726 table:style-name

19.726.1 General

19.726.2 <table:background>

19.726.3 <table:body>

19.726.4 <table:covered-table-cell>

19.726.5 <table:even-columns>

19.726.6 <table:even-rows>

19.726.7 <table:first-column>

19.726.8 <table:first-row>

19.726.9 <table:last-column>

19.726.10 <table:last-row>

19.726.11 <table:odd-columns>

19.726.12 <table:odd-rows>

19.726.13 <table:table-cell>

19.726.14 <table:table-column>

19.726.15 <table:table-row>

19.726.16 <table:table>

19.727 table:table

19.728 table:table-background

19.729 table:table-name

19.730 table:target-cell-address

19.731 table:target-range-address

19.731.1 General

19.731.2 <table:data-pilot-table>

19.731.3 <table:database-range>

19.731.4 <table:filter>

19.731.5 <table:sort>

19.732 table:template-name

19.733 table:title

19.734 table:track-changes

19.735 table:type

19.735.1 General

19.735.2 <table:data-pilot-field-reference>

19.735.3 <table:deletion>

19.735.4 <table:insertion>

19.736 table:use-banding-columns-styles

19.737 table:use-banding-rows-styles

19.738 table:use-first-column-styles

19.739 table:use-first-row-styles

19.740 table:use-last-column-styles

19.741 table:use-last-row-styles

19.742 table:use-labels

19.743 table:use-regular-expressions

19.744 table:use-wildcards

19.745 table:used-hierarchy

19.746 table:user-name

19.747 table:value

19.747.1 <table:filter-condition>

19.747.2 <table:filter-set-item>

19.748 table:value-type

19.749 table:visibility

19.750 text:active

19.751 text:address

19.752 text:alphabetical-separators

19.753 text:anchor-page-number

19.754 text:anchor-type

19.755 text:annote

19.756 text:author

19.757 text:bibliography-data-field

19.758 text:bibliography-type

19.759 text:booktitle

19.760 text:bullet-char

19.761 text:bullet-relative-size

19.762 text:capitalize-entries

19.763 text:c

19.764 text:caption-sequence-format

19.765 text:caption-sequence-name

19.766 text:change-id

19.767 text:chapter

19.768 text:citation-body-style-name

19.769 text:citation-style-name

19.770 text:class-names

19.770.1 General

19.770.2 <text:h>

19.770.3 <text:p>

19.770.4 <text:span>

19.771 text:column-name

19.772 text:combine-entries

19.773 text:combine-entries-with-dash

19.774 text:combine-entries-with-pp

19.775 text:comma-separated

19.776 text:cond-style-name

19.777 text:condition

19.777.1 General

19.777.2 <text:conditional-text>

19.777.3 <text:database-next>

19.777.4 <text:database-row-select>

19.777.5 <text:hidden-paragraph>

19.777.6 <text:hidden-text>

19.777.7 <text:section>

19.778 text:connection-name

19.779 text:consecutive-numbering

19.780 text:continue-list

19.781 text:continue-numbering

19.782 text:copy-outline-levels

19.783 text:count-empty-lines

19.784 text:count-in-text-boxes

19.785 text:current-value

19.786 text:custom1

19.787 text:custom2

19.788 text:custom3

19.789 text:custom4

19.790 text:custom5

19.791 text:database-name

19.792 text:date-adjust

19.793 text:date-value

19.794 text:default-style-name

19.795 text:description

19.796 text:display

19.796.1 General

19.796.2 <text:chapter>

19.796.3 <text:expression>

19.796.4 <text:file-name>

19.796.5 <text:index-entry-chapter>

19.796.6 <text:section>

19.796.7 <text:table-formula>

19.796.8 <text:template-name>

19.796.9 <text:user-field-get>

19.796.10 <text:variable-get>

19.796.11 <text:variable-input>

19.796.12 <text:variable-set>

19.797 text:display-levels

19.798 text:display-outline-level

19.799 text:duration

19.800 text:edition

19.801 text:editor

19.802 text:filter-name

19.803 text:fixed

19.804 text:footnotes-position

19.805 text:formula

19.806 text:global (deprecated)

19.807 text:howpublished

19.808 text:increment

19.809 text:id

19.809.1 General

19.809.2 <draw:text-box>

19.809.3 <text:alphabetical-index-mark-end>

19.809.4 <text:alphabetical-index-mark-start>

19.809.5 <text:changed-region>

19.809.6 <text:h>

19.809.7 <text:note>

19.809.8 <text:p>

19.809.9 <text:toc-mark-end>

19.809.10 <text:toc-mark-start>

19.809.11 <text:user-index-mark-end>

19.809.12 <text:user-index-mark-start>

19.810 text:identifier

19.811 text:index-name

19.812 text:index-scope

19.813 text:ignore-case

19.814 text:institution

19.815 text:is-hidden

19.816 text:is-list-header

19.817 text:isbn

19.818 text:issn

19.819 text:journal

19.820 text:key

19.821 text:key1

19.822 text:key2

19.823 text:key1-phonetic

19.824 text:key2-phonetic

19.825 text:kind

19.826 text:label

19.827 text:label-followed-by

19.828 text:level

19.829 text:list-id

19.830 text:list-tab-stop-position

19.831 text:main-entry

19.832 text:main-entry-style-name

19.833 text:master-page-name

19.834 text:month

19.835 text:name

19.835.1 General

19.835.2 <text:alphabetical-index>

19.835.3 <text:bibliography>

19.835.4 <text:bookmark>

19.835.5 <text:bookmark-end>

19.835.6 <text:bookmark-start>

19.835.7 <text:execute-macro>

19.835.8 <text:illustration-index>

19.835.9 <text:index-title>

19.835.10 <text:object-index>

19.835.11 <text:reference-mark>

19.835.12 <text:reference-mark-end>

19.835.13 <text:reference-mark-start>

19.835.14 <text:section>

19.835.15 <text:sequence>

19.835.16 <text:sequence-decl>

19.835.17 <text:table-of-content>

19.835.18 <text:table-index>

19.835.19 <text:user-defined>

19.835.20 <text:user-field-decl>

19.835.21 <text:user-field-get>

19.835.22 <text:user-field-input>

19.835.23 <text:user-index>

19.835.24 <text:variable-set>

19.835.25 <text:variable-decl>

19.835.26 <text:variable-get>

19.835.27 <text:variable-input>

19.836 text:note

19.837 text:note-class

19.838 text:number

19.839 text:number-lines

19.840 text:number-position

19.841 text:numbered-entries

19.842 text:offset

19.843 text:organizations

19.844 text:outline-level

19.844.1 General

19.844.2 <text:alphabetical-index-entry-template>

19.844.3 <text:chapter>

19.844.4 <text:h>

19.844.5 <text:index-entry-chapter>

19.844.6 <text:index-source-styles>

19.844.7 <text:user-index-mark>

19.844.8 <text:table-of-content-entry-template>

19.844.9 <text:table-of-content-source>

19.844.10 <text:toc-mark>

19.844.11 <text:toc-mark-start>

19.844.12 <text:user-index-entry-template>

19.844.13 <text:user-index-mark-start>

19.845 text:page-adjust

19.845.1 General

19.845.2 <text:page-number>

19.845.3 <text:page-variable-set>

19.846 text:pages

19.847 text:placeholder-type

19.848 text:prefix

19.849 text:protected

19.850 text:protection-key

19.851 text:protection-key-digest-algorithm

19.852 text:publisher

19.853 text:ref-name

19.853.1 General

19.853.2 <text:bookmark-ref>

19.853.3 <text:note-ref>

19.853.4 <text:reference-ref>

19.853.5 <text:sequence>

19.853.6 <text:sequence-ref>

19.854 text:reference-format

19.855 text:relative-tab-stop-position

19.856 text:report-type

19.857 text:restart-numbering

19.858 text:restart-on-page

19.859 text:row-number

19.860 text:school

19.861 text:section-name

19.862 text:series

19.863 text:select-page

19.863.1 General

19.863.2 <text:page-continuation>

19.863.3 <text:page-number>

19.864 text:separation-character

19.865 text:sort-algorithm

19.866 text:sort-ascending

19.867 text:sort-by-position

19.868 text:start-value

19.868.1 General

19.868.2 <text:h>

19.868.3 <text:list-item>

19.868.4 <text:list-level-style-number>

19.868.5 <text:notes-configuration>

19.868.6 <text:numbered-paragraph>

19.868.7 <text:outline-level-style>

19.869 text:start-numbering-at

19.870 text:string-value-phonetic

19.871 text:string-value

19.871.1 General

19.871.2 <text:alphabetical-index-mark>

19.871.3 <text:hidden-text>

19.871.4 <text:page-continuation>

19.871.5 <text:toc-mark>

19.871.6 <text:user-index-mark>

19.872 text:string-value-if-false

19.873 text:string-value-if-true

19.874 text:style-name

19.874.1 General

19.874.2 <text:a>

19.874.3 <text:alphabetical-index>

19.874.4 <text:alphabetical-index-entry-template>

19.874.5 <text:bibliography>

19.874.6 <text:bibliography-entry-template>

19.874.7 <text:h>

19.874.8 <text:illustration-index>

19.874.9 <text:illustration-index-entry-template>

19.874.10 <text:index-entry-bibliography>

19.874.11 <text:index-entry-chapter>

19.874.12 <text:index-entry-link-end>

19.874.13 <text:index-entry-link-start>

19.874.14 <text:index-entry-page-number>

19.874.15 <text:index-entry-span>

19.874.16 <text:index-entry-tab-stop>

19.874.17 <text:index-entry-text>

19.874.18 <text:index-source-style>

19.874.19 <text:index-title>

19.874.20 <text:index-title-template>

19.874.21 <text:linenumbering-configuration>

19.874.22 <text:list>

19.874.23 <text:list-level-style-number>

19.874.24 <text:list-level-style-bullet>

19.874.25 <text:numbered-paragraph>

19.874.26 <text:object-index>

19.874.27 <text:object-index-entry-template>

19.874.28 <text:outline-level-style>

19.874.29 <text:p>

19.874.30 <text:ruby>

19.874.31 <text:ruby-text>

19.874.32 <text:section>

19.874.33 <text:span>

19.874.34 <text:table-index-entry-template>

19.874.35 <text:table-of-content>

19.874.36 <text:table-of-content-entry-template>

19.874.37 <text:table-index>

19.874.38 <text:user-index>

19.874.39 <text:user-index-entry-template>

19.875 text:style-override

19.876 text:suffix

19.877 text:tab-ref

19.878 text:table-name

19.879 text:table-type

19.880 text:time-adjust

19.881 text:time-value

19.882 text:title

19.883 text:track-changes

19.884 text:url

19.885 text:use-caption

19.886 text:use-chart-objects

19.887 text:use-draw-objects

19.888 text:use-floating-frames

19.889 text:use-graphics

19.890 text:use-index-marks

19.891 text:use-index-source-styles

19.892 text:use-keys-as-entries

19.893 text:use-math-objects

19.894 text:use-objects

19.895 text:use-other-objects

19.896 text:use-outline-level

19.897 text:use-soft-page-breaks

19.898 text:use-spreadsheet-objects

19.899 text:use-tables

19.900 text:value

19.901 text:visited-style-name

19.902 text:volume

19.903 text:year

19.904 xforms:bind

19.905 xhtml:about

19.906 xhtml:content

19.907 xhtml:datatype

19.908 xhtml:property

19.909 xlink:actuate

19.910 xlink:href

19.910.1 General

19.910.2 <anim:audio>

19.910.3 <chart:chart>

19.910.4 <chart:symbol-image>

19.910.5 <db:component>

19.910.6 <db:connection-resource>

19.910.7 <db:file-based-database>

19.910.8 <draw:a>

19.910.9 <draw:applet>

19.910.10 <draw:area-circle>

19.910.11 <draw:area-polygon>

19.910.12 <draw:area-rectangle>

19.910.13 <draw:fill-image>

19.910.14 <draw:floating-frame>

19.910.15 <draw:image>

19.910.16 <draw:object>

19.910.17 <draw:object-ole>

19.910.18 <draw:plugin>

19.910.19 <form:button>

19.910.20 <form:connection-resource>

19.910.21 <form:image>

19.910.22 <form:form>

19.910.23 <meta:auto-reload>

19.910.24 <meta:template>

19.910.25 <presentation:event-listener>

19.910.26 <presentation:sound>

19.910.27 <script:event-listener>

19.910.28 <style:background-image>

19.910.29 <svg:definition-src>

19.910.30 <svg:font-face-uri>

19.910.31 <table:cell-range-source>

19.910.32 <table:table-source>

19.910.33 <text:a>

19.910.34 <text:alphabetical-index-auto-mark-file>

19.910.35 <text:list-level-style-image>

19.910.36 <text:script>

19.910.37 <text:section-source>

19.911 xlink:show

19.912 xlink:title

19.913 xlink:type

19.914 xml:id

20 Formatting Attributes

20.1 General

20.2 chart:angle-offset

20.3 chart:auto-position

20.4 chart:auto-size

20.5 chart:axis-label-position

20.6 chart:axis-position

20.7 chart:connect-bars

20.8 chart:data-label-number

20.9 chart:data-label-symbol

20.10 chart:data-label-text

20.11 chart:deep

20.12 chart:display-label

20.13 chart:error-category

20.14 chart:error-lower-indicator

20.15 chart:error-lower-limit

20.16 chart:error-lower-range

20.17 chart:error-margin

20.18 chart:error-percentage

20.19 chart:error-upper-indicator

20.20 chart:error-upper-limit

20.21 chart:error-upper-range

20.22 chart:gap-width

20.23 chart:group-bars-per-axis

20.24 chart:hole-size

20.25 chart:include-hidden-cells

20.26 chart:interpolation

20.27 chart:interval-major

20.28 chart:interval-minor-divisor

20.29 chart:japanese-candle-stick

20.30 chart:label-arrangement

20.31 chart:label-position

20.32 chart:label-position-negative

20.33 chart:lines (deprecated)

20.34 chart:link-data-style-to-source

20.35 chart:logarithmic

20.36 chart:maximum

20.37 chart:mean-value

20.38 chart:minimum

20.39 chart:origin

20.40 chart:overlap

20.41 chart:pie-offset

20.42 chart:percentage

20.43 chart:regression-type

20.44 chart:reverse-direction

20.45 chart:right-angled-axes

20.46 chart:scale-text

20.47 chart:series-source (deprecated)

20.48 chart:sort-by-x-values

20.49 chart:solid-type

20.50 chart:spline-order

20.51 chart:spline-resolution

20.52 chart:stacked

20.53 chart:symbol-height

20.54 chart:symbol-name

20.55 chart:symbol-type

20.56 chart:symbol-width

20.57 chart:text-overlap

20.58 chart:three-dimensional

20.59 chart:tick-marks-major-inner

20.60 chart:tick-marks-major-outer

20.61 chart:tick-marks-minor-inner

20.62 chart:tick-marks-minor-outer

20.63 chart:tick-mark-position

20.64 chart:treat-empty-cells

20.65 chart:vertical

20.66 chart:visible

20.67 dr3d:ambient-color

20.68 dr3d:back-scale

20.69 dr3d:backface-culling

20.70 dr3d:close-back

20.71 dr3d:close-front

20.72 dr3d:depth

20.73 dr3d:diffuse-color

20.74 dr3d:edge-rounding

20.75 dr3d:edge-rounding-mode

20.76 dr3d:emissive-color

20.77 dr3d:end-angle

20.78 dr3d:horizontal-segments

20.79 dr3d:lighting-mode

20.80 dr3d:normals-direction

20.81 dr3d:normals-kind

20.82 dr3d:shadow

20.83 dr3d:shininess

20.84 dr3d:specular-color

20.85 dr3d:texture-filter

20.86 dr3d:texture-kind

20.87 dr3d:texture-mode

20.88 dr3d:texture-generation-mode-x

20.89 dr3d:texture-generation-mode-y

20.90 dr3d:vertical-segments

20.91 draw:auto-grow-height

20.92 draw:auto-grow-width

20.93 draw:background-size

20.94 draw:blue

20.95 draw:caption-angle

20.96 draw:caption-angle-type

20.97 draw:caption-escape

20.98 draw:caption-escape-direction

20.99 draw:caption-fit-line-length

20.100 draw:caption-gap

20.101 draw:caption-line-length

20.102 draw:caption-type

20.103 draw:color-inversion

20.104 draw:color-mode

20.105 draw:contrast

20.106 draw:decimal-places

20.107 draw:draw-aspect

20.108 draw:end-guide

20.109 draw:end-line-spacing-horizontal

20.110 draw:end-line-spacing-vertical

20.111 draw:fill

20.112 draw:fill-color

20.113 draw:fill-gradient-name

20.114 draw:fill-hatch-name

20.115 draw:fill-hatch-solid

20.116 draw:fill-image-height

20.117 draw:fill-image-name

20.118 draw:fill-image-ref-point

20.119 draw:fill-image-ref-point-x

20.120 draw:fill-image-ref-point-y

20.121 draw:fill-image-width

20.122 draw:fit-to-contour

20.123 draw:fit-to-size

20.124 draw:frame-display-border

20.125 draw:frame-margin-horizontal

20.126 draw:frame-display-scrollbar

20.127 draw:frame-margin-vertical

20.128 draw:gamma

20.129 draw:green

20.130 draw:gradient-step-count

20.131 draw:guide-distance

20.132 draw:guide-overhang

20.133 draw:image-opacity

20.134 draw:line-distance

20.135 draw:luminance

20.136 draw:marker-end

20.137 draw:marker-end-center

20.138 draw:marker-end-width

20.139 draw:marker-start

20.140 draw:marker-start-center

20.141 draw:marker-start-width

20.142 draw:measure-align

20.143 draw:measure-vertical-align

20.144 draw:ole-draw-aspect (deprecated)

20.145 draw:opacity

20.146 draw:opacity-name

20.147 draw:parallel

20.148 draw:placing

20.149 draw:red

20.150 draw:secondary-fill-color

20.151 draw:shadow

20.152 draw:shadow-color

20.153 draw:shadow-offset-x

20.154 draw:shadow-offset-y

20.155 draw:shadow-opacity

20.156 draw:show-unit

20.157 draw:start-guide

20.158 draw:start-line-spacing-horizontal

20.159 draw:start-line-spacing-vertical

20.160 draw:stroke

20.161 draw:stroke-dash

20.162 draw:stroke-dash-names

20.163 draw:stroke-linejoin

20.164 svg:stroke-linecap

20.165 draw:symbol-color

20.166 draw:textarea-horizontal-align

20.167 draw:textarea-vertical-align

20.168 draw:tile-repeat-offset

20.169 draw:visible-area-height

20.170 draw:visible-area-left

20.171 draw:visible-area-top

20.172 draw:visible-area-width

20.173 draw:unit

20.174 draw:wrap-influence-on-position

20.175 fo:background-color

20.176 fo Border Properties

20.176.1 General

20.176.2 fo:border

20.176.3 fo:border-bottom

20.176.4 fo:border-left

20.176.5 fo:border-right

20.176.6 fo:border-top

20.177 fo:break-after

20.178 fo:break-before

20.179 fo:clip

20.180 fo:color

20.181 fo:country

20.182 fo:font-family

20.183 fo:font-size

20.184 fo:font-style

20.185 fo:font-variant

20.186 fo:font-weight

20.187 fo:height

20.188 fo:hyphenate

20.189 fo:hyphenation-keep

20.190 fo:hyphenation-ladder-count

20.191 fo:hyphenation-push-char-count

20.192 fo:hyphenation-remain-char-count

20.193 fo:keep-together

20.194 fo:keep-with-next

20.195 fo:language

20.196 fo:letter-spacing

20.197 fo:line-height

20.198 fo:margin

20.199 fo:margin-bottom

20.200 fo:margin-left

20.201 fo:margin-right

20.202 fo:margin-top

20.203 fo:max-height

20.204 fo:max-width

20.205 fo:min-height

20.205.1 <style:graphic-properties>

20.205.2 <style:header-footer-properties>

20.206 fo:min-width

20.207 fo:orphans

20.208 fo:page-height

20.209 fo:page-width

20.210 fo:padding

20.211 fo:padding-bottom

20.212 fo:padding-left

20.213 fo:padding-right

20.214 fo:padding-top

20.215 fo:script

20.216 fo:text-align

20.216.1 <style:paragraph-properties>

20.216.2 <style:list-level-properties>

20.217 fo:text-align-last

20.218 fo:text-indent

20.219 fo:text-shadow

20.220 fo:text-transform

20.221 fo:widows

20.222 fo:width

20.223 fo:wrap-option

20.224 presentation:background-objects-visible

20.225 presentation:background-visible

20.226 presentation:display-date-time

20.227 presentation:display-footer

20.228 presentation:display-header

20.229 presentation:display-page-number

20.230 presentation:duration

20.231 presentation:transition-speed

20.232 presentation:transition-style

20.233 presentation:transition-type

20.234 presentation:visibility

20.235 smil:direction

20.236 smil:fadeColor

20.237 smil:subtype

20.238 smil:type

20.239 style:auto-text-indent

20.240 style:background-transparency

20.241 style:border-line-width

20.242 style:border-line-width-bottom

20.243 style:border-line-width-left

20.244 style:border-line-width-right

20.245 style:border-line-width-top

20.246 style:cell-protect

20.247 style:column-width

20.248 style:country-asian

20.249 style:country-complex

20.250 style:decimal-places

20.251 style:diagonal-bl-tr

20.252 style:diagonal-bl-tr-widths

20.253 style:diagonal-tl-br

20.254 style:diagonal-tl-br-widths

20.255 style:direction

20.256 style:dynamic-spacing

20.257 style:editable

20.258 style:first-page-number

20.259 style:flow-with-text

20.260 style:font-charset

20.261 style:font-charset-asian

20.262 style:font-charset-complex

20.263 style:font-family-asian

20.264 style:font-family-complex

20.265 style:font-family-generic

20.266 style:font-family-generic-asian

20.267 style:font-family-generic-complex

20.268 style:font-independent-line-spacing

20.269 style:font-name

20.270 style:font-name-asian

20.271 style:font-name-complex

20.272 style:font-pitch

20.273 style:font-pitch-asian

20.274 style:font-pitch-complex

20.275 style:font-relief

20.276 style:font-size-asian

20.277 style:font-size-complex

20.278 style:font-size-rel

20.279 style:font-size-rel-asian

20.280 style:font-size-rel-complex

20.281 style:font-style-asian

20.282 style:font-style-complex

20.283 style:font-style-name

20.284 style:font-style-name-asian

20.285 style:font-style-name-complex

20.286 style:font-weight-asian

20.287 style:font-weight-complex

20.288 style:footnote-max-height

20.289 style:glyph-orientation-vertical

20.290 style:horizontal-pos

20.291 style:horizontal-rel

20.292 style:join-border

20.293 style:justify-single-word

20.294 style:language-asian

20.295 style:language-complex

20.296 style:layout-grid-base-height

20.297 style:layout-grid-base-width

20.298 style:layout-grid-color

20.299 style:layout-grid-display

20.300 style:layout-grid-lines

20.301 style:layout-grid-mode

20.302 style:layout-grid-print

20.303 style:layout-grid-ruby-below

20.304 style:layout-grid-ruby-height

20.305 style:layout-grid-snap-to

20.306 style:layout-grid-standard-mode

20.307 style:line-break

20.308 style:letter-kerning

20.309 style:line-height-at-least

20.310 style:line-spacing

20.311 style:may-break-between-rows

20.312 style:min-row-height

20.313 style:mirror

20.314 style:num-format

20.315 style:num-letter-sync

20.316 style:num-prefix

20.317 style:num-suffix

20.318 style:number-wrapped-paragraphs

20.319 style:overflow-behavior

20.320 style:page-number

20.321 style:paper-tray-name

20.322 style:print

20.323 style:print-content

20.323.1 General

20.323.2 <style:graphic-properties>

20.323.3 <style:table-cell-properties>

20.324 style:print-page-order

20.325 style:print-orientation

20.326 style:protect

20.326.1 General

20.326.2 <style:graphic-properties>

20.326.3 <style:section-properties>

20.327 style:punctuation-wrap

20.328 style:register-true

20.329 style:register-truth-ref-style-name

20.330 style:rel-column-width

20.331 style:rel-height

20.332 style:rel-width

20.332.1 <style:graphic-properties>

20.332.2 <style:table-properties>

20.333 style:repeat

20.334 style:repeat-content

20.335 style:rfc-language-tag

20.336 style:rfc-language-tag-asian

20.337 style:rfc-language-tag-complex

20.338 style:rotation-align

20.339 style:rotation-angle

20.340 style:row-height

20.341 style:ruby-align

20.342 style:ruby-position

20.343 style:run-through

20.344 style:scale-to

20.345 style:scale-to-pages

20.346 style:script-asian

20.347 style:script-complex

20.348 style:script-type

20.349 style:shadow

20.350 style:shrink-to-fit

20.351 style:snap-to-layout-grid

20.352 style:tab-stop-distance

20.353 style:table-centering

20.354 style:text-align-source

20.355 style:text-autospace

20.356 style:text-blinking

20.357 style:text-combine

20.358 style:text-combine-start-char

20.359 style:text-combine-end-char

20.360 style:text-emphasize

20.361 style:text-line-through-color

20.362 style:text-line-through-mode

20.363 style:text-line-through-style

20.364 style:text-line-through-text

20.365 style:text-line-through-text-style

20.366 style:text-line-through-type

20.367 style:text-line-through-width

20.368 style:text-outline

20.369 style:text-overline-color

20.370 style:text-overline-mode

20.371 style:text-overline-style

20.372 style:text-overline-type

20.373 style:text-overline-width

20.374 style:text-position

20.375 style:text-rotation-angle

20.376 style:text-rotation-scale

20.377 style:text-scale

20.378 style:text-underline-color

20.379 style:text-underline-mode

20.380 style:text-underline-style

20.381 style:text-underline-type

20.382 style:text-underline-width

20.383 style:use-optimal-column-width

20.384 style:use-optimal-row-height

20.385 style:use-window-font-color

20.386 style:vertical-align

20.386.1 <style:paragraph-properties>

20.386.2 <style:table-cell-properties>

20.387 style:vertical-pos

20.388 style:vertical-rel

20.389 style:width

20.390 style:wrap

20.391 style:wrap-contour

20.392 style:wrap-contour-mode

20.393 style:wrap-dynamic-threshold

20.394 style:writing-mode

20.394.1 General

20.394.2 <style:graphic-properties>

20.394.3 <style:page-layout-properties>

20.394.4 <style:paragraph-properties>

20.394.5 <style:section-properties>

20.394.6 <style:table-cell-properties>

20.394.7 <style:table-properties>

20.395 style:writing-mode-automatic

20.396 svg:fill-rule

20.397 svg:height

20.397.1 <style:graphic-properties>

20.397.2 <style:header-footer-properties>

20.398 svg:stroke-color

20.399 svg:stroke-opacity

20.400 svg:stroke-width

20.401 svg:x

20.402 svg:y

20.402.1 <style:graphic-properties>

20.402.2 <style:list-level-properties>

20.403 svg:width

20.404 table:align

20.405 table:border-model

20.406 table:display

20.407 text:anchor-page-number

20.408 text:anchor-type

20.409 text:animation

20.410 text:animation-delay

20.411 text:animation-direction

20.412 text:animation-repeat

20.413 text:animation-start-inside

20.414 text:animation-steps

20.415 text:animation-stop-inside

20.416 text:condition

20.417 text:display

20.418 text:dont-balance-text-columns

20.419 text:line-break

20.420 text:line-number

20.421 text:list-level-position-and-space-mode

20.422 text:min-label-distance

20.423 text:min-label-width

20.424 text:number-lines

20.425 text:space-before

Appendix A. OpenDocument Relax NG Schema

Appendix B. OpenDocument Metadata Manifest Ontology

Appendix C. MIME Types and File Name Extensions (Non Normative)

Appendix D. Accessibility Guidelines (Non Normative)

D.1. Title, Description and Caption of Graphical Elements

D.1.1. Guidance for authors

D.1.2. Authoring tool responsibility for presenting and prompting for the <svg:title> and <svg:desc> elements

D.2. Hyperlink Titles

D.3. Tables in Presentations

D.4. Further Guidelines

Appendix E. Bidirectional (BiDi) Scripts,Numeric Digits Presentation and Calendars (Non Normative)

E.1. Paragraph and Layout Direction

E.2. Numeric Digits Presentation and Calendars

Appendix F. Recommended Usage of SMIL

F.1. Slide Animation

F.2. Main Sequence

F.3. Interactive Sequence

Appendix G. Changes From Previous Specification Versions (Non Normative)

G.1. Changes from “Open Document Format for Office Applications (OpenDocument) v1.1”

1Introduction

1.1Introduction

This document is part of the Open Document Format for Office Applications (OpenDocument) Version 1.2 specification. It defines an XML schema for office documents. Office documents includes text documents, spreadsheets, charts and graphical documents like drawings or presentations, but is not restricted to these kinds of documents.

The XML schema for OpenDocument is designed so that documents valid to it can be transformed using XSLT and processing with XML-based tools.

1.2Terminology

All text is normative unless otherwise labeled.

Text with a gray background color which is contained in boxes is informative. It lists the XML element-element and element-attribute relations for cross reference purposes.

Within the normative text of this specification, the terms "shall", "shall not", "should", "should not", "may" and “need not” are to be interpreted as described in Annex H of [ISO/IEC Directives].

Within this specification,  attributes and elements are marked as deprecated. Attributes and elements marked as deprecated should not be used any longer, and may be removed from future versions of the specification.

XML Element, attribute names, attribute value types, and attribute values appear in monospace font.

This standard, for illustrative purposes, describes functionality using terminology common in desktop computing environments that contain a display terminal, keyboard and mouse, attached to a computer hosting an operating system with a graphical user interface which includes user interface controls such as input controls, command buttons, selection boxes, etc.

This standard is not limited to such environments. This format can be used by alternative computing environments, with other form factors, non-GUI consumers and producers, assistive technologies, using analogous user interface operations.

Implementation-defined is used in this standard for values or processing that may differ between ODF implementations, but is required to be specified by the implementor for each particular ODF-implementation.

Implementation-dependent is used in this standard for values or processing that may differ between ODF implementations, but is not required to be specified by the implementor for each particular ODF-implementation.

1.3Normative References

[CSS2]        Bert Bos, Håkon Wium Lie, Chris Lilley, Ian Jacobs, Cascading Style Sheets, level 2, http://www.w3.org/TR/1998/REC-CSS2-19980512, W3C, 1998.

[DCMI]        Dublin Core Metadata Element Set, Version 1.1: Reference Description, http://www.dublincore.org/documents/2008/01/14/dces/, Dublin Core Metadata Initiative, 2003.

[DOMEvents2]        Tom Pixley, Document Object Model (DOM) Level 2 Events Specification, http://www.w3.org/TR/2000/REC-DOM-Level-2-Events-20001113, W3C, 2000.

[GRDDL]        Don Conolly, Gleaning Resource Descriptions from Dialects of Languages (GRDDL), http://www.w3.org/TR/2007/REC-grddl-20070911/, W3C, 2007.

[HTML4]        Dave Raggett, Arnaud Le Hors, Ian Jacobs, HTML 4.01 Specification, http://www.w3.org/TR/1999/REC-html401-19991224, W3C, 1999.

[ISO/IEC Directives]        ISO/IEC Directives, Part 2 (Fifth Edition) Rules for the structure and drafting of International Standards, International Organization for Standardization and International Electrotechnical Commission, 2004.

[ISO15924]        ISO 15924:2004 Information and documentation -- Codes for the representation of names of scripts, International Organization for Standardization and International Electrotechnical Commission, 2004.

[ISO3166-1]        ISO 3166-1:2006/Cor 1:2007   Codes for the representation of names of countries and their subdivisions -- Part 1: Country codes, International Organization for Standardization and International Electrotechnical Commission, 2007.

[ISO3166-2]        ISO 3166-2:2007 Codes for the representation of names of countries and their subdivisions -- Part 2: Country subdivision code, International Organization for Standardization and International Electrotechnical Commission, 2007.

[ISO3166-3]        ISO 3166-3:1999 Codes for the representation of names of countries and their subdivisions -- Part 3: Code for formerly used names of countries, International Organization for Standardization and International Electrotechnical Commission, 1999.

[ISO639-1]        ISO 639-1:2002 Codes for the representation of names of languages -- Part 1: Alpha-2 code, International Organization for Standardization and International Electrotechnical Commission, 2002.

[ISO639-2]        ISO 639-2:1998 Codes for the representation of names of languages -- Part 2: Alpha-3 code, International Organization for Standardization and International Electrotechnical Commission, 1998.

[ISO639-3]        ISO 639-3:2007 Codes for the representation of names of languages -- Part 3: Alpha-3 code for comprehensive coverage of languages, International Organization for Standardization and International Electrotechnical Commission, 2007.

[ISO8601]        ISO 8601:2004 Data elements and interchange formats -- Information interchange -- Representation of dates and times, International Organization for Standardization and International Electrotechnical Commission, 2004.

[JIS X 0301]        JIS X 0301:2002 Data elements and interchange formats -- Information interchange -- Representation of dates and times, Japanese Standards Association, 2002.

[MathML]        David Carlisle, Patrick Ion, Robert Miner, Nico Poppelier, Mathematical Markup Language (MathML) Version 2.0 (Second Edition), http://www.w3.org/TR/2003/REC-MathML2-20031021/, W3C, 2003.

[OLE]        Kraig Brockschmidt, Inside OLE, Microsoft Press, 1995, ISBN: 1-55615-843-2

[OWL]        Deborah L. McGuinness, Frank van Harmelen, OWL Web Ontology Language Overview, http://www.w3.org/TR/2004/REC-owl-features-20040210/, W3C, 2004.

[RDF-CONCEPTS]        Graham Klyne, Jeremy J. Carroll, Brian McBride, Resource Description Framework (RDF): Concepts and Abstract Syntax, http://www.w3.org/TR/2004/REC-rdf-concepts-20040210/, W3C, 2004.

[RDFa]        Ben Adida, Mark Birbeck, Shane McCarron, Steven Pemberton, RDFa in XHTML: Syntax and Processing, http://www.w3.org/TR/2008/REC-rdfa-syntax-20081014, W3C, 2008.

[RFC2045]        N. Freed and N. Borenstein, Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions (MIME) Part One: Format of Internet Message Bodies, http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc2045.txt, IETF, 1996.

[RFC2616]        R. Fielding, et al.,  Hypertext Transfer Protocol -- HTTP/1.1, http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc2616.txt, IETF, 1999.

[RFC3987]        M. Duerst, M. Suignard, Internationalized Resource Identifiers (IRIs), http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc3987.txt, IETF, 2005.

[RFC4288]        N. Freed, J. Klensin, Media Type Specifications and Registration Procedures, http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc4288.txt, IETF, 2005.

[RFC4514]        K. Zeilenga, Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP): String Representation of Distinguished Names, http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc4514, IETF, 2006.

[RFC5646]        A. Phillips, M. Davis, Tags for Identifying Languages, http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc5646.txt, IETF, 2009.

[RNG]        ISO/IEC 19757-2 Document Schema Definition Language (DSDL) -- Part 2: Regular-grammar-based validation -- RELAX NG, International Organization for Standardization and International Electrotechnical Commission, 2003.

[SMIL20]        Jeff Ayars, etc al., Synchronized Multimedia Integration Language (SMIL 2.0) - [Second Edition], http://www.w3.org/TR/2005/REC-SMIL2-20050107/, W3C, 2001.

[SQL]        ISO/IEC 9075-1:2008 Information Technology -- Database Language -- SQL -- Part 2: Foundation (SQL/Foundation), International Organization for Standardization and International Electrotechnical Commission, 2008.

[SVG]        Jon Ferraiolo, 藤沢 淳 (FUJISAWA Jun), Dean Jackson, Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) 1.1, http://www.w3.org/TR/2003/REC-SVG11-20030114/, W3C, 2003.

[UNICODE]        The Unicode Consortium. The Unicode Standard, Version 5.2.0, defined by: The Unicode Standard, Version 5.2 (Boston, MA, Addison-Wesley, 2009. ISBN 978-1-936213-00-9).

[UTR18]        Mark Davis, Andy Heninger, Unicode Regular Expressions, Unicode Technical Report #18, http://www.unicode.org/reports/tr18/tr18-13.html, 2008.

[Variability]        Dominique Hazaël-Massieux, Lynne Rosenthal, Variability in Specifications, http://www.w3.org/TR/2005/NOTE-spec-variability-20050831/, W3C, 2005.

[XForms]        John M. Boyer, XForms 1.0 (Third Edition), http://www.w3.org/TR/2007/REC-xforms-20071029/, W3C, 2007.

[XLink]        Steve DeRose, Eve Maler, David Orchard, XML Linking Language (XLink) Version 1.0, http://www.w3.org/TR/2001/REC-xlink-20010627/, W3C, 2001.

[XML-ID]        Jonathan Marsh, Daniel Veillard, Norman Walsh, xml:id Version 1.0, http://www.w3.org/TR/2005/REC-xml-id-20050909/, W3C, 2005.

[xml-names]        Tim Bray rt al., Namespaces in XML 1.0 (Second Edition), http://www.w3.org/TR/2006/REC-xml-names-20060816, W3C, 2006.

[XML1.0]        Tim Bray, Jean Paoli, C. M. Sperberg-McQueen, Eve Maler, François Yergeau , Extensible Markup Language (XML) 1.0 (Fourth Edition), http://www.w3.org/TR/2006/REC-xml-20060816/, W3C, 2006.

[xmlenc-core]        Donald Eastlake, Joseph Reagle, XML Encryption Syntax and Processing, http://www.w3.org/TR/2002/REC-xmlenc-core-20021210/, W3C, 2002.

[xmlschema-2]        Paul V. Biron, Ashok Malhotra, XML Schema Part 2: Datatypes Second Edition, http://www.w3.org/TR/2004/REC-xmlschema-2-20041028/, W3C, 2004.

[XPath]        James Clark, Steve DeRose, XML Path Language (XPath) Version 1.0, http://www.w3.org/TR/1999/REC-xpath-19991116, W3C, 1999.

[XSL]        Sharon Adler, et al., Extensible Stylesheet Language (XSL), http://www.w3.org/TR/2001/REC-xsl-20011015/, W3C, 2001.

1.4Non Normative References

[BibTeXing]        Oren Patashnik, BIBT E Xing, http://citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc/summary?doi=10.1.1.49.6093, 1988

[CSS3Text]        Michel Suignard, CSS3 Text Module, http://www.w3.org/TR/2003/CR-css3-text-20030514, W3C, 2003.

[DAISY]        ANSI/NISO Z39.86-2005 Specifications for the Digital Talking Book, http://www.niso.org/standards/resources/Z39-86-2005.html, 2005.

[MIMETYPES]        MIME Media Types, http://www.iana.org/assignments/media-types/, IANA.

[ODF10]        OASIS Standard, Open Document Format for Office Applications (OpenDocument) v1.0, May 2005, http://docs.oasis-open.org/office/v1.0/OpenDocument-v1.0-os.pdf.

[ODF11]        OASIS Standard, Open Document Format for Office Applications (OpenDocument) v1.1, February 2007, http://docs.oasis-open.org/office/v1.1/OS/OpenDocument-v1.1.pdf.

[PNG]        David Duce, Portable Network Graphics (PNG) Specification (Second Edition), http://www.w3.org/TR/2003/REC-PNG-20031110, W3C, 2003.

[RFC3066]        H. Alvestrand, Tags for the Identification of Languages, http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc3066.txt, IETF, 2001.

[UAX9]        Mark Davis, The Bidirectional Algorithm, Unicode Standard Annex #9, http://www.unicode.org/reports/tr9/tr9-15.html, 2005.

[UTR20]        Martin Dürst and Asmus Freytag, Unicode in XML and other Markup Languages, Unicode Technical Report #20, http://www.unicode.org/reports/tr20/tr20-7.html, 2003.

[XSLT]        James Clark, XSL Transformations (XSLT) Version 1.0, http://www.w3.org/TR/1999/REC-xslt-19991116, W3C, 1999.

1.5Namespaces

The namespaces used or defined by OpenDocument are listed in tables 1-4.

Note: The defined XML namespaces conform to the Namespaces in XML specification [xml-names].

This specification uses the prefixes defined in tables 1 and 2 when referring to elements and attributes in this specification. However, implementors may use any prefix, provided that there is a namespace declaration that binds the prefix to the IRI of the corresponding namespace.

Table 1 - XML Namespaces defined by the OpenDocument schema

Prefix

Description

Namespace

anim

Elements and attributes that describe animation content.

urn:oasis:names:tc:opendocument:xmlns:
animation:1.0

chart

Elements and attributes that describe chart content.

urn:oasis:names:tc:opendocument:xmlns:
chart:1.0

config

Elements and attributes that describe application specific settings.

urn:oasis:names:tc:opendocument:xmlns:
config:1.0

db

For elements and attributes that describe database specific objects.

urn:oasis:names:tc:opendocument:xmlns:
database:1.0

dr3d

Elements and attributes that describe 3D graphic content.

urn:oasis:names:tc:opendocument:xmlns:
dr3d:1.0

draw

Elements and attributes that describe graphic content.

urn:oasis:names:tc:opendocument:xmlns:
drawing:1.0

form

Elements and attributes that describe forms and controls.

urn:oasis:names:tc:opendocument:xmlns:
form:1.0

manifest

Elements and attribute contained in the package manifest.

urn:oasis:names:tc:opendocument:xmlns:
manifest:1.0

meta

Elements and attributes that describe meta information.

urn:oasis:names:tc:opendocument:xmlns:
meta:1.0

number

Elements and attributes that describe data style information.

urn:oasis:names:tc:opendocument:xmlns:
datastyle:1.0

office

All common pieces of information that are not contained in another, more specific namespace.

urn:oasis:names:tc:opendocument:xmlns:
office:1.0

presentation

Elements and attributes that describe presentation content.

urn:oasis:names:tc:opendocument:xmlns:
presentation:1.0

script

Elements and attributes that represent scripts or events.

urn:oasis:names:tc:opendocument:xmlns:
script:1.0

table

Elements and attributes that may occur within spreadsheets or within table definitions of a text document.

urn:oasis:names:tc:opendocument:xmlns:
table:1.0

text

Elements and attributes that may occur within text documents and text parts of other document types.,

urn:oasis:names:tc:opendocument:xmlns:
text:1.0

style

Elements and attributes that describe the style and inheritance model used by the OpenDocument format.

urn:oasis:names:tc:opendocument:xmlns:
style:1.0

Table 2 - XML Namespaces defined by the OpenDocument metadata manifest ontology

Prefix

Description

Namespace

odf

RDF node property and node elements for OpenDocument package entities

http://docs.oasis-open.org/ns/office/1.2/meta/odf#

Table 3 - XML Namespaces defined by the OpenDocument schema that include elements and attributes that are compatible to elements and attributes of other standards.

Prefix

Description

Namespace

fo

Attributes that are compatible to attributes defined in [XSL].

urn:oasis:names:tc:opendocument:xmlns:
xsl-fo-compatible:1.0

svg

Elements and attributes that are compatible to elements or attributes defined in [SVG].

urn:oasis:names:tc:opendocument:xmlns:
svg-compatible:1.0

smil

Attributes that are compatible to attributes defined in [SMIL20].

urn:oasis:names:tc:opendocument:xmlns:
smil-compatible:1.0

Table 4 - XML Namespaces used by the OpenDocument schema

Prefix

Description

Namespace

dc

The Dublin Core Namespace (see [DCMI]).

http://purl.org/dc/elements/1.1/

math

MathML Namespace (see [MathML])

http://www.w3.org/1998/Math/MathML

xforms

The XForms namespace (see [XForms]).

http://www.w3.org/2002/xforms

xlink

The XLink namespace (see [XLink]).

http://www.w3.org/1999/xlink

xhtml

RDFa attributes (see [RDFa]).

http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml

grddl

GRDDL attributes (see [GRDDL])

http://www.w3.org/2003/g/data-view#

Table 5 - XML Namespaces defined by the OpenDocument metadata manifest ontology

Prefix

Description

Namespace

pkg

OWL classes and properties contained in metadata manifest files.

http://docs.oasis-open.org/ns/office/1.2/meta/pkg#

Table 6 - Other XML Namespaces defined by this specification

Prefix

Description

Namespace

of

Namespace for formulas defined by part 2 of this specification that occur in attribute values.

urn:oasis:names:tc:opendocument:xmlns:of:1.2

2OpenDocument Documents, Consumers and Producers

2.1Introduction

The OpenDocument specification defines conformance for documents, consumers, and producers, with two conformance classes called conforming and extended conforming. It further defines conforming text, spreadsheet, drawing, presentation, chart, image, formula and database front end documents. This chapter defines the basic requirements for the individual conformance targets.

2.2Documents

2.2.1OpenDocument Document

An OpenDocument document shall meet the following requirements:

  1. A)If the document is an OpenDocument package, then  

    1. A.1)it shall be a conforming OpenDocument package (C19), and 

    2. A.2)the package shall contain at least one of the following files: content.xml and styles.xml. It may contain additional files, including files named settings.xml and meta.xml. 

  2. B)If the document is an OpenDocument package, then the following requirements shall be met for its contained files named content.xml, styles.xml, settings.xml and meta.xml, if present: 

    1. B.1)The files shall be well formed XML documents with respect to the XML 1.0 [XML1.0] specification. 

    2. B.2)The XML root elements of the files shall be  

      1. B.2.1)<office:document-content> or <math:math> for files named content.xml, 

      2. B.2.2)<office:document-styles> for files named styles.xml, 

      3. B.2.3)<office:document-meta> for files named meta.xml, 

      4. B.2.4)<office:document-settings> for files named settings.xml. 

    3. B.3)If the XML root element of a file is <office:document-content>, <office:document-styles>, <office:document-meta> or <office:document-settings>, then the XML file shall be valid with respect to the schema defined in appendix A. 

    4. B.4)If the XML root element of a file is <math:math>, then the XML file shall be valid with respect to the MathML 2.0 [MathML] schema. 

  3. C)If the document is a single XML file, then  

    1. C.1)the file shall be a well formed XML document with respect to the XML 1.0 [XML1.0] specification 

    2. C.2)the XML root element of the file shall be <office:document>. 

    3. C.3)the XML file shall be valid with respect to the schema defined in appendix A. 

  4. D)The files contained in a package listed in B) or the single file listed in C) meet the following requirements: 

    1. D.1)They shall be namespace-well-formed with regard to the XML Namespaces specification [xml-names]. 

    2. D.2)They shall conform to the xml-id specification [XML-ID]. 

    3. D.3)If a style:condition, table:condition, table:expression, table:formula or text:formula attribute value begins with a namespace prefix bound to namespace "urn:oasis:names:tc:opendocument:xmlns:of:1.2," the syntax and semantics of the attribute value portions that are expressions determined by the prefix shall conform to part 2 of this specification. If a namespace prefix is omitted at the beginning of the attribute value, the attribute value portions that are expressions determined by a prefix shall conform as if there were a prefix bound to namespace "urn:oasis:names:tc:opendocument:xmlns:of:1.2". 

  5. E)It shall conform to one of: (C3) OpenDocument Text Document, (C4) OpenDocument Spreadsheet Document, (C5) OpenDocument Drawing Document, (C6) OpenDocument Presentation Document, (C7) OpenDocument Chart Document, (C8) OpenDocument Image Document, (C9) OpenDocument Formula Document, (C10) OpenDocument Database Front End Document.  

2.2.2OpenDocument Extended Document

An OpenDocument extended document shall meet all requirements of a conforming document listed in 2.2.1 except A.1), B.3), C.3) and E) and shall meet the following requirements:

  1. A)If the document is an OpenDocument package, then it shall be a conforming ODF extended package (C20)  

  2. B)If the document is an OpenDocument package, then the following requirement shall be met for its contained files named content.xml, styles.xml, settings.xml and meta.xml, if present: 

    1. B.1)If the XML root element of a file is <office:document-content>, <office:document-styles>, <office:document-meta> or <office:document-settings>, then the XML file shall be valid with respect to the schema defined in appendix A, after the following processing of foreign elements has taken place: 

      1. B.1.1)Foreign elements and attributes, as defined in section 3.17 have been removed. 

      2. B.1.2)The content of foreign elements has been processed as defined in section 3.17. 

  3. C)If the document is a single XML file, then the XML files shall be valid with respect to the schema defined in appendix A, after processing of foreign elements as defined in B1) has taken place. 

2.2.3OpenDocument Text Document

An OpenDocument Text document shall meet all requirements of a Conforming OpenDocument Document, as well as the following additional requirements:

  1. A)The <office:document> element shall have an office:mimetype attribute with one of these values: "application/vnd.oasis.opendocument.text", "application/vnd.oasis.opendocument.text-template" or "application/vnd.oasis.opendocument.text-master". 

  2. B)If the document is an OpenDocument package then it shall contain a file named mimetype containing one of these strings: "application/vnd.oasis.opendocument.text", "application/vnd.oasis.opendocument.text-template" or "application/vnd.oasis.opendocument.text-master". 

  3. C)The <office:body> element shall have the child element <office:text>. 

2.2.4OpenDocument Spreadsheet Document

An OpenDocument Spreadsheet document shall meet all requirements of a Conforming OpenDocument Document, as well as the following additional requirements:

  1. A)The <office:document> element shall have an office:mimetype attribute with one of these values: "application/vnd.oasis.opendocument.spreadsheet" or "application/vnd.oasis.opendocument.spreadsheet-template". 

  2. B)If the document is an OpenDocument package then it shall contain a file named mimetype containing one of these strings: "application/vnd.oasis.opendocument.spreadsheet" or "application/vnd.oasis.opendocument.spreadsheet-template". 

  3. C)The <office:body> element shall have the child element <office:spreadsheet>. 

  4. D)All namespace prefixes used in the values of table:formula attributes values shall be bound to the "urn:oasis:names:tc:opendocument:xmlns:of:1.2 " namespace. 

  5. E)All table:formula attribute values shall be a conforming OpenDocument Formula expression (C15). 

2.2.5OpenDocument Drawing Document

An OpenDocument Drawing document shall meet all requirements of a Conforming OpenDocument Document, as well as the following additional requirements:

  1. A)The <office:document> element shall have an office:mimetype attribute with one of these values: "application.vnd.oasis.opendocument.graphics" or "application/vnd.oasis.opendocument.graphic-template". 

  2. B)If the document is an OpenDocument package then it shall contain a file named mimetype containing one of these strings: "application.vnd.oasis.opendocument.graphics" or "application/vnd.oasis.opendocument.graphic-template". 

  3. C)The <office:body> element shall have the child element <office:drawing>. 

2.2.6OpenDocument Presentation Document

An OpenDocument Presentation document shall meet all requirements of a Conforming OpenDocument Document, as well as the following additional requirements:

  1. A)The <office:document> element shall have an office:mimetype attribute with one of these values: "application/vnd.oasis.opendocument.presentation" or "application/vnd.oasis.opendocument.presentation-template". 

  2. B)If the document is an OpenDocument package then it shall contain a file named mimetype containing one of these strings: "application/vnd.oasis.opendocument.presentation" or "application/vnd.oasis.opendocument.presentation-template". 

  3. C)The <office:body> element shall have the child element <office:presentation>. 

2.2.7OpenDocument Chart Document

An OpenDocument Chart document shall meet all requirements of a Conforming OpenDocument Document, as well as the following additional requirements:

  1. A)The <office:document> element shall have an office:mimetype attribute with one of these values: "application/vnd.oasis.opendocument.chart" or "application/vnd.oasis.opendocument.chart-template". 

  2. B)If the document is an OpenDocument package then it shall contain a file named mimetype containing one of these strings: "application/vnd.oasis.opendocument.chart" or "application/vnd.oasis.opendocument.chart-template". 

  3. C)The <office:body> element shall have the child element <office:chart>. 

2.2.8OpenDocument Image Document

An OpenDocument Image document shall meet all requirements of a Conforming OpenDocument Document, as well as the following additional requirements:

  1. A)The <office:document> element shall have an office:mimetype attribute with one of these values: "application/vnd.oasis.opendocument.image" or "application/vnd.oasis.opendocument.image-template". 

  2. B)If the document is an OpenDocument package then it shall contain a file named mimetype containing one of these strings: "application/vnd.oasis.opendocument.image" or "application/vnd.oasis.opendocument.image-template". 

  3. C)The <office:body> element shall have the child element <office:image>. 

2.2.9OpenDocument Formula Document

An OpenDocument Formula document shall meet all requirements of a Conforming OpenDocument Document, as well as the following additional requirements:

  1. A)If the document is an OpenDocument package. The OpenDocument package shall contain a file named mimetype with content being the string "application/vnd.oasis.opendocument.formula".  

  2. B)The package "content.xml" file shall have a <math:math> root element.  

2.2.10OpenDocument Database Front End Document

An OpenDocument Database Front End document shall meet all requirements of a Conforming OpenDocument Document, as well as the following additional requirements:

  1. A)The <office:document> element shall have an office:mimetype attribute with the value "application/vnd.oasis.opendocument.base".  

  2. B)If the document is an OpenDocument package then it shall contain a file named mimetype containing the string " application/vnd.oasis.opendocument.base".  

  3. C)The <office:body> element shall have the child element <office:database>.  

2.3Producers

2.3.1OpenDocument Producer

An OpenDocument producer is a program that creates at least one conforming OpenDocument document, and that meets the following additional requirements:

  1. A)It may produce conforming OpenDocument extended documents, but it shall have a mode of operation where all OpenDocument documents that are created are conforming OpenDocument documents. 

  2. B)It shall be accompanied by a document that defines all implementation-defined values used by the OpenDocument producer. 

2.3.2OpenDocument Extended Producer

An OpenDocument extended producer is a program that creates at least one conforming OpenDocument extended document, and that meets the following additional requirements:

  1. A)It shall be accompanied by a document that defines all implementation-defined values used by the OpenDocument extended producer. 

  2. B)It should be accompanied by a document that defines all foreign elements and attributes used by the OpenDocument extended producer. 

2.4Consumer

An OpenDocument consumer is a program that can parse and interpret OpenDocument documents according to the semantics defined by this specification, and that meets the following additional requirements:

  1. A)It shall be able to parse and interpret OpenDocument documents of one or more of the document types defined by this specification (see 3.3) any of which are represented in packages, but it need not interpret the semantics of all elements, attributes and attribute values. 

  2. B)It may be able to parse and interpret OpenDocument documents stored as single XML document, but it need not interpret the semantics of all elements, attributes and attribute values. 

  3. C)It shall interpret those elements and attributes it does interpret consistent with the semantics defined for the element or attribute by this specification. 

  4. D)It should be able to parse and interpret conforming OpenDocument extended documents, but it need not interpret the semantics of all elements, attributes and attribute values. 

  5. E)The XML parser used to parse the files contained in a package listed in 2.2.1, item B) or the single document listed in 2.2.1, item C) meets the following requirements: 

    1. E.1)It shall be a nonvalidating XML processor with regard to the XML 1.0 specification [XML1.0]. 

    2. E.2)It shall be and be a conforming processor with regard to the XML Namespaces specification [xml-names]. 

    3. E.3)It shall conform to the xml-id specification [XML-ID]. 

3Document Structure

3.1Document Representation

3.1.1General

OpenDocument defines two methods of document representation:

3.1.2<office:document>(Single OpenDocument XML Files)

The <office:document> element is the root element of a document in OpenDocument format which is represented as a single XML document. It contains the entire document.

The <office:document> element is a root element.

The <office:document> element is usable within the following elements: <db:component> 12.25.5 and <draw:object> 10.4.6.2.

The <office:document> element has the following attributes: grddl:transformation 19.320, office:mimetype 19.375 and office:version 19.386.

The <office:document> element has the following child elements: <office:automatic-styles> 3.15.3, <office:body> 3.3, <office:font-face-decls> 3.14, <office:master-styles> 3.15.4, <office:meta> 3.2, <office:scripts> 3.12, <office:settings> 3.10 and <office:styles> 3.15.2.

3.1.3Package OpenDocument Files

3.1.3.1General

When an OpenDocument document is represented as a package, there are four root elements, <office:document-content>, <office:document-styles>, <office:document-meta>, and, <office:document-settings>, each stored as a separate file.

A package may also contain image files, embedded objects and implementation-dependent files.

3.1.3.2<office:document-content>

The <office:document-content> root element contains document content and automatic styles used in a document. The file within the package for the <office:document-content> element is content.xml.

The <office:document-content> element is a root element.

The <office:document-content> element has the following attributes: grddl:transformation 19.320 and office:version 19.386.

The <office:document-content> element has the following child elements: <office:automatic-styles> 3.15.3, <office:body> 3.3, <office:font-face-decls> 3.14 and <office:scripts> 3.12.

3.1.3.3<office:document-styles>

The <office:document-styles> root element contains styles used in document content and automatic styles used in styles. The file within the package for the <office:document-styles> element is styles.xml.

The <office:document-styles> element is a root element.

The <office:document-styles> element has the following attributes: grddl:transformation 19.320 and office:version 19.386.

The <office:document-styles> element has the following child elements: <office:automatic-styles> 3.15.3, <office:font-face-decls> 3.14, <office:master-styles> 3.15.4 and <office:styles> 3.15.2.

3.1.3.4<office:document-meta>

The <office:document-meta> root element contains document metadata elements. The file within the package for the <office:document-meta> element is meta.xml.

The <office:document-meta> element is a root element.

The <office:document-meta> element has the following attributes: grddl:transformation 19.320 and office:version 19.386.

The <office:document-meta> element has the following child element: <office:meta> 3.2.

3.1.3.5<office:document-settings>

The <office:document-settings> root element contains implementation-dependent settings. The file within the package for the <office:document-settings> element is settings.xml.

The <office:document-settings> element is a root element.

The <office:document-settings> element has the following attributes: grddl:transformation 19.320 and office:version 19.386.

The <office:document-settings> element has the following child element: <office:settings> 3.10.

3.1.4Summary of Document Representation

The models for representing an OpenDocument file are summarized in Table 7.

Table 7 - Root element content models

Root Element

<office:meta>

<office:settings>

<office:scripts>

<office:font-face-decls>

<office:styles>

<office:automatic-styles>

<office:master-styles>

<office:body>

<office:document>

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

<office:document-content>

 

 

X

X

 

X

 

X

<office:document-styles>

 

 

 

X

X

X

X

 

<office:document-meta>

X

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

<office:document-settings>

 

X

 

 

 

 

 

 

3.2<office:meta>

The <office:meta> element contains metadata elements for a document that are not specified by a manifest.rdf file. 4.2.2

All the child elements of an <office:meta> element contain metadata about a document as a whole.

The <office:meta> element is usable within the following elements: <office:document> 3.1.2 and <office:document-meta> 3.1.3.4.

The <office:meta> element has no attributes.

The <office:meta> element has the following child elements: <dc:creator> 4.3.2.7, <dc:date> 4.3.2.10, <dc:description> 4.3.2.3, <dc:language> 4.3.2.15, <dc:subject> 4.3.2.4, <dc:title> 4.3.2.2, <meta:auto-reload> 4.3.2.13, <meta:creation-date> 4.3.2.9, <meta:document-statistic> 4.3.2.18, <meta:editing-cycles> 4.3.2.16, <meta:editing-duration> 4.3.2.17, <meta:generator> 4.3.2.1, <meta:hyperlink-behaviour> 4.3.2.14, <meta:initial-creator> 4.3.2.6, <meta:keyword> 4.3.2.5, <meta:print-date> 4.3.2.11, <meta:printed-by> 4.3.2.8, <meta:template> 4.3.2.12 and <meta:user-defined> 4.3.3.

3.3<office:body>

The <office:body> element contains the elements that represent the content of a document.

The <office:body> element is usable within the following elements: <office:document> 3.1.2 and <office:document-content> 3.1.3.2.

The <office:body> element has no attributes.

The <office:body> element has the following child elements: <office:chart> 3.8, <office:database> 12.1, <office:drawing> 3.5, <office:image> 3.9, <office:presentation> 3.6, <office:spreadsheet> 3.7 and <office:text> 3.4.

3.4<office:text>

The <office:text> element represents the content of a text document.

The <office:text> element is usable within the following element: <office:body> 3.3.

The <office:text> element has the following attributes: text:global 19.806 and text:use-soft-page-breaks 19.897.

The <office:text> element has the following child elements: <dr3d:scene> 10.5.2, <draw:a> 10.4.12, <draw:caption> 10.3.11, <draw:circle> 10.3.8, <draw:connector> 10.3.10, <draw:control> 10.3.13, <draw:custom-shape> 10.6.1, <draw:ellipse> 10.3.9, <draw:frame> 10.4.2, <draw:g> 10.3.15, <draw:line> 10.3.3, <draw:measure> 10.3.12, <draw:page-thumbnail> 10.3.14, <draw:path> 10.3.7, <draw:polygon> 10.3.5, <draw:polyline> 10.3.4, <draw:rect> 10.3.2, <draw:regular-polygon> 10.3.6, <office:forms> 13.2, <table:calculation-settings> 9.4.1, <table:consolidation> 9.7, <table:content-validations> 9.4.4, <table:database-ranges> 9.4.14, <table:data-pilot-tables> 9.6.2, <table:dde-links> 9.8, <table:label-ranges> 9.4.10, <table:named-expressions> 9.4.11, <table:table> 9.1.2, <text:alphabetical-index> 8.8, <text:alphabetical-index-auto-mark-file> 8.8.3, <text:bibliography> 8.9, <text:change> 5.5.7.4, <text:change-end> 5.5.7.3, <text:change-start> 5.5.7.2, <text:dde-connection-decls> 14.6.2, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:illustration-index> 8.4, <text:list> 5.3.1, <text:numbered-paragraph> 5.3.6, <text:object-index> 8.6, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:page-sequence> 5.2, <text:section> 5.4, <text:sequence-decls> 7.4.11, <text:soft-page-break> 5.6, <text:table-index> 8.5, <text:table-of-content> 8.3, <text:tracked-changes> 5.5.1, <text:user-field-decls> 7.4.7, <text:user-index> 8.7 and <text:variable-decls> 7.4.2.

3.5<office:drawing>

The <office:drawing> element represents a drawing document.

The <office:drawing> element is usable within the following element: <office:body> 3.3.

The <office:drawing> element has no attributes.

The <office:drawing> element has the following child elements: <draw:page> 10.2.4, <table:calculation-settings> 9.4.1, <table:consolidation> 9.7, <table:content-validations> 9.4.4, <table:database-ranges> 9.4.14, <table:data-pilot-tables> 9.6.2, <table:dde-links> 9.8, <table:label-ranges> 9.4.10, <table:named-expressions> 9.4.11, <text:alphabetical-index-auto-mark-file> 8.8.3, <text:dde-connection-decls> 14.6.2, <text:sequence-decls> 7.4.11, <text:user-field-decls> 7.4.7 and <text:variable-decls> 7.4.2.

3.6<office:presentation>

The <office:presentation> element represents a presentation document.

The <office:presentation> element is usable within the following element: <office:body> 3.3.

The <office:presentation> element has no attributes.

The <office:presentation> element has the following child elements: <draw:page> 10.2.4, <presentation:date-time-decl> 10.9.3.6, <presentation:footer-decl> 10.9.3.4, <presentation:header-decl> 10.9.3.2, <presentation:settings> 10.9.3.7, <table:calculation-settings> 9.4.1, <table:consolidation> 9.7, <table:content-validations> 9.4.4, <table:database-ranges> 9.4.14, <table:data-pilot-tables> 9.6.2, <table:dde-links> 9.8, <table:label-ranges> 9.4.10, <table:named-expressions> 9.4.11, <text:alphabetical-index-auto-mark-file> 8.8.3, <text:dde-connection-decls> 14.6.2, <text:sequence-decls> 7.4.11, <text:user-field-decls> 7.4.7 and <text:variable-decls> 7.4.2.

3.7<office:spreadsheet>

The <office:spreadsheet> element represents a spreadsheet document.

The <office:spreadsheet> element is usable within the following element: <office:body> 3.3.

The <office:spreadsheet> element has the following attributes: table:protection-key 19.697, table:protection-key-digest-algorithm 19.698 and table:structure-protected 19.725.

The <office:spreadsheet> element has the following child elements: <table:calculation-settings> 9.4.1, <table:consolidation> 9.7, <table:content-validations> 9.4.4, <table:database-ranges> 9.4.14, <table:data-pilot-tables> 9.6.2, <table:dde-links> 9.8, <table:label-ranges> 9.4.10, <table:named-expressions> 9.4.11, <table:table> 9.1.2, <table:tracked-changes> 9.9.2, <text:alphabetical-index-auto-mark-file> 8.8.3, <text:dde-connection-decls> 14.6.2, <text:sequence-decls> 7.4.11, <text:user-field-decls> 7.4.7 and <text:variable-decls> 7.4.2.

3.8<office:chart>

The <office:chart> element represents a chart document.

The <office:chart> element is usable within the following element: <office:body> 3.3.

The <office:chart> element has no attributes.

The <office:chart> element has the following child elements: <chart:chart> 11.1, <table:calculation-settings> 9.4.1, <table:consolidation> 9.7, <table:content-validations> 9.4.4, <table:database-ranges> 9.4.14, <table:data-pilot-tables> 9.6.2, <table:dde-links> 9.8, <table:label-ranges> 9.4.10, <table:named-expressions> 9.4.11, <text:alphabetical-index-auto-mark-file> 8.8.3, <text:dde-connection-decls> 14.6.2, <text:sequence-decls> 7.4.11, <text:user-field-decls> 7.4.7 and <text:variable-decls> 7.4.2.

3.9<office:image>

The <office:image> element represents an image document.

The <office:image> element contains a <draw:frame> element which shall contain a single <draw:image> element.

The <office:image> element is usable within the following element: <office:body> 3.3.

The <office:image> element has no attributes.

The <office:image> element has the following child element: <draw:frame> 10.4.2.

3.10<office:settings>

3.10.1General

The <office:settings> element contains one or more <config:config-item-set> elements, each of which represents a set of application settings.

The <office:settings> element is usable within the following elements: <office:document> 3.1.2 and <office:document-settings> 3.1.3.5.

The <office:settings> element has no attributes.

The <office:settings> element has the following child element: <config:config-item-set> 3.10.2.

3.10.2<config:config-item-set>

The <config:config-item-set> element is a container element for application setting elements. Setting child elements may occur in any order.

An ODF Consumer shall use application settings to alter application behavior only within the dimensions of variability permitted by this standard.

The <config:config-item-set> element is usable within the following elements: <config:config-item-map-entry> 3.10.5, <config:config-item-set> 3.10.2 and <office:settings> 3.10.

The <config:config-item-set> element has the following attribute: config:name 19.29.

The <config:config-item-set> element has the following child elements: <config:config-item> 3.10.3, <config:config-item-map-indexed> 3.10.4, <config:config-item-map-named> 3.10.6 and <config:config-item-set> 3.10.2.

3.10.3<config:config-item>

The <config:config-item> element contains the value of an application setting whose name is specified by its config:name attribute.

The <config:config-item> element is usable within the following elements: <config:config-item-map-entry> 3.10.5 and <config:config-item-set> 3.10.2.

The <config:config-item> element has the following attributes: config:name 19.29 and config:type 19.30.

The <config:config-item> element has no child elements.

The <config:config-item> element has character data content.

3.10.4<config:config-item-map-indexed>

The <config:config-item-map-indexed> element is a container element for ordered sequences of application settings.

The <config:config-item-map-indexed> element is usable within the following elements: <config:config-item-map-entry> 3.10.5 and <config:config-item-set> 3.10.2.

The <config:config-item-map-indexed> element has the following attribute: config:name 19.29.

The <config:config-item-map-indexed> element has the following child element: <config:config-item-map-entry> 3.10.5.

3.10.5<config:config-item-map-entry>

The <config:config-item-map-entry> element represents a single setting in a sequence of settings. The setting itself is defined by the child element of <config:config-item-map-entry>, and may be a single value, a set of settings, or a sequence of settings.

The <config:config-item-map-entry> element is usable within the following elements: <config:config-item-map-indexed> 3.10.4 and <config:config-item-map-named> 3.10.6.

The <config:config-item-map-entry> element has the following attribute: config:name 19.29.

The <config:config-item-map-entry> element has the following child elements: <config:config-item> 3.10.3, <config:config-item-map-indexed> 3.10.4, <config:config-item-map-named> 3.10.6 and <config:config-item-set> 3.10.2.

3.10.6<config:config-item-map-named>

The <config:config-item-map-named> element contains a sequence of application setting elements. Each sequence is identified by the value of its config:name attribute.

The <config:config-item-map-named> element is usable within the following elements: <config:config-item-map-entry> 3.10.5 and <config:config-item-set> 3.10.2.

The <config:config-item-map-named> element has the following attribute: config:name 19.29.

The <config:config-item-map-named> element has the following child element: <config:config-item-map-entry> 3.10.5.

3.11Cursor Position Setting

To represent a text cursor position within a document, a processing instruction with PITarget opendocument (see §2.6 of [XML1.0]) should be used. The name of the cursor position processing instruction, cursor-position, shall follow the PITarget opendocument. The processing instruction may have arbitrary implementation-defined attributes.

Note: Where a text cursor position is not sufficient to recreate a document view, producers may use arbitrary document specific settings in addition to a cursor position processing instruction.

3.12<office:scripts>

The <office:scripts> element contains all the <office:script> elements for a document.

Each <office:script> element contains a script. A document may contain scripts in different scripting languages.

Note: Scripts need not use XML document models.

The <office:scripts> element may also contain <office:event-listeners> elements which contain the events assigned to the document itself. 14.4.2

The <office:scripts> element is usable within the following elements: <office:document> 3.1.2 and <office:document-content> 3.1.3.2.

The <office:scripts> element has no attributes.

The <office:scripts> element has the following child elements: <office:event-listeners> 10.3.19 and <office:script> 3.13.

3.13<office:script>

The <office:script> element contains a script.

The <office:script> element is usable within the following element: <office:scripts> 3.12.

The <office:script> element has the following attribute: script:language 19.430.

The <office:script> element has mixed content where arbitrary child elements are permitted.

Note: In most situations, the element contains the source code of the script, but it may also contain a compiled version of the script or a link to external script code.

3.14<office:font-face-decls>

The <office:font-face-decls> element contains all the font face declarations (<style:font-face> elements) for a document.

The <office:font-face-decls> element is usable within the following elements: <office:document> 3.1.2, <office:document-content> 3.1.3.2 and <office:document-styles> 3.1.3.3.

The <office:font-face-decls> element has no attributes.

The <office:font-face-decls> element has the following child element: <style:font-face> 16.21.

3.15Styles

3.15.1General

Styles for a document are defined in container elements according to their type: common, automatic and master.

Page layouts and styles are defined by <style:page-layout> 17.2 and <style:master-page> 16.9 elements, respectively.

3.15.2<office:styles>

The <office:styles> element contains common styles used in a document. A common style is a style chosen by a user for a document or portion thereof.

The <office:styles> element is usable within the following elements: <office:document> 3.1.2 and <office:document-styles> 3.1.3.3.

The <office:styles> element has no attributes.

The <office:styles> element has the following child elements: <draw:fill-image> 16.40.6, <draw:gradient> 16.40.1, <draw:hatch> 16.40.5, <draw:marker> 16.40.8, <draw:opacity> 16.40.7, <draw:stroke-dash> 16.40.9, <number:boolean-style> 16.27.23, <number:currency-style> 16.27.7, <number:date-style> 16.27.10, <number:number-style> 16.27.2, <number:percentage-style> 16.27.9, <number:text-style> 16.27.25, <number:time-style> 16.27.18, <style:default-page-layout> 16.8, <style:default-style> 16.4, <style:presentation-page-layout> 16.41, <style:style> 16.2, <svg:linearGradient> 16.40.2, <svg:radialGradient> 16.40.3, <table:table-template> 16.18, <text:bibliography-configuration> 16.29.6, <text:linenumbering-configuration> 16.29.1, <text:list-style> 16.30, <text:notes-configuration> 16.29.3 and <text:outline-style> 16.34.

3.15.3<office:automatic-styles>

The <office:automatic-styles> element contains automatic styles used in a document.

An automatic style is one contains formatting properties that are considered to be properties of the object to which the style is assigned.

Note: Common and automatic styles behave differently in OpenDocument editing consumers. Common styles are presented to the user as a named set of formatting properties. The formatting properties of an automatic style are presented to a user as properties of the object to which the style is applied.

The <office:automatic-styles> element is usable within the following elements: <office:document> 3.1.2, <office:document-content> 3.1.3.2 and <office:document-styles> 3.1.3.3.

The <office:automatic-styles> element has no attributes.

The <office:automatic-styles> element has the following child elements: <number:boolean-style> 16.27.23, <number:currency-style> 16.27.7, <number:date-style> 16.27.10, <number:number-style> 16.27.2, <number:percentage-style> 16.27.9, <number:text-style> 16.27.25, <number:time-style> 16.27.18, <style:page-layout> 16.5, <style:style> 16.2 and <text:list-style> 16.30.

3.15.4<office:master-styles>

The <office:master-styles> element contains master styles that are used in a document. A master style contains formatting and other content that is displayed with document content when the style is used.

The <office:master-styles> element is usable within the following elements: <office:document> 3.1.2 and <office:document-styles> 3.1.3.3.

The <office:master-styles> element has no attributes.

The <office:master-styles> element has the following child elements: <draw:layer-set> 10.2.2, <style:handout-master> 10.2.1 and <style:master-page> 16.9.

3.16Document Signatures

An OpenDocument document that is stored in a package may have one or more digital signatures applied to the package.

Document signatures shall be stored in a file called META-INF/documentsignatures.xml in the package as described in section 3.5 of the OpenDocument specification part 3. Document signatures shall contain a <ds:Reference> element for each file within the package, with the exception that <ds:Reference> elements for the META-INF/documentsignatures.xml file containing the signature, and any files contained in the package whose relative path starts with "external-data/" should be omitted.

Signatures other than document signatures are implementation-defined.

 

3.17Foreign Elements and Attributes

OpenDocument extended documents may contain elements and attributes not defined by the OpenDocument schema. Elements and attributes not defined by the OpenDocument schema are called foreign elements and attributes. Foreign elements and attributes shall not be associated with a namespace that is listed in tables 1, 2 or 3 of section 1.5.

If a foreign element has a <text:h> or <text:p> ancestor element, and is a child element of an element for which the OpenDocument schema permits the inclusion of character data, and if the OpenDocument schema permits the inclusion of character data for all its ancestors up to the <text:p> or <text:h> element ancestor element, then the element's content may be interpreted by conforming OpenDocument consumers, and the document itself shall be valid against the OpenDocument schema as if the foreign element's start- and end-tags or its empty-element-tag are removed.

For a foreign element that occurs at another location, conforming consumers should not interpret the element's content, but may preserve its content.

Foreign elements may have an office:process-content attribute 19.377 attached which controls the processing of the element content.

Note: In OpenDocument 1.0 and 1.1, the content of foreign elements should be processed unless there was an office:process-content attribute with value false.

Conforming extended producers should not use foreign elements and attributes for features defined in the OpenDocument specification.

A conforming consumer that encounters an OpenDocument defined attribute that has a value that is not defined by OpenDocument, then it should:

  1. 1)If the attribute has a specified default value, use its default value, or  

  2. 2)If the attribute does not have a specified default value, ignore the attribute.  

3.18White Space Processing and EOL Handling

ODF processing of whitespace characters is in conformance with the provisions of [XML1.0].

In addition, OpenDocument Consumers shall ignore all element children ([RNG] section 5, Data Model) of elements defined in this specification that are strings consisting entirely of whitespace characters and which do not satisfy a pattern of the OpenDocument schema definition for the element.

Additional treatment of occurrences of whitespace characters depends on the provisions for specific elements, attributes, and their datatypes in this specification.

Note: There are special OpenDocument rules for the reduction of whitespace sequences to single space characters in the text obtained from <text:p>, <text:h> and their element children. 6.1.2

3.19MIME Types and File Name Extensions

Appendix C contains a list of MIME types and file name extensions to be used for office documents that conform to this specification and that are contained in a package. See 3.1.3.

Office documents that conform to this specification but are not contained in a package should use the MIME type text/xml.

Only MIME types and extensions that have been registered according to [RFC4288] should used for office documents that conform to this specification. The MIME types and extensions listed in appendix C should be used where appropriate.

4Metadata

4.1General

Metadata is general information about a document or its content.

OpenDocument supports five types of metadata:

  1. 1)RDF metadata describing documents or the content of identifiable OpenDocument elements. 4.2.2 

  2. 2)Text content being used as RDF metadata. 4.2.1  

  3. 3)Pre-defined metadata (meta.xml). 4.3.2 

  4. 4)User-defined metadata (using the <meta:user-defined> element). 4.3.3 

  5. 5)Custom metadata (custom XML elements within meta.xml). 4.3.1 

Pre-defined and user-defined metadata are both stored in the metadata <office:meta> element. The elements representing this metadata may be omitted or occur multiple times. The updating of multiple instances of the same metadata elements is implementation-dependent.

4.2RDF Metadata

4.2.1In Content Metadata (RDFa)

Metadata in OpenDocument documents may be expressed using the model of the W3C Resource Description Framework [RDF-CONCEPTS].

In addition to the mechanism defined in Part 3 of this specification RDF metadata can be attached to elements in the "content.xml" and "styles.xml" file. Elements supporting this type of metadata have the following attributes: xhtml:about 19.905, xhtml:property 19.908, xhtml:content 19.906, and xhtml:datatype 19.907. When metadata is added using these attributes, it is referred to as in content metadata. If "content.xml" and "styles.xml" files contain in content metadata they shall be listed in the package's "manifest.rdf" file.

4.2.2manifest.rdf

4.2.2.1General

The OpenDocument document contains a metadata manifest, as defined in Part 3 of this specification. The [OWL] Metadata Manifest Description ontology defined in Part 3 is extended with additional properties and classes in appendix B. The following OWL classes and properties are defined.

4.2.2.2odf:ContentFile

An instance of the odf:ContentFile class represents a content.xml file.

The odf:ContentFile class is a subclass of pkg:File.

4.2.2.3odf:StylesFile

An instance of the odf:StylesFile class represents a styles.xml file.

The odf:StylesFile class is a subclass of pkg:File

4.2.2.4odf:Element

An instance of the odf:Element class represents an OpenDocument XML element in a content.xml or styles.xml file. It is a subclass of the pkg:Element class, which represents any XML element in the OpenDocument package.

Note: One or more rdf:type properties specify the metadata type of an odf:Element.

Every XML element that is defined by this specification and has an attribute of type ID may be described using an OWL class. The IRI of an OWL class for an element is the concatenation of the element's QName namespace IRI and its local name part. These classes are subclasses of odf:Element.

The following properties are defined for the subclass describing a <text:meta-field> element (urn:oasis:names:tc:opendocument:xmlns:text:1.0meta-field) : odf:prefix 4.2.2.5 and odf:suffix 4.2.2.6.

4.2.2.5odf:prefix

The odf:prefix property defines the prefix content of a <text:meta-field> field 7.5.19.

This property can be used with the following class: urn:oasis:names:tc:opendocument:xmlns:text:1.0meta-field 4.2.2.4.

4.2.2.6odf:suffix

The odf:suffix property defines the suffix content of a <text:meta-field> field 7.5.19.

This property can be used with the following class: urn:oasis:names:tc:opendocument:xmlns:text:1.0meta-field 4.2.2.4.

4.3Non-RDF Metadata

4.3.1General

Non-RDF metadata in OpenDocument is composed of pre-defined metadata elements, user defined metadata elements, and custom metadata elements.

The pre-defined metadata elements have defined semantics. They should be processed by consumers and updated by producers. They can be referenced from within the document using text fields.

The pre-defined metadata elements borrow heavily upon the metadata standards developed by the Dublin Core Metadata Initiative (http://www.dublincore.org). Metadata elements drawn directly from the Dublin Core work are in the http://purl.org/dc/elements/1.1 namespace.   “

User-defined metadata specifies a triplet of name, type, and value. Consumers can present these values to the user.

Custom metadata elements are arbitrary elements inside an <office:meta> element. The semantics of custom metadata elements is implementation-defined.

Custom metadata elements shall only occur in OpenDocument extended documents. The use of custom metadata is deprecated in favor of RDF/XML based metadata.

Note: Consumers need not process custom metadata other than to preserve it when editing a document.

4.3.2Pre-Defined Metadata Elements

4.3.2.1<meta:generator>

The <meta:generator> element contains a string that identifies the OpenDocument producer that was used to create or last modify the document. This string should match the definition for user-agents in the HTTP protocol as specified in section 14.43 of [RFC2616]. The generator string should allow OpenDocument consumers to distinguish between all released versions of a producer.

Note: Release versions of a producer could be distinguished based on build ids or patch level information.

If an OpenDocument producer that creates a document cannot provide an identifier string, the producer shall not export this element. If a producer stores a modified document created by another producer cannot provide a unique identifier, it shall not export the original identifier belonging to the producer that created the document.

The <meta:generator> element is usable within the following element: <office:meta> 3.2.

The <meta:generator> element has no attributes.

The <meta:generator> element has no child elements.

The <meta:generator> element has content of data type string 18.2.

4.3.2.2<dc:title>

The <dc:title> element specifies the title of a document.

The <dc:title> element is usable within the following element: <office:meta> 3.2.

The <dc:title> element has no attributes.

The <dc:title> element has no child elements.

The <dc:title> element has content of data type string 18.2.

4.3.2.3<dc:description>

The <dc:description> element contains a description of a document.

The <dc:description> element is usable within the following element: <office:meta> 3.2.

The <dc:description> element has no attributes.

The <dc:description> element has no child elements.

The <dc:description> element has content of data type string 18.2.

4.3.2.4<dc:subject>

The <dc:subject> element specifies the subject of a document.

The <dc:subject> element is usable within the following element: <office:meta> 3.2.

The <dc:subject> element has no attributes.

The <dc:subject> element has no child elements.

The <dc:subject> element has content of data type string 18.2.

4.3.2.5<meta:keyword>

The <meta:keyword> element contains a keyword pertaining to a document.

The <meta:keyword> element is usable within the following element: <office:meta> 3.2.

The <meta:keyword> element has no attributes.

The <meta:keyword> element has no child elements.

The <meta:keyword> element has content of data type string 18.2.

4.3.2.6<meta:initial-creator>

The <meta:initial-creator> element specifies the name of the initial creator of a document.

The <meta:initial-creator> element is usable within the following element: <office:meta> 3.2.

The <meta:initial-creator> element has no attributes.

The <meta:initial-creator> element has no child elements.

The <meta:initial-creator> element has content of data type string 18.2.

4.3.2.7<dc:creator>

The <dc:creator> element specifies the name of the person who last modified a document (<office:meta>), who created an annotation (<office:annotation>), who authored a change (<office:change-info>).

The <dc:creator> element is usable within the following elements: <office:annotation> 14.1, <office:change-info> 5.5.6 and <office:meta> 3.2.

The <dc:creator> element has no attributes.

The <dc:creator> element has no child elements.

The <dc:creator> element has content of data type string 18.2.

4.3.2.8<meta:printed-by>

The <meta:printed-by> element specifies the name of the last person who printed a document.

The <meta:printed-by> element is usable within the following element: <office:meta> 3.2.

The <meta:printed-by> element has no attributes.

The <meta:printed-by> element has no child elements.

The <meta:printed-by> element has content of data type string 18.2.

4.3.2.9<meta:creation-date>

The <meta:creation-date> element specifies the date and time when a document was created.

The <meta:creation-date> element is usable within the following element: <office:meta> 3.2.

The <meta:creation-date> element has no attributes.

The <meta:creation-date> element has no child elements.

The <meta:creation-date> element has content of data type dateTime 18.2.

4.3.2.10<dc:date>

The <dc:date> element specifies the date and time when the document was last modified (<office:meta>), when an annotation was created (<office:annotation>), when a change was made (<office:change-info>).

The <dc:date> element is usable within the following elements: <office:annotation> 14.1, <office:change-info> 5.5.6 and <office:meta> 3.2.

The <dc:date> element has no attributes.

The <dc:date> element has no child elements.

The <dc:date> element has content of data type dateTime 18.2.

4.3.2.11<meta:print-date>

The <meta:print-date> element specifies the date and time when a document was last printed.

The <meta:print-date> element is usable within the following element: <office:meta> 3.2.

The <meta:print-date> element has no attributes.

The <meta:print-date> element has no child elements.

The <meta:print-date> element has content of data type dateTime 18.2.

4.3.2.12<meta:template>

The <meta:template> element specifies a IRI for the document template that was used to create a document. The IRI is specified as an Xlink. See [XLink].

The <meta:template> element is usable within the following element: <office:meta> 3.2.

The <meta:template> element has the following attributes: meta:date 19.323, xlink:actuate 19.909, xlink:href 19.910.24, xlink:title 19.912 and xlink:type 19.913.

The <meta:template> element has no child elements.

4.3.2.13<meta:auto-reload>

The <meta:auto-reload> element specifies whether a document is reloaded or replaced by another document after a specified period of time has elapsed.

The <meta:auto-reload> element is usable within the following element: <office:meta> 3.2.

The <meta:auto-reload> element has the following attributes: meta:delay 19.324, xlink:actuate 19.909, xlink:href 19.910.23, xlink:show 19.911 and xlink:type 19.913.

The <meta:auto-reload> element has no child elements.

4.3.2.14<meta:hyperlink-behaviour>

The <meta:hyperlink-behaviour> element specifies the default behavior for hyperlinks in a document.

The <meta:hyperlink-behaviour> element is usable within the following element: <office:meta> 3.2.

The <meta:hyperlink-behaviour> element has the following attributes: office:target-frame-name 19.381 and xlink:show 19.911.

The <meta:hyperlink-behaviour> element has no child elements.

4.3.2.15<dc:language>

The <dc:language> element specifies the default language of a document.

The <dc:language> element is usable within the following element: <office:meta> 3.2.

The <dc:language> element has no attributes.

The <dc:language> element has no child elements.

The <dc:language> element has content of data type language 18.3.16.

4.3.2.16<meta:editing-cycles>

The <meta:editing-cycles> element specifies the number of times a document has been edited. When a document is created, this value is set to 1. Each time a document is saved, the editing-cycles number is incremented by 1.

The <meta:editing-cycles> element is usable within the following element: <office:meta> 3.2.

The <meta:editing-cycles> element has no attributes.

The <meta:editing-cycles> element has no child elements.

The <meta:editing-cycles> element has content of data type nonNegativeInteger 18.2.

4.3.2.17<meta:editing-duration>

The <meta:editing-duration> element specifies the total time spent editing a document.

The <meta:editing-duration> element is usable within the following element: <office:meta> 3.2.

The <meta:editing-duration> element has no attributes.

The <meta:editing-duration> element has no child elements.

The <meta:editing-duration> element has content of data type duration 18.2.

4.3.2.18<meta:document-statistic>

The <meta:document-statistic> element represents statistics about a document.

The <meta:document-statistic> element is usable within the following element: <office:meta> 3.2.

The <meta:document-statistic> element has the following attributes: meta:cell-count 19.321, meta:character-count 19.322, meta:draw-count 19.325, meta:frame-count 19.326, meta:image-count 19.327, meta:non-whitespace-character-count 19.329, meta:object-count 19.330, meta:ole-object-count 19.331, meta:page-count 19.332, meta:paragraph-count 19.333, meta:row-count 19.334, meta:sentence-count 19.335, meta:syllable-count 19.336, meta:table-count 19.337 and meta:word-count 19.339.

The <meta:document-statistic> element has no child elements.

4.3.3<meta:user-defined>

The <meta:user-defined> element specifies any additional user-defined metadata for a document.

The <meta:user-defined> element is usable within the following element: <office:meta> 3.2.

The <meta:user-defined> element has the following attributes: meta:name 19.328, meta:value-type 19.338.

The <meta:user-defined> element has no child elements.

The <meta:user-defined> element has character data content, or depending on the value of the meta:value-type attribute content of type double 18.2, date 18.2, dateTime 18.2, duration 18.2, boolean 18.3.3 or string 18.2.

5Text Content

5.1Headings, Paragraphs and Basic Text Structure

5.1.1General

The <text:h> and <text:p> elements represent headings and paragraphs, respectively.

Headings and paragraphs are collectively referred to as paragraph elements.

5.1.2<text:h>

The <text:h> element represents a heading in a document. Headings define the division structure for a document. A chapter or section begins with a heading and extends to the next heading at the same or higher level.

The <text:h> element is usable within the following elements: <draw:text-box> 10.4.3, <office:text> 3.4, <style:footer> 16.11, <style:footer-left> 16.13, <style:header> 16.10, <style:header-left> 16.12, <table:covered-table-cell> 9.1.5, <table:table-cell> 9.1.4, <text:deletion> 5.5.4, <text:index-body> 8.2.2, <text:index-title> 8.2.3, <text:list-header> 5.3.3, <text:list-item> 5.3.4, <text:note-body> 6.3.4, <text:numbered-paragraph> 5.3.6 and <text:section> 5.4.

The <text:h> element has the following attributes: text:class-names 19.770.2, text:cond-style-name 19.776, text:id 19.809.6, text:is-list-header 19.816, text:outline-level 19.844.4, text:restart-numbering 19.857, text:start-value 19.868.2, text:style-name 19.874.7, xhtml:about 19.905, xhtml:content 19.906, xhtml:datatype 19.907, xhtml:property 19.908 and xml:id 19.914.

The <text:h> element has the following child elements: <dr3d:scene> 10.5.2, <draw:a> 10.4.12, <draw:caption> 10.3.11, <draw:circle> 10.3.8, <draw:connector> 10.3.10, <draw:control> 10.3.13, <draw:custom-shape> 10.6.1, <draw:ellipse> 10.3.9, <draw:frame> 10.4.2, <draw:g> 10.3.15, <draw:line> 10.3.3, <draw:measure> 10.3.12, <draw:page-thumbnail> 10.3.14, <draw:path> 10.3.7, <draw:polygon> 10.3.5, <draw:polyline> 10.3.4, <draw:rect> 10.3.2, <draw:regular-polygon> 10.3.6, <office:annotation> 14.1, <office:annotation-end> 14.2, <presentation:date-time> 10.9.3.5, <presentation:footer> 10.9.3.3, <presentation:header> 10.9.3.1, <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:alphabetical-index-mark> 8.1.10, <text:alphabetical-index-mark-end> 8.1.9, <text:alphabetical-index-mark-start> 8.1.8, <text:author-initials> 7.3.7.2, <text:author-name> 7.3.7.1, <text:bibliography-mark> 8.1.11, <text:bookmark> 6.2.1.2, <text:bookmark-end> 6.2.1.4, <text:bookmark-ref> 7.7.6, <text:bookmark-start> 6.2.1.3, <text:change> 5.5.7.4, <text:change-end> 5.5.7.3, <text:change-start> 5.5.7.2, <text:chapter> 7.3.8, <text:character-count> 7.5.18.5, <text:conditional-text> 7.7.3, <text:creation-date> 7.5.3, <text:creation-time> 7.5.4, <text:creator> 7.5.17, <text:database-display> 7.6.3, <text:database-name> 7.6.7, <text:database-next> 7.6.4, <text:database-row-number> 7.6.6, <text:database-row-select> 7.6.5, <text:date> 7.3.2, <text:dde-connection> 7.7.12, <text:description> 7.5.5, <text:editing-cycles> 7.5.13, <text:editing-duration> 7.5.14, <text:execute-macro> 7.7.10, <text:expression> 7.4.14, <text:file-name> 7.3.9, <text:hidden-paragraph> 7.7.11, <text:hidden-text> 7.7.4, <text:image-count> 7.5.18.7, <text:initial-creator> 7.5.2, <text:keywords> 7.5.12, <text:line-break> 6.1.5, <text:measure> 7.7.13, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:modification-date> 7.5.16, <text:modification-time> 7.5.15, <text:note> 6.3.2, <text:note-ref> 7.7.7, <text:number> 6.1.10, <text:object-count> 7.5.18.8, <text:page-continuation> 7.3.5, <text:page-count> 7.5.18.2, <text:page-number> 7.3.4, <text:page-variable-get> 7.7.1.3, <text:page-variable-set> 7.7.1.2, <text:paragraph-count> 7.5.18.3, <text:placeholder> 7.7.2, <text:print-date> 7.5.8, <text:printed-by> 7.5.9, <text:print-time> 7.5.7, <text:reference-mark> 6.2.2.2, <text:reference-mark-end> 6.2.2.4, <text:reference-mark-start> 6.2.2.3, <text:reference-ref> 7.7.5, <text:ruby> 6.4, <text:s> 6.1.3, <text:script> 7.7.9, <text:sender-city> 7.3.6.13, <text:sender-company> 7.3.6.10, <text:sender-country> 7.3.6.15, <text:sender-email> 7.3.6.7, <text:sender-fax> 7.3.6.9, <text:sender-firstname> 7.3.6.2, <text:sender-initials> 7.3.6.4, <text:sender-lastname> 7.3.6.3, <text:sender-phone-private> 7.3.6.8, <text:sender-phone-work> 7.3.6.11, <text:sender-position> 7.3.6.6, <text:sender-postal-code> 7.3.6.14, <text:sender-state-or-province> 7.3.6.16, <text:sender-street> 7.3.6.12, <text:sender-title> 7.3.6.5, <text:sequence> 7.4.13, <text:sequence-ref> 7.7.8, <text:sheet-name> 7.3.11, <text:soft-page-break> 5.6, <text:span> 6.1.7, <text:subject> 7.5.11, <text:tab> 6.1.4, <text:table-count> 7.5.18.6, <text:table-formula> 7.7.14, <text:template-name> 7.3.10, <text:text-input> 7.4.15, <text:time> 7.3.3, <text:title> 7.5.10, <text:toc-mark> 8.1.4, <text:toc-mark-end> 8.1.3, <text:toc-mark-start> 8.1.2, <text:user-defined> 7.5.6, <text:user-field-get> 7.4.9, <text:user-field-input> 7.4.10, <text:user-index-mark> 8.1.7, <text:user-index-mark-end> 8.1.6, <text:user-index-mark-start> 8.1.5, <text:variable-get> 7.4.5, <text:variable-input> 7.4.6, <text:variable-set> 7.4.4 and <text:word-count> 7.5.18.4.

The <text:h> element has mixed content.

5.1.3<text:p>

The <text:p> element represents a paragraph, which is the basic unit of text in an OpenDocument file.

The <text:p> element is usable within the following elements: <chart:data-label> 11.14, <chart:equation> 11.18, <chart:footer> 11.2.3, <chart:label-separator> 17.24, <chart:legend> 11.3, <chart:subtitle> 11.2.2, <chart:title> 11.2.1, <draw:caption> 10.3.11, <draw:circle> 10.3.8, <draw:connector> 10.3.10, <draw:custom-shape> 10.6.1, <draw:ellipse> 10.3.9, <draw:image> 10.4.4, <draw:line> 10.3.3, <draw:measure> 10.3.12, <draw:path> 10.3.7, <draw:polygon> 10.3.5, <draw:polyline> 10.3.4, <draw:rect> 10.3.2, <draw:regular-polygon> 10.3.6, <draw:text-box> 10.4.3, <form:textarea> 13.5.3, <office:annotation> 14.1, <office:change-info> 5.5.6, <office:text> 3.4, <style:footer> 16.11, <style:footer-left> 16.13, <style:header> 16.10, <style:header-left> 16.12, <style:region-center> 16.15, <style:region-left> 16.14, <style:region-right> 16.16, <table:change-track-table-cell> 9.9.16, <table:covered-table-cell> 9.1.5, <table:error-message> 9.4.7, <table:help-message> 9.4.6, <table:table-cell> 9.1.4, <text:deletion> 5.5.4, <text:index-body> 8.2.2, <text:index-title> 8.2.3, <text:list-header> 5.3.3, <text:list-item> 5.3.4, <text:note-body> 6.3.4, <text:numbered-paragraph> 5.3.6 and <text:section> 5.4.

The <text:p> element has the following attributes: text:class-names 19.770.3, text:cond-style-name 19.776, text:id 19.809.8, text:style-name 19.874.29, xhtml:about 19.905, xhtml:content 19.906, xhtml:datatype 19.907, xhtml:property 19.908 and xml:id 19.914.

The <text:p> element has the following child elements: <dr3d:scene> 10.5.2, <draw:a> 10.4.12, <draw:caption> 10.3.11, <draw:circle> 10.3.8, <draw:connector> 10.3.10, <draw:control> 10.3.13, <draw:custom-shape> 10.6.1, <draw:ellipse> 10.3.9, <draw:frame> 10.4.2, <draw:g> 10.3.15, <draw:line> 10.3.3, <draw:measure> 10.3.12, <draw:page-thumbnail> 10.3.14, <draw:path> 10.3.7, <draw:polygon> 10.3.5, <draw:polyline> 10.3.4, <draw:rect> 10.3.2, <draw:regular-polygon> 10.3.6, <office:annotation> 14.1, <office:annotation-end> 14.2, <presentation:date-time> 10.9.3.5, <presentation:footer> 10.9.3.3, <presentation:header> 10.9.3.1, <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:alphabetical-index-mark> 8.1.10, <text:alphabetical-index-mark-end> 8.1.9, <text:alphabetical-index-mark-start> 8.1.8, <text:author-initials> 7.3.7.2, <text:author-name> 7.3.7.1, <text:bibliography-mark> 8.1.11, <text:bookmark> 6.2.1.2, <text:bookmark-end> 6.2.1.4, <text:bookmark-ref> 7.7.6, <text:bookmark-start> 6.2.1.3, <text:change> 5.5.7.4, <text:change-end> 5.5.7.3, <text:change-start> 5.5.7.2, <text:chapter> 7.3.8, <text:character-count> 7.5.18.5, <text:conditional-text> 7.7.3, <text:creation-date> 7.5.3, <text:creation-time> 7.5.4, <text:creator> 7.5.17, <text:database-display> 7.6.3, <text:database-name> 7.6.7, <text:database-next> 7.6.4, <text:database-row-number> 7.6.6, <text:database-row-select> 7.6.5, <text:date> 7.3.2, <text:dde-connection> 7.7.12, <text:description> 7.5.5, <text:editing-cycles> 7.5.13, <text:editing-duration> 7.5.14, <text:execute-macro> 7.7.10, <text:expression> 7.4.14, <text:file-name> 7.3.9, <text:hidden-paragraph> 7.7.11, <text:hidden-text> 7.7.4, <text:image-count> 7.5.18.7, <text:initial-creator> 7.5.2, <text:keywords> 7.5.12, <text:line-break> 6.1.5, <text:measure> 7.7.13, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:modification-date> 7.5.16, <text:modification-time> 7.5.15, <text:note> 6.3.2, <text:note-ref> 7.7.7, <text:object-count> 7.5.18.8, <text:page-continuation> 7.3.5, <text:page-count> 7.5.18.2, <text:page-number> 7.3.4, <text:page-variable-get> 7.7.1.3, <text:page-variable-set> 7.7.1.2, <text:paragraph-count> 7.5.18.3, <text:placeholder> 7.7.2, <text:print-date> 7.5.8, <text:printed-by> 7.5.9, <text:print-time> 7.5.7, <text:reference-mark> 6.2.2.2, <text:reference-mark-end> 6.2.2.4, <text:reference-mark-start> 6.2.2.3, <text:reference-ref> 7.7.5, <text:ruby> 6.4, <text:s> 6.1.3, <text:script> 7.7.9, <text:sender-city> 7.3.6.13, <text:sender-company> 7.3.6.10, <text:sender-country> 7.3.6.15, <text:sender-email> 7.3.6.7, <text:sender-fax> 7.3.6.9, <text:sender-firstname> 7.3.6.2, <text:sender-initials> 7.3.6.4, <text:sender-lastname> 7.3.6.3, <text:sender-phone-private> 7.3.6.8, <text:sender-phone-work> 7.3.6.11, <text:sender-position> 7.3.6.6, <text:sender-postal-code> 7.3.6.14, <text:sender-state-or-province> 7.3.6.16, <text:sender-street> 7.3.6.12, <text:sender-title> 7.3.6.5, <text:sequence> 7.4.13, <text:sequence-ref> 7.7.8, <text:sheet-name> 7.3.11, <text:soft-page-break> 5.6, <text:span> 6.1.7, <text:subject> 7.5.11, <text:tab> 6.1.4, <text:table-count> 7.5.18.6, <text:table-formula> 7.7.14, <text:template-name> 7.3.10, <text:text-input> 7.4.15, <text:time> 7.3.3, <text:title> 7.5.10, <text:toc-mark> 8.1.4, <text:toc-mark-end> 8.1.3, <text:toc-mark-start> 8.1.2, <text:user-defined> 7.5.6, <text:user-field-get> 7.4.9, <text:user-field-input> 7.4.10, <text:user-index-mark> 8.1.7, <text:user-index-mark-end> 8.1.6, <text:user-index-mark-start> 8.1.5, <text:variable-get> 7.4.5, <text:variable-input> 7.4.6, <text:variable-set> 7.4.4 and <text:word-count> 7.5.18.4.

The <text:p> element has mixed content.

5.2<text:page-sequence>

5.2.1General

The <text:page-sequence> element contains at least one <text:page> element. If there is more than one <text:page> element, the text:master-page-name attribute of the first <text:page> element specifies the default master style for a document.

The <text:page-sequence> element is usable within the following element: <office:text> 3.4.

The <text:page-sequence> element has no attributes.

The <text:page-sequence> element has the following child element: <text:page> 5.2.2.

5.2.2<text:page>

The <text:page> element represents a page in a <text:page-sequence> element.

The <text:page> element is usable within the following element: <text:page-sequence> 5.2.

The <text:page> element has the following attribute: text:master-page-name 19.833.

The <text:page> element has no child elements.

5.3Lists

5.3.1<text:list>

The <text:list> element represents a list. It may contain a <text:list-header> element, followed by any number of <text:list-item> elements.

Lists may be numbered. The numbering may be restarted with a specific numbering at each list item. Lists may also continue numbering from other lists in order to merge lists into a single, discontinuous list. Whether list numbering is displayed or not depends on the list style being used.

Every list has a list level, which is determined by the nesting of the <text:list> element that represents that list. If a list is not contained in another list, its list level is 1. If a list is contained within another list, the list level of the contained list is the list level of the list in which it is contained incremented by one. If a list is contained in a table cell or text box, its list level returns to 1, even if the table or text box is nested in another list.

Every list with a list level of 1 defines a list and the counter domain for its list items and any sub list of that list. Each sub list starts a counter for its list items and any sub list it may contain.

Every list, including sub lists, may have a list style which is applied to its list items and sub lists. A list style specified for a sub list overrides the list style specified for the list in which the sub list is contained.

The <text:list> element is usable within the following elements: <draw:caption> 10.3.11, <draw:circle> 10.3.8, <draw:connector> 10.3.10, <draw:custom-shape> 10.6.1, <draw:ellipse> 10.3.9, <draw:image> 10.4.4, <draw:line> 10.3.3, <draw:measure> 10.3.12, <draw:path> 10.3.7, <draw:polygon> 10.3.5, <draw:polyline> 10.3.4, <draw:rect> 10.3.2, <draw:regular-polygon> 10.3.6, <draw:text-box> 10.4.3, <office:annotation> 14.1, <office:text> 3.4, <style:footer> 16.11, <style:footer-left> 16.13, <style:header> 16.10, <style:header-left> 16.12, <table:covered-table-cell> 9.1.5, <table:table-cell> 9.1.4, <text:deletion> 5.5.4, <text:index-body> 8.2.2, <text:index-title> 8.2.3, <text:list-header> 5.3.3, <text:list-item> 5.3.4, <text:note-body> 6.3.4 and <text:section> 5.4.

The <text:list> element has the following attributes: text:continue-list 19.780, text:continue-numbering 19.781, text:style-name 19.874.22 and xml:id 19.914.

The <text:list> element has the following child elements: <text:list-header> 5.3.3 and <text:list-item> 5.3.4.

5.3.2Default List Style

If a list does not have a style:name attribute and therefore no list style is specified, one of the following actions is taken:

To determine which formatting properties are applied to a list, the list level and its style name are taken into account. 16.30.

5.3.3<text:list-header>

The <text:list-header> element represents a list header and is a type of list item. It contains one or more paragraphs that are displayed before a list. The paragraphs are formatted as list items but they do not have a preceding number or bullet.

The <text:list-header> element is usable within the following element: <text:list> 5.3.1.

The <text:list-header> element has the following attribute: xml:id 19.914.

The <text:list-header> element has the following child elements: <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:list> 5.3.1, <text:number> 6.1.10, <text:p> 5.1.3 and <text:soft-page-break> 5.6.

5.3.4<text:list-item>

The <text:list-item> element represents an item in a list.

The <text:list-item> element is usable within the following element: <text:list> 5.3.1.

The <text:list-item> element has the following attributes: text:start-value 19.868.3, text:style-override 19.875 and xml:id 19.914.

The <text:list-item> element has the following child elements: <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:list> 5.3.1, <text:number> 6.1.10, <text:p> 5.1.3 and <text:soft-page-break> 5.6.

5.3.5List Item Style Rules

The first line in a list item is preceded by a bullet or number, depending on the list style assigned to the list. If a list item starts another list and does not contain any text, no bullet or number is displayed.

The list style which is applied to a list need not contain a list level style for the list level the list item specifies. The following rules are applied to determine the list level style in this case

5.3.6<text:numbered-paragraph>

The <text:numbered-paragraph> element numbers an individual paragraph, as if it was part of a list at a specified level.

Note: Numbered paragraphs form an equivalent, alternative way of specifying lists. A list in <text:list> representation can be converted into a list in <text:numbered-paragraph> representation and vice versa.

A numbered paragraph can be assigned a list level. A numbered paragraph is equivalent to a list nested to the given level, containing one list item with one paragraph. If no level is given, the numbered paragraph is interpreted as being on level 1.

If a list style is not specified for a numbered paragraph, the list style of the previous numbered paragraph in the same sublist is used. If this paragraph is the first in the sublist, the list style of the previous paragraph in the higher list level is used. If there is no specified list style, the default list style is applied. 5.3.2

If a list level style is missing in the applied list style of a numbered paragraph, the same rules are applied to determine this list level style as for list items.

The text of a formatted number can be included in a <text:number> element.

Note: This text can be used by consumers that do not support numbering.

The <text:numbered-paragraph> element is usable within the following elements: <draw:text-box> 10.4.3, <office:text> 3.4, <table:covered-table-cell> 9.1.5, <table:table-cell> 9.1.4, <text:deletion> 5.5.4, <text:index-body> 8.2.2, <text:index-title> 8.2.3, <text:note-body> 6.3.4 and <text:section> 5.4.

The <text:numbered-paragraph> element has the following attributes: text:continue-numbering 19.781, text:level 19.828, text:list-id 19.829, text:start-value 19.868.6, text:style-name 19.874.25 and xml:id 19.914.

The <text:numbered-paragraph> element has the following child elements: <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:number> 6.1.10 and <text:p> 5.1.3.

5.3.7Numbered Paragraph Style Rules

If a list style is not specified for a numbered paragraph, the list style of the previous numbered paragraph in the same list is used. If this paragraph is the first in the list, the list style of the previous numbered paragraph in a higher list level is used. If there is no specified style available, the default style is applied. 5.3.2

If a list level style is missing in the applied list style of a numbered paragraph, the rules for styles on list items are applied. 5.3.5

5.4<text:section>

5.4.1General

The <text:section> element represents a named region of content in a document.

Sections specify formatting properties for a region of text or  text that is automatically acquired from an external data source or document, or another text section.

Sections support two ways of linking to external content. If a section is linked to another document, the link can be through one of the following:

The <text:section-source> or <office:dde-source> elements occur only in the alternative and then as the first child element of a <text:section> element.

A section that links to external content should contain a full representation of the external content that appears in the section.

Linked external content may have an arbitrary file format. Consumers may process links to external content *and the external content itself to update the content that appears in a section.

The <text:section> element is usable within the following elements: <draw:text-box> 10.4.3, <office:text> 3.4, <style:footer> 16.11, <style:footer-left> 16.13, <style:header> 16.10, <style:header-left> 16.12, <table:covered-table-cell> 9.1.5, <table:table-cell> 9.1.4, <text:deletion> 5.5.4, <text:index-body> 8.2.2, <text:index-title> 8.2.3, <text:note-body> 6.3.4 and <text:section> 5.4.

The <text:section> element has the following attributes: text:condition 19.777.7, text:display 19.796.6, text:name 19.835.14, text:protected 19.849, text:protection-key 19.850, text:protection-key-digest-algorithm 19.851, text:style-name 19.874.32 and xml:id 19.914.

The <text:section> element has the following child elements: <dr3d:scene> 10.5.2, <draw:a> 10.4.12, <draw:caption> 10.3.11, <draw:circle> 10.3.8, <draw:connector> 10.3.10, <draw:control> 10.3.13, <draw:custom-shape> 10.6.1, <draw:ellipse> 10.3.9, <draw:frame> 10.4.2, <draw:g> 10.3.15, <draw:line> 10.3.3, <draw:measure> 10.3.12, <draw:page-thumbnail> 10.3.14, <draw:path> 10.3.7, <draw:polygon> 10.3.5, <draw:polyline> 10.3.4, <draw:rect> 10.3.2, <draw:regular-polygon> 10.3.6, <office:dde-source> 14.6.5, <table:table> 9.1.2, <text:alphabetical-index> 8.8, <text:bibliography> 8.9, <text:change> 5.5.7.4, <text:change-end> 5.5.7.3, <text:change-start> 5.5.7.2, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:illustration-index> 8.4, <text:list> 5.3.1, <text:numbered-paragraph> 5.3.6, <text:object-index> 8.6, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:section> 5.4, <text:section-source> 5.4.2, <text:soft-page-break> 5.6, <text:table-index> 8.5, <text:table-of-content> 8.3 and <text:user-index> 8.7.

5.4.2<text:section-source>

The <text:section-source> element indicates that a section is a linked section.

The <text:section-source> element is usable within the following element: <text:section> 5.4.

The <text:section-source> element has the following attributes: text:filter-name 19.802, text:section-name 19.861, xlink:href 19.910.37, xlink:show 19.911 and xlink:type 19.913.

The <text:section-source> element has no child elements.

5.5Change Tracking

5.5.1<text:tracked-changes>

The <text:tracked-changes> element acts as a container for <text:changed-region> elements that represent changes in a certain scope of an OpenDocument document. This scope is the element in which the <text:tracked-changes> element occurs. Changes in this scope shall be tracked by <text:changed-region> elements contained in the <text:tracked-changes> element in this scope.

If a <text:tracked-changes> element is absent, there are no tracked changes in the corresponding scope. In this case, all change mark elements (5.5.7) in this scope shall be ignored.

The <text:tracked-changes> element is usable within the following elements: <office:text> 3.4, <style:footer> 16.11, <style:footer-left> 16.13, <style:header> 16.10 and <style:header-left> 16.12.

The <text:tracked-changes> element has the following attribute: text:track-changes 19.883.

The <text:tracked-changes> element has the following child element: <text:changed-region> 5.5.2.

5.5.2<text:changed-region>

Each <text:changed-region> element contains a single element, one of <text:insertion>, <text:deletion>, or <text:format-change> that corresponds to a change being tracked within the scope of the <text:tracked-changes> element that contains the <text:changed-region> instance.

The xml:id attribute of the <text:changed-region> is referenced from the <text:change>, <text:change-start> and <text:change-end> elements that identify where the change applies to markup in the scope of the <text:tracked-changes> element.

A <text:changed-region> can be referenced by more than one change, but the corresponding referencing change mark elements shall be of the same change type - insertion, format change or deletion.

The <text:changed-region> element is usable within the following element: <text:tracked-changes> 5.5.1.

The <text:changed-region> element has the following attributes: text:id 19.809.5 and xml:id 19.914.

The <text:changed-region> element has the following child elements: <text:deletion> 5.5.4, <text:format-change> 5.5.5 and <text:insertion> 5.5.3.

5.5.3<text:insertion>

The <text:insertion> element contains the information that identifies the person responsible for a change and the date of that change. This information may also contain one or more <text:p> elements which contains a comment on the insertion.

The <text:insertion> element's parent <text:changed-region> element has an xml:id or text:id attribute, the value of which binds that parent element to the text:change-id attribute on the <text:change-start> and <text:change-end> elements.

The <text:insertion> element is usable within the following element: <text:changed-region> 5.5.2.

The <text:insertion> element has no attributes.

The <text:insertion> element has the following child element: <office:change-info> 5.5.6.

5.5.4<text:deletion>

The <text:deletion> element contains information that identifies the person responsible for a deletion and the date of that deletion. This information may also contain one or more <text:p> elements which contains a comment on the deletion. The <text:deletion> element may also contain content that was deleted while change tracking was enabled. The position where the text was deleted is marked by a <text:change> element.

Deleted text is contained in a paragraph element. To reconstruct the original text, the paragraph containing the deleted text is merged with its surrounding paragraph or heading element.

To reconstruct the text before a deletion took place:

The <text:deletion> element is usable within the following element: <text:changed-region> 5.5.2.

The <text:deletion> element has no attributes.

The <text:deletion> element has the following child elements: <dr3d:scene> 10.5.2, <draw:a> 10.4.12, <draw:caption> 10.3.11, <draw:circle> 10.3.8, <draw:connector> 10.3.10, <draw:control> 10.3.13, <draw:custom-shape> 10.6.1, <draw:ellipse> 10.3.9, <draw:frame> 10.4.2, <draw:g> 10.3.15, <draw:line> 10.3.3, <draw:measure> 10.3.12, <draw:page-thumbnail> 10.3.14, <draw:path> 10.3.7, <draw:polygon> 10.3.5, <draw:polyline> 10.3.4, <draw:rect> 10.3.2, <draw:regular-polygon> 10.3.6, <office:change-info> 5.5.6, <table:table> 9.1.2, <text:alphabetical-index> 8.8, <text:bibliography> 8.9, <text:change> 5.5.7.4, <text:change-end> 5.5.7.3, <text:change-start> 5.5.7.2, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:illustration-index> 8.4, <text:list> 5.3.1, <text:numbered-paragraph> 5.3.6, <text:object-index> 8.6, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:section> 5.4, <text:soft-page-break> 5.6, <text:table-index> 8.5, <text:table-of-content> 8.3 and <text:user-index> 8.7.

5.5.5<text:format-change>

The <text:format-change> element represents any change in formatting attributes. The region where the change took place is marked by <text:change-start>, <text:change-end> or <text:change> elements.

Note: This element does not contain formatting changes that have taken place.

The <text:format-change> element is usable within the following element: <text:changed-region> 5.5.2.

The <text:format-change> element has no attributes.

The <text:format-change> element has the following child element: <office:change-info> 5.5.6.

5.5.6<office:change-info>

The <office:change-info> element represents who made a change and when. It may also contain a comment (one or more <text:p> elements) on the change.

The <office:change-info> element is usable within the following elements: <table:cell-content-change> 9.9.17, <table:deletion> 9.9.9, <table:insertion> 9.9.3, <table:movement> 9.9.13, <text:deletion> 5.5.4, <text:format-change> 5.5.5 and <text:insertion> 5.5.3.

The <office:change-info> element has no attributes.

The <office:change-info> element has the following child elements: <dc:creator> 4.3.2.7, <dc:date> 4.3.2.10 and <text:p> 5.1.3.

5.5.7Change Marks

5.5.7.1General

The change mark elements mark start, end and positions in a text where a change has occurred.

These elements use the text:change-id attribute to link to <text:changed-region> elements that contain the change information.

5.5.7.2<text:change-start>

 The <text:change-start> element marks the start of a region with content where text has been inserted or the format has been changed.

The <text:change-start> element is usable within the following elements: <draw:text-box> 10.4.3, <office:text> 3.4, <style:footer> 16.11, <style:footer-left> 16.13, <style:header> 16.10, <style:header-left> 16.12, <table:covered-table-cell> 9.1.5, <table:table-cell> 9.1.4, <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:deletion> 5.5.4, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:index-body> 8.2.2, <text:index-title> 8.2.3, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:note-body> 6.3.4, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2, <text:section> 5.4 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:change-start> element has the following attribute: text:change-id 19.766.

The <text:change-start> element has no child elements.

5.5.7.3<text:change-end>

The <text:change-end> element marks the end of a region with content where text has been inserted or the format has been changed.

The <text:change-end> element is usable within the following elements: <draw:text-box> 10.4.3, <office:text> 3.4, <style:footer> 16.11, <style:footer-left> 16.13, <style:header> 16.10, <style:header-left> 16.12, <table:covered-table-cell> 9.1.5, <table:table-cell> 9.1.4, <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:deletion> 5.5.4, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:index-body> 8.2.2, <text:index-title> 8.2.3, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:note-body> 6.3.4, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2, <text:section> 5.4 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:change-end> element has the following attribute: text:change-id 19.766.

The <text:change-end> element has no child elements.

5.5.7.4<text:change>

The <text:change> element marks a position in an empty region where text has been deleted.

The <text:change> element is usable within the following elements: <draw:text-box> 10.4.3, <office:text> 3.4, <style:footer> 16.11, <style:footer-left> 16.13, <style:header> 16.10, <style:header-left> 16.12, <table:covered-table-cell> 9.1.5, <table:table-cell> 9.1.4, <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:deletion> 5.5.4, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:index-body> 8.2.2, <text:index-title> 8.2.3, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:note-body> 6.3.4, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2, <text:section> 5.4 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:change> element has the following attribute: text:change-id 19.766.

The <text:change> element has no child elements.

5.6<text:soft-page-break>

The <text:soft-page-break> element represents a soft page break within or between paragraph elements.

As a child element of a <table:table> element it represents a soft page break between two table rows. It may appear in front of a <table:table-row> element.

The <text:soft-page-break> element is usable within the following elements: <draw:text-box> 10.4.3, <office:text> 3.4, <table:covered-table-cell> 9.1.5, <table:table> 9.1.2, <table:table-cell> 9.1.4, <table:table-header-rows> 9.1.7, <table:table-row-group> 9.1.9, <table:table-rows> 9.1.8, <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:deletion> 5.5.4, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:index-body> 8.2.2, <text:index-title> 8.2.3, <text:list-header> 5.3.3, <text:list-item> 5.3.4, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:note-body> 6.3.4, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2, <text:section> 5.4 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:soft-page-break> element has no attributes.

The <text:soft-page-break> element has no child elements.

5.7Document Declarations

The following declaration elements appear before the main content element of a document:

6Paragraph Elements Content

6.1Basic Text Content

6.1.1General

The paragraph elements <text:p> and <text:h> and their descendant elements contain the text content of any document. The character content of a paragraph consists of the character data of the paragraph element and the character data of its descendant elements concatenated in document order, with the following exceptions:

 Character data contained in the following elements or their descendant elements are not included in the character content of a paragraph:

Note: This should significantly ease transformations into other formats, since transformations need not interpret most of the descendant elements of a paragraph element to obtain the character content of a paragraph.

The phrase "document order" when used with reference to an OpenDocument document instance is defined by Section 5.0 Data Model [XPath].

6.1.2White Space Characters

Consumers shall collapse white space characters that occur in

Collapsing white space characters is defined by the following algorithm:

  1. 1)The following [UNICODE] characters are replaced by a “ “ (U+0020, SPACE) character: 

  2. 2)The character data of the paragraph element and of all descendant elements for which the OpenDocument schema permits the inclusion of character data for the element itself and all its ancestor elements up to the paragraph element, is concatenated in document order. 

  3. 3)Leading “ “ (U+0020, SPACE) characters at the start of the resulting text and trailing SPACE characters at the end of the resulting text are removed. 

  4. 4)Sequences of “ “ (U+0020, SPACE) characters are replaced by a single “ “ (U+0020, SPACE) character.  

6.1.3<text:s>

The <text:s> element is used to represent the [UNICODE] character “ “ (U+0020, SPACE).

This element shall be used to represent the second and all following “ “ (U+0020, SPACE) characters in a sequence of “ “ (U+0020, SPACE) characters.

Note: It is not an error if the character preceding the element is not a white space character, but it is good practice to use this element only for the second and all following “ “ (U+0020, SPACE) characters in a sequence.

The <text:s> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:s> element has the following attribute: text:c 19.763.

The <text:s> element has no child elements.

6.1.4<text:tab>

The <text:tab> element represents the [UNICODE] tab character (HORIZONTAL TABULATION, U+0009). A <text:tab> element specifies that content immediately following it should begin at the next tab stop.

The <text:tab> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:tab> element has the following attribute: text:tab-ref 19.877.

The <text:tab> element has no child elements.

6.1.5<text:line-break>

The <text:line-break> element represents a line break.

The <text:line-break> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:line-break> element has no attributes.

The <text:line-break> element has no child elements.

6.1.6Soft Hyphens, Hyphens, and Non-breaking Spaces

Soft hyphens, hyphens, and non-breaking blanks are represented by [UNICODE] characters.

Table 8 - Unicode characters

The [UNICODE] character...

Represents...

SOFT HYPHEN (U+00AD)

soft hyphens

NON-BREAKING HYPHEN (U+2011)

non-breaking hyphens

NO-BREAK SPACE (U+00A0)

non-breaking spaces

6.1.7<text:span>

The <text:span> element represents the application of a style to the character data of a portion of text. The content of this element is the text which uses that text style.

The <text:span> element can be nested.

White space characters contained in this element are collapsed.

The <text:span> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:span> element has the following attributes: text:class-names 19.770.4 and text:style-name 19.874.33.

The <text:span> element has the following child elements: <dr3d:scene> 10.5.2, <draw:a> 10.4.12, <draw:caption> 10.3.11, <draw:circle> 10.3.8, <draw:connector> 10.3.10, <draw:control> 10.3.13, <draw:custom-shape> 10.6.1, <draw:ellipse> 10.3.9, <draw:frame> 10.4.2, <draw:g> 10.3.15, <draw:line> 10.3.3, <draw:measure> 10.3.12, <draw:page-thumbnail> 10.3.14, <draw:path> 10.3.7, <draw:polygon> 10.3.5, <draw:polyline> 10.3.4, <draw:rect> 10.3.2, <draw:regular-polygon> 10.3.6, <office:annotation> 14.1, <office:annotation-end> 14.2, <presentation:date-time> 10.9.3.5, <presentation:footer> 10.9.3.3, <presentation:header> 10.9.3.1, <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:alphabetical-index-mark> 8.1.10, <text:alphabetical-index-mark-end> 8.1.9, <text:alphabetical-index-mark-start> 8.1.8, <text:author-initials> 7.3.7.2, <text:author-name> 7.3.7.1, <text:bibliography-mark> 8.1.11, <text:bookmark> 6.2.1.2, <text:bookmark-end> 6.2.1.4, <text:bookmark-ref> 7.7.6, <text:bookmark-start> 6.2.1.3, <text:change> 5.5.7.4, <text:change-end> 5.5.7.3, <text:change-start> 5.5.7.2, <text:chapter> 7.3.8, <text:character-count> 7.5.18.5, <text:conditional-text> 7.7.3, <text:creation-date> 7.5.3, <text:creation-time> 7.5.4, <text:creator> 7.5.17, <text:database-display> 7.6.3, <text:database-name> 7.6.7, <text:database-next> 7.6.4, <text:database-row-number> 7.6.6, <text:database-row-select> 7.6.5, <text:date> 7.3.2, <text:dde-connection> 7.7.12, <text:description> 7.5.5, <text:editing-cycles> 7.5.13, <text:editing-duration> 7.5.14, <text:execute-macro> 7.7.10, <text:expression> 7.4.14, <text:file-name> 7.3.9, <text:hidden-paragraph> 7.7.11, <text:hidden-text> 7.7.4, <text:image-count> 7.5.18.7, <text:initial-creator> 7.5.2, <text:keywords> 7.5.12, <text:line-break> 6.1.5, <text:measure> 7.7.13, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:modification-date> 7.5.16, <text:modification-time> 7.5.15, <text:note> 6.3.2, <text:note-ref> 7.7.7, <text:object-count> 7.5.18.8, <text:page-continuation> 7.3.5, <text:page-count> 7.5.18.2, <text:page-number> 7.3.4, <text:page-variable-get> 7.7.1.3, <text:page-variable-set> 7.7.1.2, <text:paragraph-count> 7.5.18.3, <text:placeholder> 7.7.2, <text:print-date> 7.5.8, <text:printed-by> 7.5.9, <text:print-time> 7.5.7, <text:reference-mark> 6.2.2.2, <text:reference-mark-end> 6.2.2.4, <text:reference-mark-start> 6.2.2.3, <text:reference-ref> 7.7.5, <text:ruby> 6.4, <text:s> 6.1.3, <text:script> 7.7.9, <text:sender-city> 7.3.6.13, <text:sender-company> 7.3.6.10, <text:sender-country> 7.3.6.15, <text:sender-email> 7.3.6.7, <text:sender-fax> 7.3.6.9, <text:sender-firstname> 7.3.6.2, <text:sender-initials> 7.3.6.4, <text:sender-lastname> 7.3.6.3, <text:sender-phone-private> 7.3.6.8, <text:sender-phone-work> 7.3.6.11, <text:sender-position> 7.3.6.6, <text:sender-postal-code> 7.3.6.14, <text:sender-state-or-province> 7.3.6.16, <text:sender-street> 7.3.6.12, <text:sender-title> 7.3.6.5, <text:sequence> 7.4.13, <text:sequence-ref> 7.7.8, <text:sheet-name> 7.3.11, <text:soft-page-break> 5.6, <text:span> 6.1.7, <text:subject> 7.5.11, <text:tab> 6.1.4, <text:table-count> 7.5.18.6, <text:table-formula> 7.7.14, <text:template-name> 7.3.10, <text:text-input> 7.4.15, <text:time> 7.3.3, <text:title> 7.5.10, <text:toc-mark> 8.1.4, <text:toc-mark-end> 8.1.3, <text:toc-mark-start> 8.1.2, <text:user-defined> 7.5.6, <text:user-field-get> 7.4.9, <text:user-field-input> 7.4.10, <text:user-index-mark> 8.1.7, <text:user-index-mark-end> 8.1.6, <text:user-index-mark-start> 8.1.5, <text:variable-get> 7.4.5, <text:variable-input> 7.4.6, <text:variable-set> 7.4.4 and <text:word-count> 7.5.18.4.

The <text:span> element has mixed content.

6.1.8<text:a>

The <text:a> element represents a hyperlink.

The anchor of a hyperlink is composed of the character data contained by the <text:a> element and any of its descendant elements which constitute the character data of the paragraph which contains the <text:a> element. 6.1.1

The <text:a> element is usable within the following elements: <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:a> element has the following attributes: office:name 19.376.9, office:target-frame-name 19.381, office:title 19.383, text:style-name 19.874.2, text:visited-style-name 19.901, xlink:actuate 19.909, xlink:href 19.910.33, xlink:show 19.911 and xlink:type 19.913.

The <text:a> element has the following child elements: <dr3d:scene> 10.5.2, <draw:a> 10.4.12, <draw:caption> 10.3.11, <draw:circle> 10.3.8, <draw:connector> 10.3.10, <draw:control> 10.3.13, <draw:custom-shape> 10.6.1, <draw:ellipse> 10.3.9, <draw:frame> 10.4.2, <draw:g> 10.3.15, <draw:line> 10.3.3, <draw:measure> 10.3.12, <draw:page-thumbnail> 10.3.14, <draw:path> 10.3.7, <draw:polygon> 10.3.5, <draw:polyline> 10.3.4, <draw:rect> 10.3.2, <draw:regular-polygon> 10.3.6, <office:annotation> 14.1, <office:annotation-end> 14.2, <office:event-listeners> 10.3.19, <presentation:date-time> 10.9.3.5, <presentation:footer> 10.9.3.3, <presentation:header> 10.9.3.1, <text:alphabetical-index-mark> 8.1.10, <text:alphabetical-index-mark-end> 8.1.9, <text:alphabetical-index-mark-start> 8.1.8, <text:author-initials> 7.3.7.2, <text:author-name> 7.3.7.1, <text:bibliography-mark> 8.1.11, <text:bookmark> 6.2.1.2, <text:bookmark-end> 6.2.1.4, <text:bookmark-ref> 7.7.6, <text:bookmark-start> 6.2.1.3, <text:change> 5.5.7.4, <text:change-end> 5.5.7.3, <text:change-start> 5.5.7.2, <text:chapter> 7.3.8, <text:character-count> 7.5.18.5, <text:conditional-text> 7.7.3, <text:creation-date> 7.5.3, <text:creation-time> 7.5.4, <text:creator> 7.5.17, <text:database-display> 7.6.3, <text:database-name> 7.6.7, <text:database-next> 7.6.4, <text:database-row-number> 7.6.6, <text:database-row-select> 7.6.5, <text:date> 7.3.2, <text:dde-connection> 7.7.12, <text:description> 7.5.5, <text:editing-cycles> 7.5.13, <text:editing-duration> 7.5.14, <text:execute-macro> 7.7.10, <text:expression> 7.4.14, <text:file-name> 7.3.9, <text:hidden-paragraph> 7.7.11, <text:hidden-text> 7.7.4, <text:image-count> 7.5.18.7, <text:initial-creator> 7.5.2, <text:keywords> 7.5.12, <text:line-break> 6.1.5, <text:measure> 7.7.13, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:modification-date> 7.5.16, <text:modification-time> 7.5.15, <text:note> 6.3.2, <text:note-ref> 7.7.7, <text:object-count> 7.5.18.8, <text:page-continuation> 7.3.5, <text:page-count> 7.5.18.2, <text:page-number> 7.3.4, <text:page-variable-get> 7.7.1.3, <text:page-variable-set> 7.7.1.2, <text:paragraph-count> 7.5.18.3, <text:placeholder> 7.7.2, <text:print-date> 7.5.8, <text:printed-by> 7.5.9, <text:print-time> 7.5.7, <text:reference-mark> 6.2.2.2, <text:reference-mark-end> 6.2.2.4, <text:reference-mark-start> 6.2.2.3, <text:reference-ref> 7.7.5, <text:ruby> 6.4, <text:s> 6.1.3, <text:script> 7.7.9, <text:sender-city> 7.3.6.13, <text:sender-company> 7.3.6.10, <text:sender-country> 7.3.6.15, <text:sender-email> 7.3.6.7, <text:sender-fax> 7.3.6.9, <text:sender-firstname> 7.3.6.2, <text:sender-initials> 7.3.6.4, <text:sender-lastname> 7.3.6.3, <text:sender-phone-private> 7.3.6.8, <text:sender-phone-work> 7.3.6.11, <text:sender-position> 7.3.6.6, <text:sender-postal-code> 7.3.6.14, <text:sender-state-or-province> 7.3.6.16, <text:sender-street> 7.3.6.12, <text:sender-title> 7.3.6.5, <text:sequence> 7.4.13, <text:sequence-ref> 7.7.8, <text:sheet-name> 7.3.11, <text:soft-page-break> 5.6, <text:span> 6.1.7, <text:subject> 7.5.11, <text:tab> 6.1.4, <text:table-count> 7.5.18.6, <text:table-formula> 7.7.14, <text:template-name> 7.3.10, <text:text-input> 7.4.15, <text:time> 7.3.3, <text:title> 7.5.10, <text:toc-mark> 8.1.4, <text:toc-mark-end> 8.1.3, <text:toc-mark-start> 8.1.2, <text:user-defined> 7.5.6, <text:user-field-get> 7.4.9, <text:user-field-input> 7.4.10, <text:user-index-mark> 8.1.7, <text:user-index-mark-end> 8.1.6, <text:user-index-mark-start> 8.1.5, <text:variable-get> 7.4.5, <text:variable-input> 7.4.6, <text:variable-set> 7.4.4 and <text:word-count> 7.5.18.4.

The <text:a> element has mixed content.

6.1.9<text:meta>

The <text:meta> element represents portions of text that have in content metadata attached. See 19.905.

The <text:meta> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:meta> element has the following attributes: xhtml:about 19.905, xhtml:content 19.906, xhtml:datatype 19.907, xhtml:property 19.908 and xml:id 19.914.

The <text:meta> element has the following child elements: <dr3d:scene> 10.5.2, <draw:a> 10.4.12, <draw:caption> 10.3.11, <draw:circle> 10.3.8, <draw:connector> 10.3.10, <draw:control> 10.3.13, <draw:custom-shape> 10.6.1, <draw:ellipse> 10.3.9, <draw:frame> 10.4.2, <draw:g> 10.3.15, <draw:line> 10.3.3, <draw:measure> 10.3.12, <draw:page-thumbnail> 10.3.14, <draw:path> 10.3.7, <draw:polygon> 10.3.5, <draw:polyline> 10.3.4, <draw:rect> 10.3.2, <draw:regular-polygon> 10.3.6, <office:annotation> 14.1, <office:annotation-end> 14.2, <presentation:date-time> 10.9.3.5, <presentation:footer> 10.9.3.3, <presentation:header> 10.9.3.1, <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:alphabetical-index-mark> 8.1.10, <text:alphabetical-index-mark-end> 8.1.9, <text:alphabetical-index-mark-start> 8.1.8, <text:author-initials> 7.3.7.2, <text:author-name> 7.3.7.1, <text:bibliography-mark> 8.1.11, <text:bookmark> 6.2.1.2, <text:bookmark-end> 6.2.1.4, <text:bookmark-ref> 7.7.6, <text:bookmark-start> 6.2.1.3, <text:change> 5.5.7.4, <text:change-end> 5.5.7.3, <text:change-start> 5.5.7.2, <text:chapter> 7.3.8, <text:character-count> 7.5.18.5, <text:conditional-text> 7.7.3, <text:creation-date> 7.5.3, <text:creation-time> 7.5.4, <text:creator> 7.5.17, <text:database-display> 7.6.3, <text:database-name> 7.6.7, <text:database-next> 7.6.4, <text:database-row-number> 7.6.6, <text:database-row-select> 7.6.5, <text:date> 7.3.2, <text:dde-connection> 7.7.12, <text:description> 7.5.5, <text:editing-cycles> 7.5.13, <text:editing-duration> 7.5.14, <text:execute-macro> 7.7.10, <text:expression> 7.4.14, <text:file-name> 7.3.9, <text:hidden-paragraph> 7.7.11, <text:hidden-text> 7.7.4, <text:image-count> 7.5.18.7, <text:initial-creator> 7.5.2, <text:keywords> 7.5.12, <text:line-break> 6.1.5, <text:measure> 7.7.13, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:modification-date> 7.5.16, <text:modification-time> 7.5.15, <text:note> 6.3.2, <text:note-ref> 7.7.7, <text:object-count> 7.5.18.8, <text:page-continuation> 7.3.5, <text:page-count> 7.5.18.2, <text:page-number> 7.3.4, <text:page-variable-get> 7.7.1.3, <text:page-variable-set> 7.7.1.2, <text:paragraph-count> 7.5.18.3, <text:placeholder> 7.7.2, <text:print-date> 7.5.8, <text:printed-by> 7.5.9, <text:print-time> 7.5.7, <text:reference-mark> 6.2.2.2, <text:reference-mark-end> 6.2.2.4, <text:reference-mark-start> 6.2.2.3, <text:reference-ref> 7.7.5, <text:ruby> 6.4, <text:s> 6.1.3, <text:script> 7.7.9, <text:sender-city> 7.3.6.13, <text:sender-company> 7.3.6.10, <text:sender-country> 7.3.6.15, <text:sender-email> 7.3.6.7, <text:sender-fax> 7.3.6.9, <text:sender-firstname> 7.3.6.2, <text:sender-initials> 7.3.6.4, <text:sender-lastname> 7.3.6.3, <text:sender-phone-private> 7.3.6.8, <text:sender-phone-work> 7.3.6.11, <text:sender-position> 7.3.6.6, <text:sender-postal-code> 7.3.6.14, <text:sender-state-or-province> 7.3.6.16, <text:sender-street> 7.3.6.12, <text:sender-title> 7.3.6.5, <text:sequence> 7.4.13, <text:sequence-ref> 7.7.8, <text:sheet-name> 7.3.11, <text:soft-page-break> 5.6, <text:span> 6.1.7, <text:subject> 7.5.11, <text:tab> 6.1.4, <text:table-count> 7.5.18.6, <text:table-formula> 7.7.14, <text:template-name> 7.3.10, <text:text-input> 7.4.15, <text:time> 7.3.3, <text:title> 7.5.10, <text:toc-mark> 8.1.4, <text:toc-mark-end> 8.1.3, <text:toc-mark-start> 8.1.2, <text:user-defined> 7.5.6, <text:user-field-get> 7.4.9, <text:user-field-input> 7.4.10, <text:user-index-mark> 8.1.7, <text:user-index-mark-end> 8.1.6, <text:user-index-mark-start> 8.1.5, <text:variable-get> 7.4.5, <text:variable-input> 7.4.6, <text:variable-set> 7.4.4 and <text:word-count> 7.5.18.4.

The <text:meta> element has mixed content.

6.1.10<text:number>

The <text:number> element contains the text of a formatted number which is present when a list style is applied to an element whose corresponding list level style specifies that the list label is a number. This text may be used by consumers that do not support the automatic generation of numbering but should be ignored by consumers that do support it.

This element has no attributes.

The <text:number> element is usable within the following elements: <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:list-header> 5.3.3, <text:list-item> 5.3.4 and <text:numbered-paragraph> 5.3.6.

The <text:number> element has no attributes.

The <text:number> element has no child elements.

The <text:number> element has content of data type string 18.2.

6.2Bookmarks and References

6.2.1Bookmarks

6.2.1.1General

Bookmarks can either mark a text position or a text range. A text position is a position inside the text content of a document. A text range starts at any text position and ends at another text position.

Bookmarks which mark a text range support overlapping references.

6.2.1.2<text:bookmark>

The <text:bookmark> element marks a text position.

The <text:bookmark> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:bookmark> element has the following attributes: text:name 19.835.4 and xml:id 19.914.

The <text:bookmark> element has no child elements.

6.2.1.3<text:bookmark-start>

The <text:bookmark-start> element marks the start position of a bookmark in a text range.

For every <text:bookmark-start> element, there shall be a <text:bookmark-end> element in the same document using the same value for the text:name attribute. Every <text:bookmark-start> element shall precede the <text:bookmark-end> element with the same value for its text:name attribute.

The <text:bookmark-start> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:bookmark-start> element has the following attributes: text:name 19.835.6, xhtml:about 19.905, xhtml:content 19.906, xhtml:datatype 19.907, xhtml:property 19.908 and xml:id 19.914.

The <text:bookmark-start> element has no child elements.

6.2.1.4<text:bookmark-end>

The <text:bookmark-end> element marks the end position of a bookmark in a text range.

For every <text:bookmark-end> element, there shall be a preceding <text:bookmark-start> element in the same document using the same value for the text:name attribute.

The <text:bookmark-end> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:bookmark-end> element has the following attribute: text:name 19.835.5.

The <text:bookmark-end> element has no child elements.

6.2.2References

6.2.2.1General

There are two types of reference marks:

Every reference is identified by the value of its text:name attribute, which shall be unique. In a range reference, the start and end elements shall use the same attribute value.

Range references support overlapping references.

6.2.2.2<text:reference-mark>

The <text:reference-mark> element represents a point reference.

The <text:reference-mark> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:reference-mark> element has the following attribute: text:name 19.835.11.

The <text:reference-mark> element has no child elements.

6.2.2.3<text:reference-mark-start>

The <text:reference-mark-start> element represent the start of a range reference.

The <text:reference-mark-start> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:reference-mark-start> element has the following attribute: text:name 19.835.13.

The <text:reference-mark-start> element has no child elements.

6.2.2.4<text:reference-mark-end>

The <text:reference-mark-end> element represent the end of a range reference.

The <text:reference-mark-end> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:reference-mark-end> element has the following attribute: text:name 19.835.12.

The <text:reference-mark-end> element has no child elements.

6.3Notes

6.3.1General

Notes consist of a <text:note> element which occurs in the text stream at the position to which the note is anchored. The numbering and rendering of notes is specified by a <text:notes-configuration> element, which occurs inside an <office:styles> element.

6.3.2<text:note>

The <text:note> element represents text notes which are attached to a text position.

The <text:note> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:note> element has the following attributes: text:id 19.809.7 and text:note-class 19.837.

The <text:note> element has the following child elements: <text:note-body> 6.3.4 and <text:note-citation> 6.3.3.

6.3.3<text:note-citation>

The <text:note-citation> element contains a citation, either as a formatted number or a string.

The <text:note-citation> element is usable within the following element: <text:note> 6.3.2.

The <text:note-citation> element has the following attribute: text:label 19.826.

The <text:note-citation> element has no child elements.

The <text:note-citation> element has character data content.

6.3.4<text:note-body>

The <text:note-body> element contains the content of a note. It does not have any attributes.

Note: The schema allows for the inclusion of notes into the note body. While this may be reasonable for note types, it is not reasonable for footnotes and endnotes. Conforming consumers need not support notes inside notes.

The <text:note-body> element is usable within the following element: <text:note> 6.3.2.

The <text:note-body> element has no attributes.

The <text:note-body> element has the following child elements: <dr3d:scene> 10.5.2, <draw:a> 10.4.12, <draw:caption> 10.3.11, <draw:circle> 10.3.8, <draw:connector> 10.3.10, <draw:control> 10.3.13, <draw:custom-shape> 10.6.1, <draw:ellipse> 10.3.9, <draw:frame> 10.4.2, <draw:g> 10.3.15, <draw:line> 10.3.3, <draw:measure> 10.3.12, <draw:page-thumbnail> 10.3.14, <draw:path> 10.3.7, <draw:polygon> 10.3.5, <draw:polyline> 10.3.4, <draw:rect> 10.3.2, <draw:regular-polygon> 10.3.6, <table:table> 9.1.2, <text:alphabetical-index> 8.8, <text:bibliography> 8.9, <text:change> 5.5.7.4, <text:change-end> 5.5.7.3, <text:change-start> 5.5.7.2, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:illustration-index> 8.4, <text:list> 5.3.1, <text:numbered-paragraph> 5.3.6, <text:object-index> 8.6, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:section> 5.4, <text:soft-page-break> 5.6, <text:table-index> 8.5, <text:table-of-content> 8.3 and <text:user-index> 8.7.

6.4<text:ruby>

6.4.1General

A ruby is additional text that is displayed above or below a base text. The purpose of a ruby is to annotate a base text or provide information about its pronunciation.

The <text:ruby> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:ruby> element has the following attribute: text:style-name 19.874.30.

The <text:ruby> element has the following child elements: <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:ruby-text> 6.4.3.

6.4.2<text:ruby-base>

The <text:ruby-base> element contains the text that is to be annotated. It contains any paragraph element content, like text spans. The element's text:style-name attribute references a ruby style that specifies formatting attributes of the ruby.

The <text:ruby-base> element is usable within the following element: <text:ruby> 6.4.

The <text:ruby-base> element has no attributes.

The <text:ruby-base> element has the following child elements: <dr3d:scene> 10.5.2, <draw:a> 10.4.12, <draw:caption> 10.3.11, <draw:circle> 10.3.8, <draw:connector> 10.3.10, <draw:control> 10.3.13, <draw:custom-shape> 10.6.1, <draw:ellipse> 10.3.9, <draw:frame> 10.4.2, <draw:g> 10.3.15, <draw:line> 10.3.3, <draw:measure> 10.3.12, <draw:page-thumbnail> 10.3.14, <draw:path> 10.3.7, <draw:polygon> 10.3.5, <draw:polyline> 10.3.4, <draw:rect> 10.3.2, <draw:regular-polygon> 10.3.6, <office:annotation> 14.1, <office:annotation-end> 14.2, <presentation:date-time> 10.9.3.5, <presentation:footer> 10.9.3.3, <presentation:header> 10.9.3.1, <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:alphabetical-index-mark> 8.1.10, <text:alphabetical-index-mark-end> 8.1.9, <text:alphabetical-index-mark-start> 8.1.8, <text:author-initials> 7.3.7.2, <text:author-name> 7.3.7.1, <text:bibliography-mark> 8.1.11, <text:bookmark> 6.2.1.2, <text:bookmark-end> 6.2.1.4, <text:bookmark-ref> 7.7.6, <text:bookmark-start> 6.2.1.3, <text:change> 5.5.7.4, <text:change-end> 5.5.7.3, <text:change-start> 5.5.7.2, <text:chapter> 7.3.8, <text:character-count> 7.5.18.5, <text:conditional-text> 7.7.3, <text:creation-date> 7.5.3, <text:creation-time> 7.5.4, <text:creator> 7.5.17, <text:database-display> 7.6.3, <text:database-name> 7.6.7, <text:database-next> 7.6.4, <text:database-row-number> 7.6.6, <text:database-row-select> 7.6.5, <text:date> 7.3.2, <text:dde-connection> 7.7.12, <text:description> 7.5.5, <text:editing-cycles> 7.5.13, <text:editing-duration> 7.5.14, <text:execute-macro> 7.7.10, <text:expression> 7.4.14, <text:file-name> 7.3.9, <text:hidden-paragraph> 7.7.11, <text:hidden-text> 7.7.4, <text:image-count> 7.5.18.7, <text:initial-creator> 7.5.2, <text:keywords> 7.5.12, <text:line-break> 6.1.5, <text:measure> 7.7.13, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:modification-date> 7.5.16, <text:modification-time> 7.5.15, <text:note> 6.3.2, <text:note-ref> 7.7.7, <text:object-count> 7.5.18.8, <text:page-continuation> 7.3.5, <text:page-count> 7.5.18.2, <text:page-number> 7.3.4, <text:page-variable-get> 7.7.1.3, <text:page-variable-set> 7.7.1.2, <text:paragraph-count> 7.5.18.3, <text:placeholder> 7.7.2, <text:print-date> 7.5.8, <text:printed-by> 7.5.9, <text:print-time> 7.5.7, <text:reference-mark> 6.2.2.2, <text:reference-mark-end> 6.2.2.4, <text:reference-mark-start> 6.2.2.3, <text:reference-ref> 7.7.5, <text:ruby> 6.4, <text:s> 6.1.3, <text:script> 7.7.9, <text:sender-city> 7.3.6.13, <text:sender-company> 7.3.6.10, <text:sender-country> 7.3.6.15, <text:sender-email> 7.3.6.7, <text:sender-fax> 7.3.6.9, <text:sender-firstname> 7.3.6.2, <text:sender-initials> 7.3.6.4, <text:sender-lastname> 7.3.6.3, <text:sender-phone-private> 7.3.6.8, <text:sender-phone-work> 7.3.6.11, <text:sender-position> 7.3.6.6, <text:sender-postal-code> 7.3.6.14, <text:sender-state-or-province> 7.3.6.16, <text:sender-street> 7.3.6.12, <text:sender-title> 7.3.6.5, <text:sequence> 7.4.13, <text:sequence-ref> 7.7.8, <text:sheet-name> 7.3.11, <text:soft-page-break> 5.6, <text:span> 6.1.7, <text:subject> 7.5.11, <text:tab> 6.1.4, <text:table-count> 7.5.18.6, <text:table-formula> 7.7.14, <text:template-name> 7.3.10, <text:text-input> 7.4.15, <text:time> 7.3.3, <text:title> 7.5.10, <text:toc-mark> 8.1.4, <text:toc-mark-end> 8.1.3, <text:toc-mark-start> 8.1.2, <text:user-defined> 7.5.6, <text:user-field-get> 7.4.9, <text:user-field-input> 7.4.10, <text:user-index-mark> 8.1.7, <text:user-index-mark-end> 8.1.6, <text:user-index-mark-start> 8.1.5, <text:variable-get> 7.4.5, <text:variable-input> 7.4.6, <text:variable-set> 7.4.4 and <text:word-count> 7.5.18.4.

The <text:ruby-base> element has mixed content.

6.4.3<text:ruby-text>

The <text:ruby-text> element contains an annotation text. It may contain only plain text. The element's text:style-name attribute references a text style that specifies further formatting attributes used for the annotation text.

The <text:ruby-text> element is usable within the following element: <text:ruby> 6.4.

The <text:ruby-text> element has the following attribute: text:style-name 19.874.31.

The <text:ruby-text> element has no child elements.

The <text:ruby-text> element has character data content.

7Text Fields

7.1General

OpenDocument text documents or OpenDocument text content embedded in other types of documents may contain variable text elements called fields. Fields are commonly used for:

7.2Common Characteristics of Field Elements

Each field type is represented by a corresponding element type. The content of an element is a textual representation of the current field value as it would be displayed or printed.

The value of a field is stored in an attribute. Storage of the value enables recalculation of the presentation of a field.

Note: For string values, if a value is identical to a presentation, the value attribute can be omitted to avoid duplicate storage of information.

The presentation of information in a field is determined by the style applied to the field.

7.3Document Fields

7.3.1General

OpenDocument fields display information about the current document or about a specific part of the current document.,

7.3.2<text:date>

The <text:date> element displays a date, by default this is the current date. The date can be adjusted to display a date other than the current date.

The <text:date> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:date> element has the following attributes: style:data-style-name 19.469.7, text:date-adjust 19.792, text:date-value 19.793 and text:fixed 19.803.

The <text:date> element has no child elements.

The <text:date> element has character data content.

7.3.3<text:time>

The <text:time> element displays a time, by default this is the current time.

The <text:time> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:time> element has the following attributes: style:data-style-name 19.469.16, text:fixed 19.803, text:time-adjust 19.880 and text:time-value 19.881.

The <text:time> element has no child elements.

The <text:time> element has character data content.

7.3.4<text:page-number>

The <text:page-number> element displays the current page number.

If a number style is not specified for page numbers, the default is the number style of the current page style.

Note: The <text:page-count> element displays the total number of pages in a document. 7.5.18.2

The <text:page-number> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:page-number> element has the following attributes: style:num-format 19.500, style:num-letter-sync 19.501, text:fixed 19.803, text:page-adjust 19.845.2 and text:select-page 19.863.3.

The <text:page-number> element has no child elements.

The <text:page-number> element has character data content.

7.3.5<text:page-continuation>

The <text:page-continuation> element displays a continuation reminder printed at the bottom of the page in addition to the page number.

The <text:page-continuation> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:page-continuation> element has the following attributes: text:select-page 19.863.2 and text:string-value 19.871.4.

The <text:page-continuation> element has no child elements.

The <text:page-continuation> element has character data content.

7.3.6Subsequent Author Fields

7.3.6.1General

Subsequent author fields capture information about second and following authors for a document.

Note: In OpenDocument 1.0/1.1, these fields were referenced as “sender” fields and that terminology still appears in the names of these elements.

If a subsequent author field is marked fixed using the text:fixed attribute, the original information in that field is preserved. 19.803 Otherwise, the information is updated each time the file is edited.

7.3.6.2<text:sender-firstname>

The <text:sender-firstname> element represents the first name of a subsequent author.

The <text:sender-firstname> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:sender-firstname> element has the following attribute: text:fixed 19.803.

The <text:sender-firstname> element has no child elements.

The <text:sender-firstname> element has character data content.

7.3.6.3<text:sender-lastname>

The <text:sender-lastname> element represents the last name of a subsequent author.

The <text:sender-lastname> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:sender-lastname> element has the following attribute: text:fixed 19.803.

The <text:sender-lastname> element has no child elements.

The <text:sender-lastname> element has character data content.

7.3.6.4<text:sender-initials>

The <text:sender-initials> element represents the initials of a subsequent author.

The <text:sender-initials> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:sender-initials> element has the following attribute: text:fixed 19.803.

The <text:sender-initials> element has no child elements.

The <text:sender-initials> element has character data content.

7.3.6.5<text:sender-title>

The <text:sender-title> element represents the title of a subsequent author.

The <text:sender-title> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:sender-title> element has the following attribute: text:fixed 19.803.

The <text:sender-title> element has no child elements.

The <text:sender-title> element has character data content.

7.3.6.6<text:sender-position>

The <text:sender-position> element represents the position of a subsequent author.

The <text:sender-position> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:sender-position> element has the following attribute: text:fixed 19.803.

The <text:sender-position> element has no child elements.

The <text:sender-position> element has character data content.

7.3.6.7<text:sender-email>

The <text:sender-email> element represents the email address of a subsequent author.

The <text:sender-email> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:sender-email> element has the following attribute: text:fixed 19.803.

The <text:sender-email> element has no child elements.

The <text:sender-email> element has character data content.

7.3.6.8<text:sender-phone-private>

The <text:sender-phone-private> element represents the private telephone number of a subsequent author.

The <text:sender-phone-private> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:sender-phone-private> element has the following attribute: text:fixed 19.803.

The <text:sender-phone-private> element has no child elements.

The <text:sender-phone-private> element has character data content.

7.3.6.9<text:sender-fax>

The <text:sender-fax> element represents the facsimile number of a subsequent author.

The <text:sender-fax> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:sender-fax> element has the following attribute: text:fixed 19.803.

The <text:sender-fax> element has no child elements.

The <text:sender-fax> element has character data content.

7.3.6.10<text:sender-company>

The <text:sender-company> element represents the name of the company that employs a subsequent author.

The <text:sender-company> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:sender-company> element has the following attribute: text:fixed 19.803.

The <text:sender-company> element has no child elements.

The <text:sender-company> element has character data content.

7.3.6.11<text:sender-phone-work>

The <text:sender-phone-work> element represents the office telephone number of a subsequent author.

The <text:sender-phone-work> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:sender-phone-work> element has the following attribute: text:fixed 19.803.

The <text:sender-phone-work> element has no child elements.

The <text:sender-phone-work> element has character data content.

7.3.6.12<text:sender-street>

The <text:sender-street> element represents the street address of a subsequent author.

The <text:sender-street> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:sender-street> element has the following attribute: text:fixed 19.803.

The <text:sender-street> element has no child elements.

The <text:sender-street> element has character data content.

7.3.6.13<text:sender-city>

The <text:sender-city> element represents the city name of the address of a subsequent author.

The <text:sender-city> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:sender-city> element has the following attribute: text:fixed 19.803.

The <text:sender-city> element has no child elements.

The <text:sender-city> element has character data content.

7.3.6.14<text:sender-postal-code>

The <text:sender-postal-code> element represents the postal code of the address of a subsequent author.

The <text:sender-postal-code> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:sender-postal-code> element has the following attribute: text:fixed 19.803.

The <text:sender-postal-code> element has no child elements.

The <text:sender-postal-code> element has character data content.

7.3.6.15<text:sender-country>

The <text:sender-country> element represents the country name of the address of a subsequent author.

The <text:sender-country> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:sender-country> element has the following attribute: text:fixed 19.803.

The <text:sender-country> element has no child elements.

The <text:sender-country> element has character data content.

7.3.6.16<text:sender-state-or-province>

The <text:sender-state-or-province> element represents the state or province name of the address of a subsequent author, if applicable.

The <text:sender-state-or-province> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:sender-state-or-province> element has the following attribute: text:fixed 19.803.

The <text:sender-state-or-province> element has no child elements.

The <text:sender-state-or-province> element has character data content.

7.3.7Author Fields

7.3.7.1<text:author-name>

The <text:author-name> element represents the full name of the author of a document.

The <text:author-name> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:author-name> element has the following attribute: text:fixed 19.803.

The <text:author-name> element has no child elements.

The <text:author-name> element has character data content.

7.3.7.2<text:author-initials>

The <text:author-initials> element represents the initials of the author of a document.

The <text:author-initials> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:author-initials> element has the following attribute: text:fixed 19.803.

The <text:author-initials> element has no child elements.

The <text:author-initials> element has character data content.

7.3.8<text:chapter>

The <text:chapter> element represents a field that displays one of the following:

If this element is placed inside a header or footer, it displays the current chapter name or number on every page.

The <text:chapter> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:chapter> element has the following attributes: text:display 19.796.2 and text:outline-level 19.844.3.

The <text:chapter> element has no child elements.

The <text:chapter> element has character data content.

7.3.9<text:file-name>

The <text:file-name> element represents a field that displays the name of a file that is being edited.

The <text:file-name> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:file-name> element has the following attributes: text:display 19.796.4 and text:fixed 19.803.

The <text:file-name> element has no child elements.

The <text:file-name> element has character data content.

7.3.10<text:template-name>

The <text:template-name> element represents a field that displays information about the document template in use.

The <text:template-name> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:template-name> element has the following attribute: text:display 19.796.8.

The <text:template-name> element has no child elements.

The <text:template-name> element has character data content.

7.3.11<text:sheet-name>

The <text:sheet-name> element displays represents the name of a sheet that is currently being edited in a Spreadsheet document.

The <text:sheet-name> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:sheet-name> element has no attributes.

The <text:sheet-name> element has no child elements.

The <text:sheet-name> element has character data content.

7.4Variable Fields

7.4.1General

OpenDocument documents can contain variables, which are processed or displayed using variable fields. In an OpenDocument file, variable declarations shall precede in document order any use of those variable declarations.

There are three types of variables:

The value of a sequence variable is initialized to 0 (zero) by its declaration.

Variables shall be declared before they can be used. The OpenDocument elements for declaring variables are described in sections 7.4.3, 7.4.8 and 7.4.12.

The display of variables is determined by styles which are specified by the element that defines the variable.

7.4.2<text:variable-decls>

The <text:variable-decls> element is a container for <text:variable-decl> elements.

The <text:variable-decls> element is usable within the following elements: <office:chart> 3.8, <office:drawing> 3.5, <office:presentation> 3.6, <office:spreadsheet> 3.7, <office:text> 3.4, <style:footer> 16.11, <style:footer-left> 16.13, <style:header> 16.10 and <style:header-left> 16.12.

The <text:variable-decls> element has no attributes.

The <text:variable-decls> element has the following child element: <text:variable-decl> 7.4.3.

7.4.3<text:variable-decl>

The <text:variable-decl> element is used to declare simple variables. This element specifies the name and the value type of a variable.

The <text:variable-decl> element is usable within the following element: <text:variable-decls> 7.4.2.

The <text:variable-decl> element has the following attributes: office:value-type 19.385 and text:name 19.835.25.

The <text:variable-decl> element has no child elements.

7.4.4<text:variable-set>

The <text:variable-set> element represents a simple variable.

The <text:variable-set> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:variable-set> element has the following attributes: office:boolean-value 19.367, office:currency 19.369, office:date-value 19.370, office:string-value 19.379, office:time-value 19.382, office:value 19.384, office:value-type 19.385, style:data-style-name 19.469.22, text:display 19.796.12, text:formula 19.805 and text:name 19.835.24.

The <text:variable-set> element has no child elements.

The <text:variable-set> element has character data content.

7.4.5<text:variable-get>

The <text:variable-get> element sets the display of the value of a simple variable. The value of this element is the value of the last preceding <text:variable-set> element with an identical value for its text:name attribute.

If there is no preceding <text:variable-set> element with an identical value for its text:name attribute the value of a <text:variable-get> field is undefined.

The <text:variable-get> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:variable-get> element has the following attributes: style:data-style-name 19.469.20, text:display 19.796.10 and text:name 19.835.26.

The <text:variable-get> element has no child elements.

The <text:variable-get> element has character data content.

7.4.6<text:variable-input>

The <text:variable-input> element represents user supplied variable values. This element can be empty if its text:display attribute is set to none.

The <text:variable-input> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:variable-input> element has the following attributes: office:value-type 19.385, style:data-style-name 19.469.21, text:description 19.795, text:display 19.796.11 and text:name 19.835.27.

The <text:variable-input> element has no child elements.

The <text:variable-input> element has character data content.

7.4.7<text:user-field-decls>

The <text:user-field-decls> element is a container for <text:user-field-decl> elements.

The <text:user-field-decls> element is usable within the following elements: <office:chart> 3.8, <office:drawing> 3.5, <office:presentation> 3.6, <office:spreadsheet> 3.7, <office:text> 3.4, <style:footer> 16.11, <style:footer-left> 16.13, <style:header> 16.10 and <style:header-left> 16.12.

The <text:user-field-decls> element has no attributes.

The <text:user-field-decls> element has the following child element: <text:user-field-decl> 7.4.8.

7.4.8<text:user-field-decl>

The <text:user-field-decl> element is used to specify user variable values that are displayed using the <text:user-field-get> element.

The <text:user-field-decl> element is usable within the following element: <text:user-field-decls> 7.4.7.

The <text:user-field-decl> element has the following attributes: office:boolean-value 19.367, office:currency 19.369, office:date-value 19.370, office:string-value 19.379, office:time-value 19.382, office:value 19.384, office:value-type 19.385, text:formula 19.805 and text:name 19.835.20.

The <text:user-field-decl> element has no child elements.

7.4.9<text:user-field-get>

The <text:user-field-get> element displays the content of a user variable. The value of this element is the value of a <text:user-field-decl> element with a text:name attribute value that matches the text:name attribute of this element.

The <text:user-field-get> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:user-field-get> element has the following attributes: style:data-style-name 19.469.18, text:display 19.796.9 and text:name 19.835.21.

The <text:user-field-get> element has no child elements.

The <text:user-field-get> element has character data content.

7.4.10<text:user-field-input>

The <text:user-field-input> element is an alternative method of displaying user variables. The value of this element is the value of a <text:user-field-decl> element with a text:name attribute value that matches the text:name attribute of this element.

This element can be empty if the text:display attribute is set to none.

The <text:user-field-input> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:user-field-input> element has the following attributes: style:data-style-name 19.469.19, text:description 19.795 and text:name 19.835.22.

The <text:user-field-input> element has no child elements.

The <text:user-field-input> element has character data content.

7.4.11<text:sequence-decls>

The <text:sequence-decls> element is a container for <text:sequence-decl> elements.

The <text:sequence-decls> element is usable within the following elements: <office:chart> 3.8, <office:drawing> 3.5, <office:presentation> 3.6, <office:spreadsheet> 3.7, <office:text> 3.4, <style:footer> 16.11, <style:footer-left> 16.13, <style:header> 16.10 and <style:header-left> 16.12.

The <text:sequence-decls> element has no attributes.

The <text:sequence-decls> element has the following child element: <text:sequence-decl> 7.4.12.

7.4.12<text:sequence-decl>

The <text:sequence-decl> element is used to declare sequence variables used to number items within an OpenDocument text document.

Note: Sequence variables are commonly used for sequential numbering. However, expression formulas can be included in sequence fields to support more advanced sequences.

The <text:sequence-decl> element is usable within the following element: <text:sequence-decls> 7.4.11.

The <text:sequence-decl> element has the following attributes: text:display-outline-level 19.798, text:name 19.835.16 and text:separation-character 19.864.

The <text:sequence-decl> element has no child elements.

7.4.13<text:sequence>

A <text:sequence> element specifies a sequence field.

A sequence field changes the value of a sequence variable by a specified formula and displays the changed value of the sequence variable in a specified format.

Note: Sequence variables and fields are used to number repeating document elements such as pages, tables or images. In such cases, the formula could be: "sequenceVariableName + 1." A sequence variable can be set to a specific value or not changed at all.

The <text:sequence> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:sequence> element has the following attributes: style:num-format 19.500, style:num-letter-sync 19.501, text:formula 19.805, text:name 19.835.15 and text:ref-name 19.853.5.

The <text:sequence> element has no child elements.

The <text:sequence> element has character data content.

7.4.14<text:expression>

The <text:expression> element represents expressions that are evaluated and the resulting value displayed.

The <text:expression> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:expression> element has the following attributes: office:boolean-value 19.367, office:currency 19.369, office:date-value 19.370, office:string-value 19.379, office:time-value 19.382, office:value 19.384, office:value-type 19.385, style:data-style-name 19.469.9, text:display 19.796.3 and text:formula 19.805.

The <text:expression> element has no child elements.

The <text:expression> element has character data content.

7.4.15<text:text-input>

The <text:text-input> element is a text input field. A text input field is used in a user interface to prompt a user to input text. This text is stored and displayed as the content of this element until it is replaced by a user.

The <text:text-input> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:text-input> element has the following attribute: text:description 19.795.

The <text:text-input> element has no child elements.

The <text:text-input> element has character data content.

7.5Metadata Fields

7.5.1General

Metadata field elements display meta information about a document.

All metadata field elements can be marked as fixed using the text:fixed attribute. 19.803

7.5.2<text:initial-creator>

The <text:initial-creator> element displays the value contained by the <meta:initial-creator> element of a document. 4.3.2.6

The <text:initial-creator> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:initial-creator> element has the following attribute: text:fixed 19.803.

The <text:initial-creator> element has no child elements.

The <text:initial-creator> element has character data content.

7.5.3<text:creation-date>

The <text:creation-date> element displays the value contained by the <meta:creation-date> element of a document. 4.3.2.9

The <text:creation-date> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:creation-date> element has the following attributes: style:data-style-name 19.469.4, text:date-value 19.793 and text:fixed 19.803.

The <text:creation-date> element has no child elements.

The <text:creation-date> element has character data content.

7.5.4<text:creation-time>

The <text:creation-time> element represents the time at which a document was created.

The <text:creation-time> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:creation-time> element has the following attributes: style:data-style-name 19.469.5, text:fixed 19.803 and text:time-value 19.881.

The <text:creation-time> element has no child elements.

The <text:creation-time> element has character data content.

7.5.5<text:description>

The <text:description> element displays the content contained by the <dc:description> element of a document. 4.3.2.3

The <text:description> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:description> element has the following attribute: text:fixed 19.803.

The <text:description> element has no child elements.

The <text:description> element has character data content.

7.5.6<text:user-defined>

The <text:user-defined> element displays the value contained by a <meta:user-defined> element of a document. 4.3.3

Note: The link between a <text:user-defined> element and a <meta:user-defined> element is established by the text:name and meta:name attributes, respectively, containing the same value.

The <text:user-defined> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:user-defined> element has the following attributes: office:boolean-value 19.367, office:date-value 19.370, office:string-value 19.379, office:time-value 19.382, office:value 19.384, style:data-style-name 19.469.17, text:fixed 19.803 and text:name 19.835.19.

The <text:user-defined> element has no child elements.

The <text:user-defined> element has character data content.

7.5.7<text:print-time>

The <text:print-time> element represents the time at which a document was last printed.

The <text:print-time> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:print-time> element has the following attributes: style:data-style-name 19.469.14, text:fixed 19.803 and text:time-value 19.881.

The <text:print-time> element has no child elements.

The <text:print-time> element has character data content.

7.5.8<text:print-date>

The <text:print-date> element displays the value contained by the <meta:print-date> element of a document. 4.3.2.11

The <text:print-date> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:print-date> element has the following attributes: style:data-style-name 19.469.13, text:date-value 19.793 and text:fixed 19.803.

The <text:print-date> element has no child elements.

The <text:print-date> element has character data content.

7.5.9<text:printed-by>

The <text:printed-by> element displays the value contained by the <meta:printed-by> element of a document. 4.3.2.8

The <text:printed-by> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:printed-by> element has the following attribute: text:fixed 19.803.

The <text:printed-by> element has no child elements.

The <text:printed-by> element has character data content.

7.5.10<text:title>

The <text:title> element displays the value contained by the <dc:title> element of a document. 4.3.2.2

The <text:title> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:title> element has the following attribute: text:fixed 19.803.

The <text:title> element has no child elements.

The <text:title> element has character data content.

7.5.11<text:subject>

The <text:subject> element displays the values contained by the <dc:subject> element of a document. 4.3.2.4

The <text:subject> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:subject> element has the following attribute: text:fixed 19.803.

The <text:subject> element has no child elements.

The <text:subject> element has character data content.

7.5.12<text:keywords>

The <text:keywords> element displays a list of keywords contained in the <meta:keyword> elements of a document.

The format of a list of keywords is implementation-dependent.

The <text:keywords> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:keywords> element has the following attribute: text:fixed 19.803.

The <text:keywords> element has no child elements.

The <text:keywords> element has character data content.

7.5.13<text:editing-cycles>

The <text:editing-cycles> element displays the value contained by the <meta:editing-cycles> element of a document. 4.3.2.16

The <text:editing-cycles> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:editing-cycles> element has the following attribute: text:fixed 19.803.

The <text:editing-cycles> element has no child elements.

The <text:editing-cycles> element has character data content.

7.5.14<text:editing-duration>

The <text:editing-duration> element displays the value contained by the <meta:editing-duration> element of a document.

The <text:editing-duration> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:editing-duration> element has the following attributes: style:data-style-name 19.469.8, text:duration 19.799 and text:fixed 19.803.

The <text:editing-duration> element has no child elements.

The <text:editing-duration> element has character data content.

7.5.15<text:modification-time>

The <text:modification-time> element represents the time at which a document was last modified.

This element displays the time information portion of the value of the <dc:date> element.

The <text:modification-time> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:modification-time> element has the following attributes: style:data-style-name 19.469.12, text:fixed 19.803 and text:time-value 19.881.

The <text:modification-time> element has no child elements.

The <text:modification-time> element has character data content.

7.5.16<text:modification-date>

The <text:modification-date> element displays the value contained by the <dc:date> element of a document. 4.3.2.10

The <text:modification-date> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:modification-date> element has the following attributes: style:data-style-name 19.469.11, text:date-value 19.793 and text:fixed 19.803.

The <text:modification-date> element has no child elements.

The <text:modification-date> element has character data content.

7.5.17<text:creator>

The <text:creator> element displays the value contained by the <dc:creator> element of a document. 4.3.2.7

The <text:creator> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:creator> element has the following attribute: text:fixed 19.803.

The <text:creator> element has no child elements.

The <text:creator> element has character data content.

7.5.18Document Statistics Fields

7.5.18.1General

The contents of <text:word-count> and <text:character-count> elements are locale specific and are not defined by OpenDocument.

7.5.18.2<text:page-count>

The <text:page-count> element displays the value of the meta:page-count attribute of the <meta:document-statistic> element of a document. 19.332

The <text:page-count> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:page-count> element has the following attributes: style:num-format 19.500 and style:num-letter-sync 19.501.

The <text:page-count> element has no child elements.

The <text:page-count> element has character data content.

7.5.18.3<text:paragraph-count>

The <text:paragraph-count> element displays the value of the meta:paragraph-count attribute of the <meta:document-statistic> element of a document. 19.333

The <text:paragraph-count> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:paragraph-count> element has the following attributes: style:num-format 19.500 and style:num-letter-sync 19.501.

The <text:paragraph-count> element has no child elements.

The <text:paragraph-count> element has character data content.

7.5.18.4<text:word-count>

The <text:word-count> element displays the value of the meta:word-count attribute of the <meta:document-statistic> element of a document. 19.339

The <text:word-count> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:word-count> element has the following attributes: style:num-format 19.500 and style:num-letter-sync 19.501.

The <text:word-count> element has no child elements.

The <text:word-count> element has character data content.

7.5.18.5<text:character-count>

The <text:character-count> element displays the value of the meta:character-count attribute of the <meta:document-statistic> element of a document. 19.322

The <text:character-count> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:character-count> element has the following attributes: style:num-format 19.500 and style:num-letter-sync 19.501.

The <text:character-count> element has no child elements.

The <text:character-count> element has character data content.

7.5.18.6<text:table-count>

The <text:table-count> element displays the value of the meta:table-count attribute of the <meta:document-statistic> element of a document. 19.337

The <text:table-count> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:table-count> element has the following attributes: style:num-format 19.500 and style:num-letter-sync 19.501.

The <text:table-count> element has no child elements.

The <text:table-count> element has character data content.

7.5.18.7<text:image-count>

The <text:image-count> element displays the value of the meta:image-count attribute of the <meta:document-statistic> element of a document. 19.327

The <text:image-count> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:image-count> element has the following attributes: style:num-format 19.500 and style:num-letter-sync 19.501.

The <text:image-count> element has no child elements.

The <text:image-count> element has character data content.

7.5.18.8<text:object-count>

The <text:object-count> element displays the value of the meta:object-count attribute of the <meta:document-statistic> element of a document. 19.330

The <text:object-count> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:object-count> element has the following attributes: style:num-format 19.500 and style:num-letter-sync 19.501.

The <text:object-count> element has no child elements.

The <text:object-count> element has character data content.

7.5.19<text:meta-field>

 

The <text:meta-field> element represents content from a metadata source. The mixed content of this element should be generated from the metadata source. The source of the metadata and the means of generation of the mixed content is implementation-dependent. The <text:meta-field> element may contain any paragraph content.

Note: Alterations of the element's mixed content may be lost if the mixed content is subsequently refreshed from a metadata source.

The <text:meta-field> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:meta-field> element has the following attributes: style:data-style-name 19.469.10 and xml:id 19.914.

The <text:meta-field> element has the following child elements: <dr3d:scene> 10.5.2, <draw:a> 10.4.12, <draw:caption> 10.3.11, <draw:circle> 10.3.8, <draw:connector> 10.3.10, <draw:control> 10.3.13, <draw:custom-shape> 10.6.1, <draw:ellipse> 10.3.9, <draw:frame> 10.4.2, <draw:g> 10.3.15, <draw:line> 10.3.3, <draw:measure> 10.3.12, <draw:page-thumbnail> 10.3.14, <draw:path> 10.3.7, <draw:polygon> 10.3.5, <draw:polyline> 10.3.4, <draw:rect> 10.3.2, <draw:regular-polygon> 10.3.6, <office:annotation> 14.1, <office:annotation-end> 14.2, <presentation:date-time> 10.9.3.5, <presentation:footer> 10.9.3.3, <presentation:header> 10.9.3.1, <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:alphabetical-index-mark> 8.1.10, <text:alphabetical-index-mark-end> 8.1.9, <text:alphabetical-index-mark-start> 8.1.8, <text:author-initials> 7.3.7.2, <text:author-name> 7.3.7.1, <text:bibliography-mark> 8.1.11, <text:bookmark> 6.2.1.2, <text:bookmark-end> 6.2.1.4, <text:bookmark-ref> 7.7.6, <text:bookmark-start> 6.2.1.3, <text:change> 5.5.7.4, <text:change-end> 5.5.7.3, <text:change-start> 5.5.7.2, <text:chapter> 7.3.8, <text:character-count> 7.5.18.5, <text:conditional-text> 7.7.3, <text:creation-date> 7.5.3, <text:creation-time> 7.5.4, <text:creator> 7.5.17, <text:database-display> 7.6.3, <text:database-name> 7.6.7, <text:database-next> 7.6.4, <text:database-row-number> 7.6.6, <text:database-row-select> 7.6.5, <text:date> 7.3.2, <text:dde-connection> 7.7.12, <text:description> 7.5.5, <text:editing-cycles> 7.5.13, <text:editing-duration> 7.5.14, <text:execute-macro> 7.7.10, <text:expression> 7.4.14, <text:file-name> 7.3.9, <text:hidden-paragraph> 7.7.11, <text:hidden-text> 7.7.4, <text:image-count> 7.5.18.7, <text:initial-creator> 7.5.2, <text:keywords> 7.5.12, <text:line-break> 6.1.5, <text:measure> 7.7.13, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:modification-date> 7.5.16, <text:modification-time> 7.5.15, <text:note> 6.3.2, <text:note-ref> 7.7.7, <text:object-count> 7.5.18.8, <text:page-continuation> 7.3.5, <text:page-count> 7.5.18.2, <text:page-number> 7.3.4, <text:page-variable-get> 7.7.1.3, <text:page-variable-set> 7.7.1.2, <text:paragraph-count> 7.5.18.3, <text:placeholder> 7.7.2, <text:print-date> 7.5.8, <text:printed-by> 7.5.9, <text:print-time> 7.5.7, <text:reference-mark> 6.2.2.2, <text:reference-mark-end> 6.2.2.4, <text:reference-mark-start> 6.2.2.3, <text:reference-ref> 7.7.5, <text:ruby> 6.4, <text:s> 6.1.3, <text:script> 7.7.9, <text:sender-city> 7.3.6.13, <text:sender-company> 7.3.6.10, <text:sender-country> 7.3.6.15, <text:sender-email> 7.3.6.7, <text:sender-fax> 7.3.6.9, <text:sender-firstname> 7.3.6.2, <text:sender-initials> 7.3.6.4, <text:sender-lastname> 7.3.6.3, <text:sender-phone-private> 7.3.6.8, <text:sender-phone-work> 7.3.6.11, <text:sender-position> 7.3.6.6, <text:sender-postal-code> 7.3.6.14, <text:sender-state-or-province> 7.3.6.16, <text:sender-street> 7.3.6.12, <text:sender-title> 7.3.6.5, <text:sequence> 7.4.13, <text:sequence-ref> 7.7.8, <text:sheet-name> 7.3.11, <text:soft-page-break> 5.6, <text:span> 6.1.7, <text:subject> 7.5.11, <text:tab> 6.1.4, <text:table-count> 7.5.18.6, <text:table-formula> 7.7.14, <text:template-name> 7.3.10, <text:text-input> 7.4.15, <text:time> 7.3.3, <text:title> 7.5.10, <text:toc-mark> 8.1.4, <text:toc-mark-end> 8.1.3, <text:toc-mark-start> 8.1.2, <text:user-defined> 7.5.6, <text:user-field-get> 7.4.9, <text:user-field-input> 7.4.10, <text:user-index-mark> 8.1.7, <text:user-index-mark-end> 8.1.6, <text:user-index-mark-start> 8.1.5, <text:variable-get> 7.4.5, <text:variable-input> 7.4.6, <text:variable-set> 7.4.4 and <text:word-count> 7.5.18.4.

The <text:meta-field> element has mixed content.

7.6Database Fields

7.6.1General

Documents can reference databases and display database information as text content. To display database information, the OpenDocument schema uses a group of text fields, collectively called database fields. Consumers may use database tables from SQL servers, therefore database fields can be used to access any SQL database, provided that the appropriate drivers are available.

A database may contain the following components:

Database fields operate on a set of database rows, the so called current selection, which is either a database table, or the result of a database query. The current selection is determined by the data source information that is contained in database fields. The current selection is retrieved once per document and data source, regardless of the number of database fields that are associated with a data source.

Database fields display data contained in a particular database row within the current selection. The row within the current selection is controlled by database fields and is known as the current row.

7.6.2<form:connection-resource>

The <form:connection-resource> element specifies a source database.

The <form:connection-resource> element is usable within the following elements: <form:form> 13.3, <text:database-display> 7.6.3, <text:database-name> 7.6.7, <text:database-next> 7.6.4, <text:database-row-number> 7.6.6 and <text:database-row-select> 7.6.5.

The <form:connection-resource> element has the following attribute: xlink:href 19.910.20.

The <form:connection-resource> element has no child elements.

7.6.3<text:database-display>

The <text:database-display> element represents data from the current database row.

The <text:database-display> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:database-display> element has the following attributes: style:data-style-name 19.469.6, text:column-name 19.771, text:database-name 19.791, text:table-name 19.878 and text:table-type 19.879.

The <text:database-display> element has the following child element: <form:connection-resource> 7.6.2.

The <text:database-display> element has character data content.

7.6.4<text:database-next>

The <text:database-next> element selects the database row following the one currently displayed in a <text:database-display> field.

The <text:database-next> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:database-next> element has the following attributes: text:condition 19.777.3, text:database-name 19.791, text:table-name 19.878 and text:table-type 19.879.

The <text:database-next> element has the following child element: <form:connection-resource> 7.6.2.

7.6.5<text:database-row-select>

The <text:database-row-select> element selects a specific row from a current selection.

The <text:database-row-select> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:database-row-select> element has the following attributes: text:condition 19.777.4, text:database-name 19.791, text:row-number 19.859, text:table-name 19.878 and text:table-type 19.879.

The <text:database-row-select> element has the following child element: <form:connection-resource> 7.6.2.

7.6.6<text:database-row-number>

The <text:database-row-number> element displays the current row number for a given table. The element displays the row number from a database and not the row number of a current selection that is used as an attribute value in the <text:database-row-select> element.

The <text:database-row-number> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:database-row-number> element has the following attributes: style:num-format 19.500, style:num-letter-sync 19.501, text:database-name 19.791, text:table-name 19.878, text:table-type 19.879 and text:value 19.900.

The <text:database-row-number> element has the following child element: <form:connection-resource> 7.6.2.

The <text:database-row-number> element has character data content.

7.6.7<text:database-name>

The <text:database-name> element displays the database and table name of the last used table.

The <text:database-name> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:database-name> element has the following attributes: text:database-name 19.791, text:table-name 19.878 and text:table-type 19.879.

The <text:database-name> element has the following child element: <form:connection-resource> 7.6.2.

The <text:database-name> element has character data content.

7.7More Fields

7.7.1Page Variable Fields

7.7.1.1General

Page variables enable an alternative page numbering to be defined for documents. There is only one page variable, and it is set by any set page variable field in the document. The calculation of a page variable is controlled by the text:active attribute

7.7.1.2<text:page-variable-set>

The <text:page-variable-set> element is used to set a page variable.

The <text:page-variable-set> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:page-variable-set> element has the following attributes: text:active 19.750 and text:page-adjust 19.845.3.

The <text:page-variable-set> element has no child elements.

The <text:page-variable-set> element has character data content.

7.7.1.3<text:page-variable-get>

The <text:page-variable-get> element displays the value of a page variable.

If the text:active attribute 19.750, has the value of false, the <text:page-variable-get> element will have no display for that page.

The <text:page-variable-get> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:page-variable-get> element has the following attributes: style:num-format 19.500 and style:num-letter-sync 19.501.

The <text:page-variable-get> element has no child elements.

The <text:page-variable-get> element has character data content.

7.7.2<text:placeholder>

The <text:placeholder> element is a placeholder  for replacement by content of a particular type as specified in the mandatory text:placeholder-type attribute.

OpenDocument Consumers that support the <text:placeholder> element shall use the text:description attribute value in presenting the placeholder with its text content and in a manner that indicates it is for replacement by content of the specified type.

The <text:placeholder> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:placeholder> element has the following attributes: text:description 19.795 and text:placeholder-type 19.847.

The <text:placeholder> element has no child elements.

The <text:placeholder> element has character data content.

7.7.3<text:conditional-text>

The <text:conditional-text> element specifies a condition for display of one text string or another. If the condition is true, one of the text strings is displayed. If the condition is false, the other text string is displayed.

The <text:conditional-text> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:conditional-text> element has the following attributes: text:condition 19.777.2, text:current-value 19.785, text:string-value-if-false 19.872 and text:string-value-if-true 19.873.

The <text:conditional-text> element has no child elements.

The <text:conditional-text> element has character data content.

7.7.4<text:hidden-text>

The <text:hidden-text> element hides the text it contains when a specified condition is true. If its text:condition attribute is missing or evaluates to false, the text content is displayed.

The <text:hidden-text> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:hidden-text> element has the following attributes: text:condition 19.777.6, text:is-hidden 19.815 and text:string-value 19.871.3.

The <text:hidden-text> element has no child elements.

The <text:hidden-text> element has character data content.

7.7.5<text:reference-ref>

The <text:reference-ref> element represents a field that references a <text:reference-mark-start> or <text:reference-mark> element. Its text:reference-format attribute specifies what is displayed from the referenced element.

The <text:reference-ref> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:reference-ref> element has the following attributes: text:reference-format 19.854 and text:ref-name 19.853.4.

The <text:reference-ref> element has no child elements.

The <text:reference-ref> element has character data content.

7.7.6<text:bookmark-ref>

The <text:bookmark-ref> element represents a field that references a <text:bookmark-start> or <text:bookmark> element. Its text:reference-format attribute specifies what is displayed from the referenced element.

The <text:bookmark-ref> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:bookmark-ref> element has the following attributes: text:reference-format 19.854 and text:ref-name 19.853.2.

The <text:bookmark-ref> element has no child elements.

The <text:bookmark-ref> element has character data content.

7.7.7<text:note-ref>

The <text:note-ref> element represents a field that references a <text:note> element. Its text:reference-format attribute specifies what is displayed from the referenced element.

The <text:note-ref> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:note-ref> element has the following attributes: text:note-class 19.837, text:reference-format 19.854 and text:ref-name 19.853.3.

The <text:note-ref> element has no child elements.

The <text:note-ref> element has character data content.

7.7.8<text:sequence-ref>

The <text:sequence-ref> element represents a field that references a <text:sequence> element. Its text:reference-format attribute specifies what is displayed from the referenced element.

The <text:sequence-ref> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:sequence-ref> element has the following attributes: text:reference-format 19.854 and text:ref-name 19.853.6.

The <text:sequence-ref> element has no child elements.

The <text:sequence-ref> element has character data content.

7.7.9<text:script>

The <text:script> element represents a field that stores scripts or sections of scripts.

Note: The primary purpose of this field is to provide an equivalent to the <script> element in [HTML4], so that the content of a <script> element in HTML can be imported, edited, and exported using office application software.

The source code for the script can be stored in one of the following ways:

The element shall have either an xlink:href attribute or content, but not both.

The <text:script> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:script> element has the following attributes: script:language 19.430, xlink:href 19.910.36 and xlink:type 19.913.

The <text:script> element has no child elements.

The <text:script> element has character data content. Character data content is only permitted if a xlink:href attribute is not present.

7.7.10<text:execute-macro>

The <text:execute-macro> element represents a field that contains the name of a macro that is executed when the field is activated. The element may contain a text description of the macro. The name of the macro to be executed is specified by the text:name attribute.

The <text:execute-macro> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:execute-macro> element has the following attribute: text:name 19.835.7.

The <text:execute-macro> element has the following child element: <office:event-listeners> 10.3.19.

The <text:execute-macro> element has character data content.

7.7.11<text:hidden-paragraph>

The <text:hidden-paragraph> element is a field that represents a condition. If the condition evaluates to false, the paragraph where this element appears is displayed unless the paragraph is enclosed in any other hiding element. If the condition evaluates to true, the paragraph is hidden unless the paragraph contains another <text:hidden-paragraph> element whose condition evaluates to false.

The <text:hidden-paragraph> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:hidden-paragraph> element has the following attributes: text:condition 19.777.5 and text:is-hidden 19.815.

The <text:hidden-paragraph> element has no child elements.

The <text:hidden-paragraph> element has character data content.

7.7.12<text:dde-connection>

The <text:dde-connection> element represents a field that is information from a DDE connection. The content of this field is the last data that was received from a DDE connection. This is used as the content of this field if the DDE connection cannot be accessed.

See 14.6 for the use of DDE connections.

The <text:dde-connection> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:dde-connection> element has the following attribute: text:connection-name 19.778.

The <text:dde-connection> element has no child elements.

The <text:dde-connection> element has character data content.

7.7.13<text:measure>

The <text:measure> element represents a field that displays measure text. It can only be used within text that is contained in measure drawing objects.

The <text:measure> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:measure> element has the following attribute: text:kind 19.825.

The <text:measure> element has no child elements.

The <text:measure> element has character data content.

7.7.14<text:table-formula> (deprecated)

The <text:table-formula> element field is deprecated. It stores a formula to be used in tables.

The <text:table-formula> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:table-formula> element has the following attributes: style:data-style-name 19.469.15, text:display 19.796.7 and text:formula 19.805.

The <text:table-formula> element has no child elements.

The <text:table-formula> element has character data content.

8Text Indexes

8.1Index Marks

8.1.1General

OpenDocument text documents may contain automatically generated indexes. An index contains a sorted list of items of a specified type, where the sorting and the type of items are determined by the type of index.

There are three types of index marks that correspond to the three types of index that make use of index marks. The three types of index marks are:

The rules for index marks are:

8.1.2<text:toc-mark-start>

The <text:toc-mark-start> element marks the start of a table of contents index entry.

The <text:toc-mark-start> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:toc-mark-start> element has the following attributes: text:id 19.809.10 and text:outline-level 19.844.11.

The <text:toc-mark-start> element has no child elements.

8.1.3<text:toc-mark-end>

The <text:toc-mark-end> element marks the end of a table of contents index entry.

The <text:toc-mark-end> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:toc-mark-end> element has the following attribute: text:id 19.809.9.

The <text:toc-mark-end> element has no child elements.

8.1.4<text:toc-mark>

The <text:toc-mark> element represents a table of content index mark that does not enclose content.

The <text:toc-mark> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:toc-mark> element has the following attributes: text:outline-level 19.844.10 and text:string-value 19.871.5.

The <text:toc-mark> element has no child elements.

8.1.5<text:user-index-mark-start>

The <text:user-index-mark-start> element marks the start of a user-defined index entry.

The <text:user-index-mark-start> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:user-index-mark-start> element has the following attributes: text:id 19.809.12, text:index-name 19.811 and text:outline-level 19.844.13.

The <text:user-index-mark-start> element has no child elements.

8.1.6<text:user-index-mark-end>

The <text:user-index-mark-end> element marks the end of the user-defined index entry.

The <text:user-index-mark-end> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:user-index-mark-end> element has the following attribute: text:id 19.809.11.

The <text:user-index-mark-end> element has no child elements.

8.1.7<text:user-index-mark>

The <text:user-index-mark> element represents a user defined index mark that does not enclose content.

The <text:user-index-mark> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:user-index-mark> element has the following attributes: text:index-name 19.811, text:outline-level 19.844.7 and text:string-value 19.871.6.

The <text:user-index-mark> element has no child elements.

8.1.8<text:alphabetical-index-mark-start>

The <text:alphabetical-index-mark-start> element marks the start of an alphabetical index entry.

The <text:alphabetical-index-mark-start> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:alphabetical-index-mark-start> element has the following attributes: text:id 19.809.4, text:key1 19.821, text:key1-phonetic 19.823, text:key2 19.822, text:key2-phonetic 19.824, text:main-entry 19.831 and text:string-value-phonetic 19.870.

The <text:alphabetical-index-mark-start> element has no child elements.

8.1.9<text:alphabetical-index-mark-end>

The <text:alphabetical-index-mark-end> element marks the end of an alphabetical index entry.

The <text:alphabetical-index-mark-end> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:alphabetical-index-mark-end> element has the following attribute: text:id 19.809.3.

The <text:alphabetical-index-mark-end> element has no child elements.

8.1.10<text:alphabetical-index-mark>

The <text:user-index-mark> element represents a user defined index mark that does not enclose content.

The <text:alphabetical-index-mark> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:alphabetical-index-mark> element has the following attributes: text:key1 19.821, text:key1-phonetic 19.823, text:key2 19.822, text:key2-phonetic 19.824, text:main-entry 19.831, text:string-value 19.871.2 and text:string-value-phonetic 19.870.

The <text:alphabetical-index-mark> element has no child elements.

8.1.11<text:bibliography-mark>

The <text:bibliography-mark> element contains the text and information for a bibliography index entry.

The <text:bibliography-mark> element is usable within the following elements: <text:a> 6.1.8, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:meta> 6.1.9, <text:meta-field> 7.5.19, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:ruby-base> 6.4.2 and <text:span> 6.1.7.

The <text:bibliography-mark> element has the following attributes: text:address 19.751, text:annote 19.755, text:author 19.756, text:bibliography-type 19.758, text:booktitle 19.759, text:chapter 19.767, text:custom1 19.786, text:custom2 19.787, text:custom3 19.788, text:custom4 19.789, text:custom5 19.790, text:edition 19.800, text:editor 19.801, text:howpublished 19.807, text:identifier 19.810, text:institution 19.814, text:isbn 19.817, text:issn 19.818, text:journal 19.819, text:month 19.834, text:note 19.836, text:number 19.838, text:organizations 19.843, text:pages 19.846, text:publisher 19.852, text:report-type 19.856, text:school 19.860, text:series 19.862, text:title 19.882, text:url 19.884, text:volume 19.902 and text:year 19.903.

The <text:bibliography-mark> element has no child elements.

The <text:bibliography-mark> element has character data content.

8.2Index Structure

8.2.1General

An index consists of two parts: the index source, and the index body.

The index source is specific to the type of index it is being used for. It contains the information necessary to generate the index content.

8.2.2<text:index-body>

The <text:index-body> element contains an index.

The <text:index-body> element is used for all types of indexes. It contains the index content generated to form the index.

The <text:index-body> element is usable within the following elements: <text:alphabetical-index> 8.8, <text:bibliography> 8.9, <text:illustration-index> 8.4, <text:object-index> 8.6, <text:table-index> 8.5, <text:table-of-content> 8.3 and <text:user-index> 8.7.

The <text:index-body> element has no attributes.

The <text:index-body> element has the following child elements: <dr3d:scene> 10.5.2, <draw:a> 10.4.12, <draw:caption> 10.3.11, <draw:circle> 10.3.8, <draw:connector> 10.3.10, <draw:control> 10.3.13, <draw:custom-shape> 10.6.1, <draw:ellipse> 10.3.9, <draw:frame> 10.4.2, <draw:g> 10.3.15, <draw:line> 10.3.3, <draw:measure> 10.3.12, <draw:page-thumbnail> 10.3.14, <draw:path> 10.3.7, <draw:polygon> 10.3.5, <draw:polyline> 10.3.4, <draw:rect> 10.3.2, <draw:regular-polygon> 10.3.6, <table:table> 9.1.2, <text:alphabetical-index> 8.8, <text:bibliography> 8.9, <text:change> 5.5.7.4, <text:change-end> 5.5.7.3, <text:change-start> 5.5.7.2, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:illustration-index> 8.4, <text:index-title> 8.2.3, <text:list> 5.3.1, <text:numbered-paragraph> 5.3.6, <text:object-index> 8.6, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:section> 5.4, <text:soft-page-break> 5.6, <text:table-index> 8.5, <text:table-of-content> 8.3 and <text:user-index> 8.7.

8.2.3<text:index-title>

The <text:index-title> element contains the title of an index.

The <text:index-title> element is usable within the following elements: <style:footer> 16.11, <style:footer-left> 16.13, <style:header> 16.10, <style:header-left> 16.12, <text:index-body> 8.2.2 and <text:index-title> 8.2.3.

The <text:index-title> element has the following attributes: text:name 19.835.9, text:protected 19.849, text:protection-key 19.850, text:protection-key-digest-algorithm 19.851, text:style-name 19.874.19 and xml:id 19.914.

The <text:index-title> element has the following child elements: <dr3d:scene> 10.5.2, <draw:a> 10.4.12, <draw:caption> 10.3.11, <draw:circle> 10.3.8, <draw:connector> 10.3.10, <draw:control> 10.3.13, <draw:custom-shape> 10.6.1, <draw:ellipse> 10.3.9, <draw:frame> 10.4.2, <draw:g> 10.3.15, <draw:line> 10.3.3, <draw:measure> 10.3.12, <draw:page-thumbnail> 10.3.14, <draw:path> 10.3.7, <draw:polygon> 10.3.5, <draw:polyline> 10.3.4, <draw:rect> 10.3.2, <draw:regular-polygon> 10.3.6, <table:table> 9.1.2, <text:alphabetical-index> 8.8, <text:bibliography> 8.9, <text:change> 5.5.7.4, <text:change-end> 5.5.7.3, <text:change-start> 5.5.7.2, <text:h> 5.1.2, <text:illustration-index> 8.4, <text:index-title> 8.2.3, <text:list> 5.3.1, <text:numbered-paragraph> 5.3.6, <text:object-index> 8.6, <text:p> 5.1.3, <text:section> 5.4, <text:soft-page-break> 5.6, <text:table-index> 8.5, <text:table-of-content> 8.3 and <text:user-index> 8.7.

8.3<text:table-of-content>

8.3.1General

The <text:table-of-content> element represents a table of contents for a document.

The items that can be listed in a table of contents are:

Note: Paragraphs may be selected for inclusion in a table of contents based on their styles. Selection is based on a paragraph's style matching a style specified by the <text:index-source-styles> child element of a <text:table-of-content-source> child element of a <text:table-of-content> element, when the text:use-index-source-styles attribute of the child <text:index-source-styles> element has the value true.

The <text:table-of-content> element is usable within the following elements: <draw:text-box> 10.4.3, <office:text> 3.4, <style:footer> 16.11, <style:footer-left> 16.13, <style:header> 16.10, <style:header-left> 16.12, <table:covered-table-cell> 9.1.5, <table:table-cell> 9.1.4, <text:deletion> 5.5.4, <text:index-body> 8.2.2, <text:index-title> 8.2.3, <text:note-body> 6.3.4 and <text:section> 5.4.

The <text:table-of-content> element has the following attributes: text:name 19.835.17, text:protected 19.849, text:protection-key 19.850, text:protection-key-digest-algorithm 19.851, text:style-name 19.874.35 and xml:id 19.914.

The <text:table-of-content> element has the following child elements: <text:index-body> 8.2.2 and <text:table-of-content-source> 8.3.2.

8.3.2<text:table-of-content-source>

The <text:table-of-content-source> element specifies how a table of contents is generated. It also specifies the styles to be applied to index entries.

The <text:table-of-content-source> element is usable within the following element: <text:table-of-content> 8.3.

The <text:table-of-content-source> element has the following attributes: text:index-scope 19.812, text:outline-level 19.844.9, text:relative-tab-stop-position 19.855, text:use-index-marks 19.890, text:use-index-source-styles 19.891 and text:use-outline-level 19.896.

The <text:table-of-content-source> element has the following child elements: <text:index-source-styles> 8.10, <text:index-title-template> 8.12 and <text:table-of-content-entry-template> 8.3.3.

8.3.3<text:table-of-content-entry-template>

The <text:table-of-content-entry-template> element specifies the format of an index entry for a specified outline level.

For each <text:table-of-content-source> element, there shall not be more than one <text:table-of-content-entry-template> for a specified outline level.

The <text:table-of-content-entry-template> element is usable within the following element: <text:table-of-content-source> 8.3.2.

The <text:table-of-content-entry-template> element has the following attributes: text:outline-level 19.844.8 and text:style-name 19.874.36.

The <text:table-of-content-entry-template> element has the following child elements: <text:index-entry-chapter> 8.13.1, <text:index-entry-link-end> 8.13.8, <text:index-entry-link-start> 8.13.7, <text:index-entry-page-number> 8.13.3, <text:index-entry-span> 8.13.4, <text:index-entry-tab-stop> 8.13.6 and <text:index-entry-text> 8.13.2.

8.4<text:illustration-index>

8.4.1General

The <text:illustration-index> element represents an index of the images and graphics in a current document or chapter.

The <text:illustration-index> element is usable within the following elements: <draw:text-box> 10.4.3, <office:text> 3.4, <style:footer> 16.11, <style:footer-left> 16.13, <style:header> 16.10, <style:header-left> 16.12, <table:covered-table-cell> 9.1.5, <table:table-cell> 9.1.4, <text:deletion> 5.5.4, <text:index-body> 8.2.2, <text:index-title> 8.2.3, <text:note-body> 6.3.4 and <text:section> 5.4.

The <text:illustration-index> element has the following attributes: text:name 19.835.8, text:protected 19.849, text:protection-key 19.850, text:protection-key-digest-algorithm 19.851, text:style-name 19.874.8 and xml:id 19.914.

The <text:illustration-index> element has the following child elements: <text:illustration-index-source> 8.4.2 and <text:index-body> 8.2.2.

8.4.2<text:illustration-index-source>

The <text:illustration-index-source> element specifies how an index of illustrations is generated.

The <text:illustration-index-source> element is usable within the following element: <text:illustration-index> 8.4.

The <text:illustration-index-source> element has the following attributes: text:caption-sequence-format 19.764, text:caption-sequence-name 19.765, text:index-scope 19.812, text:relative-tab-stop-position 19.855 and text:use-caption 19.885.

The <text:illustration-index-source> element has the following child elements: <text:illustration-index-entry-template> 8.4.3 and <text:index-title-template> 8.12.

8.4.3<text:illustration-index-entry-template>

The <text:illustration-index-entry-template> element specifies the format of an index entry.

The <text:illustration-index-entry-template> element is usable within the following element: <text:illustration-index-source> 8.4.2.

The <text:illustration-index-entry-template> element has the following attribute: text:style-name 19.874.9.

The <text:illustration-index-entry-template> element has the following child elements: <text:index-entry-chapter> 8.13.1, <text:index-entry-page-number> 8.13.3, <text:index-entry-span> 8.13.4, <text:index-entry-tab-stop> 8.13.6 and <text:index-entry-text> 8.13.2.

8.5<text:table-index>

8.5.1General

The <text:table-index> element represents an index of the tables in a document or chapter.

The <text:table-index> element is usable within the following elements: <draw:text-box> 10.4.3, <office:text> 3.4, <style:footer> 16.11, <style:footer-left> 16.13, <style:header> 16.10, <style:header-left> 16.12, <table:covered-table-cell> 9.1.5, <table:table-cell> 9.1.4, <text:deletion> 5.5.4, <text:index-body> 8.2.2, <text:index-title> 8.2.3, <text:note-body> 6.3.4 and <text:section> 5.4.

The <text:table-index> element has the following attributes: text:name 19.835.18, text:protected 19.849, text:protection-key 19.850, text:protection-key-digest-algorithm 19.851, text:style-name 19.874.37 and xml:id 19.914.

The <text:table-index> element has the following child elements: <text:index-body> 8.2.2 and <text:table-index-source> 8.5.2.

8.5.2<text:table-index-source>

The <text:table-index-source> element specifies how an index of tables is generated.

The <text:table-index-source> element is usable within the following element: <text:table-index> 8.5.

The <text:table-index-source> element has the following attributes: text:caption-sequence-format 19.764, text:caption-sequence-name 19.765, text:index-scope 19.812, text:relative-tab-stop-position 19.855 and text:use-caption 19.885.

The <text:table-index-source> element has the following child elements: <text:index-title-template> 8.12 and <text:table-index-entry-template> 8.5.3.

8.5.3<text:table-index-entry-template>

The <text:table-index-entry-template> element specifies the format of an index entry.

The <text:table-index-entry-template> element is usable within the following element: <text:table-index-source> 8.5.2.

The <text:table-index-entry-template> element has the following attribute: text:style-name 19.874.34.

The <text:table-index-entry-template> element has the following child elements: <text:index-entry-chapter> 8.13.1, <text:index-entry-page-number> 8.13.3, <text:index-entry-span> 8.13.4, <text:index-entry-tab-stop> 8.13.6 and <text:index-entry-text> 8.13.2.

8.6<text:object-index>

8.6.1General

The <text:object-index> element represents an index of the objects in a document or chapter. The types of objects that should be included in the index are defined by the <text:object-index-source> element. 8.6.2

The <text:object-index> element is usable within the following elements: <draw:text-box> 10.4.3, <office:text> 3.4, <style:footer> 16.11, <style:footer-left> 16.13, <style:header> 16.10, <style:header-left> 16.12, <table:covered-table-cell> 9.1.5, <table:table-cell> 9.1.4, <text:deletion> 5.5.4, <text:index-body> 8.2.2, <text:index-title> 8.2.3, <text:note-body> 6.3.4 and <text:section> 5.4.

The <text:object-index> element has the following attributes: text:name 19.835.10, text:protected 19.849, text:protection-key 19.850, text:protection-key-digest-algorithm 19.851, text:style-name 19.874.26 and xml:id 19.914.

The <text:object-index> element has the following child elements: <text:index-body> 8.2.2 and <text:object-index-source> 8.6.2.

8.6.2<text:object-index-source>

The <text:object-index-source> element specifies which object types to include in the index of objects.

The <text:object-index-source> element is usable within the following element: <text:object-index> 8.6.

The <text:object-index-source> element has the following attributes: text:index-scope 19.812, text:relative-tab-stop-position 19.855, text:use-chart-objects 19.886, text:use-draw-objects 19.887, text:use-math-objects 19.893, text:use-other-objects 19.895 and text:use-spreadsheet-objects 19.898.

The <text:object-index-source> element has the following child elements: <text:index-title-template> 8.12 and <text:object-index-entry-template> 8.6.3.

8.6.3<text:object-index-entry-template>

The <text:object-index-entry-template> element specifies the format of an index entry.

The <text:object-index-entry-template> element is usable within the following element: <text:object-index-source> 8.6.2.

The <text:object-index-entry-template> element has the following attribute: text:style-name 19.874.27.

The <text:object-index-entry-template> element has the following child elements: <text:index-entry-chapter> 8.13.1, <text:index-entry-page-number> 8.13.3, <text:index-entry-span> 8.13.4, <text:index-entry-tab-stop> 8.13.6 and <text:index-entry-text> 8.13.2.

8.7<text:user-index>

8.7.1General

The <text:user-index> element represents a user-defined index. A user-defined index may include entries from the following sources:

The <text:user-index> element is usable within the following elements: <draw:text-box> 10.4.3, <office:text> 3.4, <style:footer> 16.11, <style:footer-left> 16.13, <style:header> 16.10, <style:header-left> 16.12, <table:covered-table-cell> 9.1.5, <table:table-cell> 9.1.4, <text:deletion> 5.5.4, <text:index-body> 8.2.2, <text:index-title> 8.2.3, <text:note-body> 6.3.4 and <text:section> 5.4.

The <text:user-index> element has the following attributes: text:name 19.835.23, text:protected 19.849, text:protection-key 19.850, text:protection-key-digest-algorithm 19.851, text:style-name 19.874.38 and xml:id 19.914.

The <text:user-index> element has the following child elements: <text:index-body> 8.2.2 and <text:user-index-source> 8.7.2.

8.7.2<text:user-index-source>

The <text:user-index-source> element defines the generation of user defined indexes.

The <text:user-index-source> element is usable within the following element: <text:user-index> 8.7.

The <text:user-index-source> element has the following attributes: text:copy-outline-levels 19.782, text:index-name 19.811, text:index-scope 19.812, text:relative-tab-stop-position 19.855, text:use-floating-frames 19.888, text:use-graphics 19.889, text:use-index-marks 19.890, text:use-index-source-styles 19.891, text:use-objects 19.894 and text:use-tables 19.899.

The <text:user-index-source> element has the following child elements: <text:index-source-styles> 8.10, <text:index-title-template> 8.12 and <text:user-index-entry-template> 8.7.3.

8.7.3<text:user-index-entry-template>

The <text:user-index-entry-template> element contains entry elements for chapter number, page number, entry text, text spans, and tab stops.

The <text:user-index-entry-template> element is usable within the following element: <text:user-index-source> 8.7.2.

The <text:user-index-entry-template> element has the following attributes: text:outline-level 19.844.12 and text:style-name 19.874.39.

The <text:user-index-entry-template> element has the following child elements: <text:index-entry-chapter> 8.13.1, <text:index-entry-page-number> 8.13.3, <text:index-entry-span> 8.13.4, <text:index-entry-tab-stop> 8.13.6 and <text:index-entry-text> 8.13.2.

8.8<text:alphabetical-index>

8.8.1General

The <text:alphabetical-index> element represents an index which is based on alphabetical index marks. The entries in an alphabetical index are sorted.

Note: Sort orders are locale specific.

The <text:alphabetical-index> element is usable within the following elements: <draw:text-box> 10.4.3, <office:text> 3.4, <style:footer> 16.11, <style:footer-left> 16.13, <style:header> 16.10, <style:header-left> 16.12, <table:covered-table-cell> 9.1.5, <table:table-cell> 9.1.4, <text:deletion> 5.5.4, <text:index-body> 8.2.2, <text:index-title> 8.2.3, <text:note-body> 6.3.4 and <text:section> 5.4.

The <text:alphabetical-index> element has the following attributes: text:name 19.835.2, text:protected 19.849, text:protection-key 19.850, text:protection-key-digest-algorithm 19.851, text:style-name 19.874.3 and xml:id 19.914.

The <text:alphabetical-index> element has the following child elements: <text:alphabetical-index-source> 8.8.2 and <text:index-body> 8.2.2.

8.8.2<text:alphabetical-index-source>

The <text:alphabetical-index-source> element specifies how an alphabetical index is generated.

The <text:alphabetical-index-source> element is usable within the following element: <text:alphabetical-index> 8.8.

The <text:alphabetical-index-source> element has the following attributes: fo:country 19.234.1, fo:language 19.236.2, fo:script 19.242.2, style:rfc-language-tag 19.512, text:alphabetical-separators 19.752, text:capitalize-entries 19.762, text:combine-entries 19.772, text:combine-entries-with-dash 19.773, text:combine-entries-with-pp 19.774, text:comma-separated 19.775, text:ignore-case 19.813, text:index-scope 19.812, text:main-entry-style-name 19.832, text:relative-tab-stop-position 19.855, text:sort-algorithm 19.865 and text:use-keys-as-entries 19.892.

The <text:alphabetical-index-source> element has the following child elements: <text:alphabetical-index-entry-template> 8.8.4 and <text:index-title-template> 8.12.

8.8.3<text:alphabetical-index-auto-mark-file>

The <text:alphabetical-index-auto-mark-file> element specifies an auto mark file. An auto mark file is a file that defines a list of terms that may be used by consumers to automatically insert alphabetical index marks (see 8.1.8, 8.1.10).

The format of an index mark file is implementation-defined.

The <text:alphabetical-index-auto-mark-file> element is usable within the following elements: <office:chart> 3.8, <office:drawing> 3.5, <office:presentation> 3.6, <office:spreadsheet> 3.7, <office:text> 3.4, <style:footer> 16.11, <style:footer-left> 16.13, <style:header> 16.10 and <style:header-left> 16.12.

The <text:alphabetical-index-auto-mark-file> element has the following attributes: xlink:href 19.910.34 and xlink:type 19.913.

The <text:alphabetical-index-auto-mark-file> element has no child elements.

8.8.4<text:alphabetical-index-entry-template>

The <text:alphabetical-index-entry-template> element specifies the format of an alphabetical index entry.

The <text:alphabetical-index-entry-template> element is usable within the following element: <text:alphabetical-index-source> 8.8.2.

The <text:alphabetical-index-entry-template> element has the following attributes: text:outline-level 19.844.2 and text:style-name 19.874.4.

The <text:alphabetical-index-entry-template> element has the following child elements: <text:index-entry-chapter> 8.13.1, <text:index-entry-page-number> 8.13.3, <text:index-entry-span> 8.13.4, <text:index-entry-tab-stop> 8.13.6 and <text:index-entry-text> 8.13.2.

8.9<text:bibliography>

8.9.1General

The <text:bibliography> element represents a bibliography constructed from bibliography index marks.

The <text:bibliography> element is usable within the following elements: <draw:text-box> 10.4.3, <office:text> 3.4, <style:footer> 16.11, <style:footer-left> 16.13, <style:header> 16.10, <style:header-left> 16.12, <table:covered-table-cell> 9.1.5, <table:table-cell> 9.1.4, <text:deletion> 5.5.4, <text:index-body> 8.2.2, <text:index-title> 8.2.3, <text:note-body> 6.3.4 and <text:section> 5.4.

The <text:bibliography> element has the following attributes: text:name 19.835.3, text:protected 19.849, text:protection-key 19.850, text:protection-key-digest-algorithm 19.851, text:style-name 19.874.5 and xml:id 19.914.

The <text:bibliography> element has the following child elements: <text:bibliography-source> 8.9.2 and <text:index-body> 8.2.2.

8.9.2<text:bibliography-source>

The <text:bibliography-source> element specifies how a bibliography is generated.

The <text:bibliography-source> element is usable within the following element: <text:bibliography> 8.9.

The <text:bibliography-source> element has no attributes.

The <text:bibliography-source> element has the following child elements: <text:bibliography-entry-template> 8.9.3 and <text:index-title-template> 8.12.

8.9.3<text:bibliography-entry-template>

The <text:bibliography-entry-template> element specifies the formatting for a bibliographic entry.

There shall be no more than one <text:bibliography-entry-template> element for each type of entry within any <text:bibliography-source> element. 8.9.2

The <text:bibliography-entry-template> element is usable within the following element: <text:bibliography-source> 8.9.2.

The <text:bibliography-entry-template> element has the following attributes: text:bibliography-type 19.758 and text:style-name 19.874.6.

The <text:bibliography-entry-template> element has the following child elements: <text:index-entry-bibliography> 8.13.5, <text:index-entry-span> 8.13.4 and <text:index-entry-tab-stop> 8.13.6.

8.10<text:index-source-styles>

The <text:index-source-styles> element contains all of the <text:index-source-style> elements for a specified outline level. There can only be one <text:index-source-styles> element for each outline level.

The <text:index-source-styles> element is usable within the following elements: <text:table-of-content-source> 8.3.2 and <text:user-index-source> 8.7.2.

The <text:index-source-styles> element has the following attribute: text:outline-level 19.844.6.

The <text:index-source-styles> element has the following child element: <text:index-source-style> 8.11.

8.11<text:index-source-style>

The <text:index-source-style> element specifies the name of a style or a class. Paragraphs formatted using that style or class are included in the index.

The <text:index-source-style> element is usable within the following element: <text:index-source-styles> 8.10.

The <text:index-source-style> element has the following attribute: text:style-name 19.874.18.

The <text:index-source-style> element has no child elements.

8.12<text:index-title-template>

The <text:index-title-template> element specifies the style and content of the index title. There can only be one <text:index-title-template> element contained in a <text:table-of-content-source> element.

The <text:index-title-template> element is usable within the following elements: <text:alphabetical-index-source> 8.8.2, <text:bibliography-source> 8.9.2, <text:illustration-index-source> 8.4.2, <text:object-index-source> 8.6.2, <text:table-index-source> 8.5.2, <text:table-of-content-source> 8.3.2 and <text:user-index-source> 8.7.2.

The <text:index-title-template> element has the following attribute: text:style-name 19.874.20.

The <text:index-title-template> element has no child elements.

The <text:index-title-template> element has character data content.

8.13Index Template Entries

8.13.1<text:index-entry-chapter>

The <text:index-entry-chapter> element represents the chapter number where an index entry is located.

The <text:index-entry-chapter> element is usable within the following elements: <text:alphabetical-index-entry-template> 8.8.4, <text:illustration-index-entry-template> 8.4.3, <text:object-index-entry-template> 8.6.3, <text:table-index-entry-template> 8.5.3, <text:table-of-content-entry-template> 8.3.3 and <text:user-index-entry-template> 8.7.3.

The <text:index-entry-chapter> element has the following attributes: text:display 19.796.5, text:outline-level 19.844.5 and text:style-name 19.874.11.

The <text:index-entry-chapter> element has no child elements.

8.13.2<text:index-entry-text>

The <text:index-entry-text> element contains the text of an index entry.

The <text:index-entry-text> element is usable within the following elements: <text:alphabetical-index-entry-template> 8.8.4, <text:illustration-index-entry-template> 8.4.3, <text:object-index-entry-template> 8.6.3, <text:table-index-entry-template> 8.5.3, <text:table-of-content-entry-template> 8.3.3 and <text:user-index-entry-template> 8.7.3.

The <text:index-entry-text> element has the following attribute: text:style-name 19.874.17.

The <text:index-entry-text> element has no child elements.

8.13.3<text:index-entry-page-number>

The <text:index-entry-page-number> element represents the number of the chapter where an index entry is located.

The <text:index-entry-page-number> element is usable within the following elements: <text:alphabetical-index-entry-template> 8.8.4, <text:illustration-index-entry-template> 8.4.3, <text:object-index-entry-template> 8.6.3, <text:table-index-entry-template>