2.1.29 Section 4.4.1, Section Attributes

The standard defines the attribute text:condition within the element <text:section>: This attribute is not supported in WordPad.

The standard defines the attribute text:display within the element <text:section>: WordPad supports the text:display attribute on Read as follows:

  • The contents of hidden sections are discarded. A hidden section is one in which the value of text:display is "none".

  • Conditional sections are treated as if the sections were not hidden; that is, the condition specified by the text:condition attribute is ignored.

  • The value "true" is supported per standard.

  • When the document is saved, WordPad does not write out the <text:section> element, so this attribute MUST NOT be written out.

The standard defines the attribute text:name within the element <text:section>: This attribute is not supported in WordPad.

The standard defines the attribute text:protected within the element <text:section>: This attribute is not supported in WordPad. This attribute is ignored when a document is read, and it is not written out when the document is saved.

The standard defines the attribute text:protection-key within the element <text:section>: This attribute is not supported in WordPad. This attribute is ignored when a document is read, and it is not written out when the document is saved.

The standard defines the attribute text:style-name within the element <text:section>: WordPad supports the text:style-name attribute on Read. Because WordPad does not write out the <text:section> element when saving a document, this attribute is also not written out.