The text of the file starts at fib.fcMin. fib.fcMin is usually set to the next 128 byte boundary after the end of the FIB. The text in a Word document is ASCII text with the following restrictions (ASCII codes given in decimal):\
Paragraph ends are stored as a single Carriage Return character (ASCII 13). No other occurrences of this character sequence are allowed.
Hard line breaks which are not paragraph ends are stored as ASCII 11. Other line break or word wrap information is not stored.
Breaking hyphens are stored as ASCII 45 (normal hyphen code); Non-required hyphens are ASCII 31. Non-breaking hyphens are stored as ASCII 30.
Non-breaking spaces are stored as 160. Normal spaces are ASCII 32.
Page breaks and Section marks are ASCII 12 (normal form feed); if there's an entry in the section table, it's a section mark, otherwise it's a page break.
Column breaks are stored as ASCII 14.
Tab characters are ASCII 9 (normal).
The field begin mark which delimits the beginning of a field is ASCII 19. The field end mark which delimits the end of a field is ASCII 21. The field separator ,which marks the boundary between the preceding field code text and following field expansion text within a field, is ASCII 20. The field escape character is the '\' character which also serves as the formula mark.
The cell mark which delimits the end of a cell in a table row is stored as ASCII 7 and has the fInTable paragraph property set to fTrue (pap.fInTable == 1).
The row mark which delimits the end of a table row is stored as ASCII 7 and has the fInTable paragraph property and fTtp paragraph property set to fTrue (pap.fInTable == 1 && pap.fTtp == 1).
The following ASCII codes are treated as "special" characters when they have the character property special on (chp.fSpec == 1):